Lucienne Tessens and Claire Webb
For twenty years, the University of Western Australia has offered a significant program for its women staff—both academic and professional—in leadership skills. The program has been replicated in other Australian universities.
In this celebratory volume, a number of the women graduates of the Leadership Development for Women (LDW) program tell their personal stories of the encounter with the concepts presented and methodology used, and what has happened for them since enrolling in the course. The personal stories are matched with chapters of background and history, impact, the gender equity landscape over the long view, and looking to the future.
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