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Susan R. Madsen, Ed.D., is associate professor of management at Utah Valley University. For more than sixteen years, she has been an independent management consultant in a variety of settings including higher education, government, nonprofit, community, and corporate. Dr. Madsen's true passion revolves around her work as a leadership and change researcher, scholar, educator, and practitioner. Her work is widely published in academic journals, and she presents workshops, seminars, and lectures in a variety of national and international
Part I: Youth.
2. Family Background and Childhood.
4. College Years.
Part II: Adulthood.
5. Career Paths and Barriers.
6. Influential Individuals.
7. Developmental Activities.
8. Other Life Roles.
Part III: Leadership.
9. Leadership Motivation, Styles, and Philosophies.
10. Presidential Advice and Perspectives.
Appendix A: Research Methods.
Appendix B: Interview Categories.
Appendix C: Previous Positions Held by the Ten Women Presidents.