Dr. Ellen Ernst Kossek is the inaugural research director of the Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership Excellence, a center that focused on advancing study and leadership development for women leaders to foster gender inclusive cultures. She is the recipient of the Academy of Management's Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division's Sage scholarly achievement award. This award recognizes research that significantly advances knowledge and understanding of gender and organizations. In 2016, she organized the Butler Center in Krannert School of Management's first Leadership Excellence and Gender Symposium on bridging research to practice at Purdue University. Below you can learn more about the symposium and access publications related to gender leadership.
2016 Leadership excellence and Gender Symposium: https://storify.com/purduekrannert/leadership-excellence-and-gender-symposium
Kossek, E., E, Su, Rong, Wu, L. "Opting-Out" or "Pushed-Out"? Integrating Perspectives on Women's Career Equality for Gender Inclusion and Interventions. Journal of Management
Klein, E., Astrachan, J., Kossek, E. E.. (1996). Leadership education: The impact of managerial level and gender on learning. Journal of Managerial Psychology, vol. 11 31-40.
Klein, E., Astrachan, J., Kossek, E. E.. (1992). Affective reactions of managers to leadership education: An exploration of the same gender effect. Journal of Applied Behavorial Science, vol 28 102-117
Kossek, E. (2015). Forward. Gender and the Work Family Experience, | Download |