'The Tipping Point for Women Leaders,' by Susan DeGenring of Interaction Associates, Inc., Published in Fall 2006 Issue of Woman MBA Magazine

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Susan DeGenring, senior consultant for global performance improvement firm Interaction Associates, Inc., has published an important article for women leaders in the Fall issue of Woman MBA.

The Tipping Point for Women Leaders

Woman MBA Magazine, the official publication of National Association of Woman MBAs, has published a cutting-edge article on woman leaders in its Fall 2006 issue. "The Tipping Point for Women Leaders," by Susan DeGenring of Interaction Associates, Inc., is a practical, research-based view of the current opportunities women leaders enjoy.

DeGenring addresses the questions, "Do women have a unique leadership style?" and, "If so, how does it impact their credibility in the workplace?" The article takes an in-depth look at a growing body of research that suggests that women, in general, have more direct access to qualities of emergent leadership characterized by qualities such as inclusion and collaboration. DeGenring calls this the "post-heroic" leadership style. In addition, the article provides several practical insights to help women move forward valuing their unique leadership qualities in the new global workplace.

Susan DeGenring has 20 years of experience in leadership development, specializing in coaching women leaders through mid-career or midlife transitions, and is a senior consultant for the global performance improvement firm Interaction Associates. She is a certified Professional Coach and a Certified Shadow Work® Coach.

Interaction Associates, Inc. is a 36-year-old leader in learning and performance improvement. It provides its global clients with a range of customized solutions with collaboration at the core. Interaction Associates helps clients develop strong leaders, grow collaborative work

environments, and work more effectively for extraordinary success.


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