Breaking the Organizational Barriers for Female Leaders
In the third part of her “breaking boundaries” series, Dr. Dana Goldblatt, discusses boundaries created by organizations through company culture, policies and practices. Goldblatt uses her research on issues in the workplace such as masculine/patriarchal corporate culture and communication and leadership styles. She offers solutions and innovations for the modern workplaces, advocating the implementation of zero-tolerance policies for sexual harassment and gender-based talent and management programs designed for recruitment. Dr. Goldblatt will be speaking at the Annual Conference of the Society of Women Engineers, October 18-20, 2018 in Minneapolis, MN.
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