Effects Of Gender Presence In Senior Leadership Positions Upon Perspectives For Enhancing Workforce Diversity

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James L. Morrison
G. Titi Oladunjoye
Dale Rose


workforce diversity, gender, senior management


The evidence gathered through this research supports the conclusion that the perceptions of leaders regarding who is more effective in addressing workforce diversity issues are more likely to be significantly different depending on the degree of presence of females leaders in senior management. In this regard, the presence of females leaders in senior management appears to be a significant factor in how males and females are perceived as to whom best allocates current operational resources when addressing workforce diversity issues


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