Week 5 Discussion 2 Glass Ceiling

   Define and recount the glass ceiling. Summarize the reports/research results of the glass ceiling’s application on women. Possess you faced barriers congruous to those recountd or observed others’ experiences after a while any of these barriers? Give an specimen to paint. Week Five Lecture This week our nucleus is on two chapters; Psychodynamic Bearing and Women in Leadership.  Chapter 13 Let’s set-on-foot out by defining what the psychodynamic bearing is. According to McLeod (2007), psychodynamic bearing includes “all the theories in psychology that see cosmical functioning naturalized upon the interaction of impels and forces after a whilein the special, especially uninformed, and among the unanalogous structures of the specialality” (para. 1). Another restriction would be that “it nucleuses on the specialality of the head and of followers, the psychodynamic bearing besides is a way to behinder at the correlativeness among a head and followers” (Northouse, 2013, p. 320-321). There is a manifest concatenation among headship and psychology. In psychology there are divers theories, honest as we possess in headship. How could we bearing the subject-matter of psychodynamic bearing after a whileout moving on some of the theories Freud believed in? According to our passagebook there are three types of specialality as outlined by Freud; erotic, obsessive, and marketing. Which do you lapse into? Carl Jung believed that “tribe possess preferences for how they opine and reach and these preferences befit the plea for how tribe toil, narrate and play” (Northouse, 2013, p. 330).  Below is an animated conformance of psychodynamic bearing assumptions that you may perceive animated according to McLeod (2007, Para7). Our proceeding and reachings are potently affected by uninformed motives. Our proceeding and reachings as adults (including subjective problems) are domiciled in our childhood experiences. All proceeding has a motive (usually uninformed), correspondent slips of the dialect. Therefore all proceeding is stable. Personality is made up of three tonnage (i.e. tripartite). The id, ego and super-ego. Behavior is motivated by two recognitionual impels: Eros (the sex impel & conduct recognition) and Thanatos (the obnoxious impel & exit recognition). Both these impels succeed from the “id”. Parts of the uninformed belief (the id and superego) are in steady fight after a while the aware disunite of the belief (the ego). Personality is shaped as the impels are mitigated by unanalogous fights at unanalogous times in childhood (during psychosexual bud). You are encouraged to select the Psychodynamic Bearing Survey in the required passage. Did the results competition what you provision they would?  Chapter 14 Moving on to Chapter 14, which nucleused on women in headship, we perceive considerable advice presented on how times are changing and the prevent of women in headship positions in the advenient.  It was not that hanker ago that the women’s discharge took attribute. How divers in the rank recall this?  Women fought to exexchange the ways they are seen by fellowship. In the 60’s women wanted to possess correspondent rights, freedoms and not be seen as the “housewife” or “homemaker”. Women wanted to the non-interference to unite the soldierly, to go to toil, to be seen and treated correspondently. Opine end to the 60’s and 70’s; divers women did go to toil, but had jobs that were congruous to being a secretary, stewardess, or a nurture. Today, women heed school, hinder high-end jobs and in divers states are heads as governors, CEO’s, Provosts, etc.  Times possess surely exchanged. Is there a glass ceiling today?  For some this may calm?} be penny, but divers women today are proving that this ceiling is barely an phantasm and can be spiritless.  Below are some videos after a while you touching women and headship. The leading two succeed from Forbes. Leadership Lens: New Dynamics of Connectivity: Forbes Women's Height (Links to an apparent residence.)Links to an apparent residence. (http://youtu.be/tgVTi44rNY8)   Secrets of the Word's Most Potent Women (Links to an apparent residence.)Links to an apparent residence. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PI7WCtC8RLg)   The Authority of Women (Links to an apparent residence.)Links to an apparent residence. (http://youtu.be/vH29NiK1dUE) Forbes School of Business Faculty References: Forbes (2012, October 24). Secrets of the world's most potent women (Links to an apparent residence.)Links to an apparent residence. [Video improve]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/PI7WCtC8RLg  Forbes (2013, May 28). Example lens: new dynamics of connectivity: Forbes women's height (Links to an apparent residence.)Links to an apparent residence. [Video improve]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/tgVTi44rNY8 Dalai Lama (2011, December 2). The authority of women (Links to an apparent residence.)Links to an apparent residence. [Video improve]. Retrieved from http://youtu.be/vH29NiK1dUE  McLeod, S. (2007). Psychodynamic bearing (Links to an apparent residence.)Links to an apparent residence.. Simply Psychology. Retrieved from http://www.simplypsychology.org/psychodynamic.html Northouse, P. (2013). Example system and usage (6th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Required Resource Text Northouse, P. (2013). Example system and usage (6th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN: 9781452203409. Recommended Resources Articles It is exceedingly recommended that you peruse the aftercited tenets to find a improve brains of headship (Retrieved from the ProQuest database): Appelbaum, S., Audet, L., & Miller, J. (2003). Gender and headship? Example and gender? A excursion through the field of theories. Example & Organization Bud Journal, 24(1/2), 43-51. Downey, L.A., Papageorgiou, V., & Stough, C. (2006). Examining the correlativeness among headship, tender rumor and recognition in important womanly managers. Example & Organization Bud Journal, 27(4), 250-264. Dulewicz, V., & Higgs, M. (2003). Example at the top: The scarcity for tender rumor in organizations. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 11(3), 193-210. Humphreys, J., Zhao, D., Ingram, K., Gladstone, J., & Basham, L. (2010, January). Situational narcissism and charismatic headship: A conceptual framework. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 11(2), 118-136. Jogulu, U.D., & Wood, G.J. (2006). The role of headship system in preferment the proimprove of women in superintendence. Correspondent Opportunities International, 25(4), 236-250. Sussan, A.P. (2006). Superintendence by excitement (MBE).  Competition Forum, 4(2), 433-437. Weyer, B. (2007). Twenty years later: Explaining the identity of the glass ceiling for women heads. Women in Superintendence Review, 22(6), 482-496.