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Gender and Higher Education Leadership: Researching the careers of TMP alumni

This research was conducted with women and men who occupy some of the most senior roles in British higher education. It gives us hard evidence to support the contention that it is more difficult for women to be appointed as the chief executive in our universities and colleges. Whilst it is true that some of the participants – both men and women – are clear that they do not wish to be considered for the ‘top job’, of those who do, women are less likely to fulfil their ambitions and indeed, their potential.

Gender and Higher Education Leadership: Researching the careers of  TMP alumni
01/05/2014
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