What are the political or other strategies and tactics that a feminist leader can use to analyze the presence of ‘deep structures’ of power within organizations?
What can a feminist leader practically do to change these power structures?
And in what scenarios does Feminist Leadership shine in particular ways?
I discussed these topics during an interview with Aruna Rao, Co-founder and chair of the board at Gender at Work
“Organizations are broken because people are broken”
“ Organizations tend to default to patriarchal and hierarchical forms unless that is interrupted through intentional leadership practices"
“What does care mean in an organizational context?"
Aruna has co-authored a book named 'Gender at Work: Theory and Practice for 21st Century Organizations' which is available at several online booksellers, including this one.
Aruna’s LinkedIn profile
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