Wed, 25 June 2008
Two outstanding ladies join me for this episode -- Dr. Mabel Murphree and Mrs. Doyce Deas -- to discuss the philosophies, roles, and conditions of women in leadership.
Dr. Mabel Murphree is a freelance consultant, dealing in education, workforce education and development, and political matters. She is former Director of the Appalachian Region Commission, with offices in Tupelo, MS. Dr. Murphree is a well-respected educator, speaker, and civic activist.
Mrs. Doyce Deas is, among many other things, a current member of the Tupelo (MS) City Council. She has been active for many years in health care, education, arts, and civic boards and events.
During this episode, Dr. Murphree and Mrs. Deas enumerate many traits and characteristics of effective leaders that are particularly applicable to females. However, as you will hear, these are not limited to one gender.
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