This paper is a collage of women's perceptions about leadership. It focuses on women in library leadership. The impetus for this study is one of personal reflection, as well as an introductory excursion into qualitative research. I was interested in clarifying my own feelings and thoughts about leadership and learning more about the way other library leaders perceive themselves as leaders. I wanted to understand how women defined leadership and their roles as leaders. A related purpose was to see how people characterize themselves and develop an image of leadership according to the opinions of others. Participants had served as officers in state-level professional associations, so ideas about the role of library associations in leadership also arose.
Curry, Elizabeth A., "Narratives of Engaging Women in Perceptions about Library Leadership" (2000). Library Faculty Presentations & Publications. 47.