May 11, 2021
DescriptionWomen’s Leadership as Inclusive Leadership
Presented by Amy Ilhan, Associate Professor, MAOL
Do women lead differently? Are women leaders uniquely positioned for inclusive, ethical and effective leadership across differences? This presentation will explore interconnections between women’s leadership and inclusive leadership. Investigating barriers to women’s leadership and attention to women’s experiences as leaders can provide insight into inequities and challenges facing all who are underrepresented in traditional leadership positions. We will also consider ways that women leaders can be inclusive leaders: by bringing diverse voices and perspectives to decision-making; creating greater understanding and respect for differences; highlighting the need for systemic structural change to promote equity, inclusion, and social justice; and empowering action to achieve these goals.
Amy Ihlan is an Associate Professor in the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) Program. She holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Minnesota. Her teaching and research interests include ethics and leadership, theories of leadership, and women’s leadership (in theory and practice).
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