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This study looks at eight female student leaders enrolled at a large, coeducational, public research institution in the Midwest, who are also executive board members in on-campus organizations. The authors utilized interviews and self-assessments to identify perceived leadership competencies in these female positional leaders, who serve in single- and mixed-gender campus organizations, and further correlate the results with the Social Change Model of Leadership. The authors identified similarities and differences in competency, including stronger internal motivation among mixed-gender organization women and more efforts towards collaboration among women in single-gender organizations.
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Adjorlolo, F., Fisher, K., Habbel, F., King, K., Liota, J., & Looney, M. (2013). Women’s Leadership Competencies in Mixed Gender and Single-Gender Environments. Journal of the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University, 75-94. Retrieved from //scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/jiuspa/article/view/3675