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A case study of women managers leadership advancement
April 16 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm UTC+0Free
This week Dr Will Etti will give a presentation “A case study of women managers leadership advancement in general schedule 13 to 15 pay scale within the federal government civil services” followed by a discussion.
Intersectionality of social capital, human capital, leader-member exchange theory in women leadership advancement in U.S. federal government.
Dr Will Etti have over 20-years of teaching and professional experience in Acquisition and Supply Chain Management manager in the U.S. federal government, and expertise in both organizational leadership theories, with practical application, quantitative and qualitative research experience. Dr. Etti has mentored and advise doctoral students in the dissertation phase, taught topics including dissertation research design, qualitative case study research methodology, business critical thinking and problem-solving methodologies, acquisitions and supply chain management, interpersonal communications, pricing and negotiations, organizational leadership, business communication, business management, organizational behavior, organizational change management, business administration risk management, communication in organizations, federal grants and cooperative agreements, management and supervision.
This event is part of our regular presentation and discussion session for researchers including PhD/master students.
These sessions are a supportive way to connect with people. You can ask questions, get advice, discuss ideas or issues, get suggestions for literature to read, or you can just listen.
Do you want to present your research? Giving a short presentation to the group can be great practice for confirmation, thesis defense, or rehearsal for conference presentations. It can really help to formulate your ideas, get feedback on your research, and discuss your project.
Presentations can be helpful at various stages of your research program. In the early stages it can be helpful to get feedback from the group to help formulate your research, and later in your research to make sense of the data and practice presenting your final results.
Would you like to make a presentation to the group? Click here for more information and to submit a proposal.
Generally, presentations can be 10 to 30 mins. The content of your presentation will depend on your research stage.