Ruth Sealy
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Women directors on corporate boards: A review and research agenda
S Terjesen, R Sealy, V Singh
Corporate governance: an international review 17 (3), 320-337, 2009
Board gender quotas: Exploring ethical tensions from a multi-theoretical perspective
S Terjesen, R Sealy
Business Ethics Quarterly 26 (1), 23-65, 2016
The importance of role models and demographic context for senior women's work identity development
RHV Sealy, V Singh
International Journal of Management Reviews 12 (3), 284-300, 2010
Revealing intersectional dynamics in organizations: Introducing ‘intersectional identity work’
D Atewologun, R Sealy, S Vinnicombe
Gender, Work & Organization 23 (3), 223-247, 2016
Changing perceptions of meritocracy in senior women's careers
R Sealy
Gender in Management: An International Journal 25 (3), 184-197, 2010
Gender diversity on boards: The appointment process and the role of executive search firms
E Doldor, S Vinnicombe, M Gaughan, R Sealy
Equality and human rights commission research report 85, 1-98, 2012
Experiencing privilege at ethnic, gender and senior intersections
D Atewologun, R Sealy
Journal of Managerial Psychology 29 (4), 423-439, 2014
Individual‐level foci of identification at work: a systematic review of the literature
D Atewologun, R Kutzer, E Doldor, D Anderson, R Sealy
International Journal of Management Reviews 19 (3), 273-295, 2017
The female FTSE board report 2015
S Vinnicombe, E Doldor, R Sealy, P Pryce, C Turner
Cranfield School of Management, 2015
The female FTSE report 2007
R Sealy, V Singh, S Vinnicombe
Cranfield University, 2007
Accidental activists: Headhunters as marginal diversity actors in institutional change towards more women on boards
E Doldor, R Sealy, S Vinnicombe
Human Resource Management Journal 26 (3), 285-303, 2016
Opt-in or opt-out: exploring how women construe their ambition at early career stages
C Harman, R Sealy
Career Development International 22 (4), 372-398, 2017
The female FTSE board report 2012: milestone or millstone?
R Sealy, S Vinnicombe
The female FTSE report 2008: A decade of delay
R Sealy, S Vinnicombe, V Singh
International Center for Women Leaders, Cranfield School of Management, 2008
The female FTSE board report 2013: false dawn of progress for women on boards?
R Sealy, S Vinnicombe
Cranfield University School of Management, 2013
The workplace experiences of BAME professional women: Understanding experiences at the intersection
V Opara, R Sealy, MK Ryan
Gender, Work & Organization 27 (6), 1192-1213, 2020
Increasing diversity on public and private sector boards
R Sealy, E Doldor, S Vinnicombe
Interanational Centre for Women Leaders, 19-34, 2009
Role models, work identity and senior women's career progression-why are role models important?
R Sealy, V Singh
Academy of Management Proceedings 2006 (1), E1-E6, 2006
The importance of role models in the development of leaders’ professional identities
R Sealy, V Singh
Leadership perspectives: Knowledge into action, 208-222, 2008
The pipeline to the board finally opens: Women’s progress on FTSE 100 boards in the UK
R Sealy, S Vinnicombe, V Singh
Women on corporate boards of directors: International research and practice …, 2008
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