Creating Gender-Inclusive Organizations: Lessons from Research and Practice

Creating Gender-Inclusive Organizations: Lessons from Research and Practice

  • business-investing-finance
  • diversity

With the goal of bridging the gap between research and practice, this book provides intriguing and innovative thoughts on leadership and gender in organizations from renowned scholars as well as high-level corporate thought leaders in the area of diversity and inclusion. This book examines key themes relevant to advancing women in organizations and the need for individual and organizational mechanisms to foster career agility, with a constant focus on how to bridge research to practice.

Providing insights on gender inclusion, mentoring, team diversity, and female leadership, Creating Gender-Inclusive Organizations provides actual hands-on advice from experts on how to leverage human resource and organizational strategies to advance women and close the gender gap. It is a must-read for management leaders, HR professionals, and gender and diversity organizational scholars of all levels.


Kyung-Hee Lee, editor

Kyung-Hee Lee is a research associate and project manager at the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadersehip Excellence at Purdue University.

Ellen Ernst Kossek, editor

Ellen Ernst Kossek is the Basil S. Turner Professor at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management and Research Director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence.

Rights Holder

Rights Holder: University of Toronto Press



rights available: world

Additional Information

age range: General

number of pages: 224

publication date: 04/15/2020

Original language of pub: english

Materials Available: complete manuscript