Malaysian and Australian Male and Female Middle Managers: A Cross-cultural Comparison of Workplace Attitudes, Aspirations for Promotion, and Self-rated Leadership Styles
This cross-cultural study will focus on a comparison of attitudes to women in management in Malaysia and Australia, specifically focusing on leadership styles.
||Women in Management, Attitudes to Women in Management, Leadership Styles, Cross-cultural Analysis, Career Advancement
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp.109-120.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.922MB).
My research interests are in women in management, particularly from a cross cultural perspective. My recent work has involved a follow-up study of male and female middle managers to ascertain what proportion were successful in obtaining a senior management promotion. In addition, reasons for advancement were recorded, along with perceptions of factors that had hindered their progress.
My background is Business studies majoring in marketing.
My personal interest is engaging in research related to attitudes toward women in management specifically focusing on evaluations of women leadership styles cross-culturally.
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