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Gender in Management
The article aims to update the evidence and to diversify the research agenda on leadership roles of women senior-managers. This research work draws attention to the essential gap in the research of women as senior-managers and organizational leaders. In the first place, it notices that while the conceptualization of leadership has expanded to define leadership from interpersonal to organizational influence, the research on women leadership has not updated accordingly. The article claims thatdoi:10.1108/gm-02-2016-0025 fatcat:4xckl5mu7bhqdjofijorpyh24m