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Professor Ruth Sealy

Professor Ruth Sealy

Associate Professor of Organisation Studies


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Key publications


Sealy R, Doldor E, Vinnicommbe S, Terjesen S, Anderson D, Atewologun D (In Press). Expanding the notion of dialogic reading zones for impactful research: the case of women on boards research. British Journal of Management Full text.
Doldor E, Sealy R, Vinnicombe S (2016). Accidental activists: headhunters as marginal diversity actors in institutional change towards more women on boards. Human Resource Management Journal, 26(3), 285-303. Full text. DOI.
Terjesen S, Sealy R (2016). Board Gender Quotas: Exploring Ethical Tensions from a Multi-Theoretical Perspective. Business Ethics Quarterly, 26(01), 23-65. Full text. DOI.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Sealy R, Doldor E, Vinnicommbe S, Terjesen S, Anderson D, Atewologun D (In Press). Expanding the notion of dialogic reading zones for impactful research: the case of women on boards research. British Journal of Management Full text.
Sealy R, Harman C (In Press). Opt-In or Opt-Out: Exploring how women construe their ambition at early career stages. Career Development International Full text. DOI.
Doldor E, Sealy R, Vinnicombe S (2016). Accidental activists: headhunters as marginal diversity actors in institutional change towards more women on boards. Human Resource Management Journal, 26(3), 285-303. Full text. DOI.
Terjesen S, Sealy R (2016). Board Gender Quotas: Exploring Ethical Tensions from a Multi-Theoretical Perspective. Business Ethics Quarterly, 26(01), 23-65. Full text. DOI.
Atewologun D, Sealy R, Vinnicombe S (2015). Revealing Intersectional Dynamics in Organizations: Introducing ‘Intersectional Identity Work’. Gender, Work & Organization, 23(3), 223-247. Full text. DOI.
Atewologun D, Sealy R (2014). Experiencing privilege at ethnic, gender and senior intersections. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 29(4), 423-439. Full text. DOI.
Pryce P, Sealy R (2013). Promoting women to MD in investment banking: multi-level influences. Gender in Management: an International Journal, 28(8), 448-467. DOI.
Sealy R (2010). Changing perceptions of meritocracy in senior women's careers. Gender in Management: an International Journal, 25(3), 184-197. Full text. DOI.
Sealy RHV, Singh V (2009). The importance of role models and demographic context for senior women's work identity development. International Journal of Management Reviews Full text. DOI.
Terjesen S, Sealy R, Singh V (2009). Women Directors on Corporate Boards: a Review and Research Agenda. Corporate Governance: an International Review, 17(3), 320-337. Full text. DOI.

Chapters

Sealy R, Harman C (2017). Women's leadership ambition in early careers. In Madsen S (Ed) Handbook of Research on Gender and Leadership, Edward Elgar Publishing. Full text.

Conferences

Sealy R (2017). Constructing Women Leaders’ Identity. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium. 3rd - 6th May 2017. Abstract.  Full text.
Sealy R, Hawkins B, Searle R (2017). Precarious Selves: Women’s leadership identity emergence. British Academy of Management. 5th - 8th Sep 2017. Abstract.  Full text.
Harvey WS, Sealy R (2016). Building HR's reputation. Chartered Institute for Personnel Development (CIPD) Conference.  Full text.

Reports

Sealy R, Doldor E, Vinnicombe S (2016). Female FTSE Report 2016 - Women on Boards: Taking stock of where we are. KPMG; GOvernament Equalities Office,  London, Cranfield School of Management. Full text.

Publications by year


In Press

Sealy R, Doldor E, Vinnicommbe S, Terjesen S, Anderson D, Atewologun D (In Press). Expanding the notion of dialogic reading zones for impactful research: the case of women on boards research. British Journal of Management Full text.
Sealy R, Harman C (In Press). Opt-In or Opt-Out: Exploring how women construe their ambition at early career stages. Career Development International Full text. DOI.

2017

Sealy R (2017). Constructing Women Leaders’ Identity. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium. 3rd - 6th May 2017. Abstract.  Full text.
Sealy R, Hawkins B, Searle R (2017). Precarious Selves: Women’s leadership identity emergence. British Academy of Management. 5th - 8th Sep 2017. Abstract.  Full text.
Sealy R, Harman C (2017). Women's leadership ambition in early careers. In Madsen S (Ed) Handbook of Research on Gender and Leadership, Edward Elgar Publishing. Full text.

2016

Doldor E, Sealy R, Vinnicombe S (2016). Accidental activists: headhunters as marginal diversity actors in institutional change towards more women on boards. Human Resource Management Journal, 26(3), 285-303. Full text. DOI.
Terjesen S, Sealy R (2016). Board Gender Quotas: Exploring Ethical Tensions from a Multi-Theoretical Perspective. Business Ethics Quarterly, 26(01), 23-65. Full text. DOI.
Harvey WS, Sealy R (2016). Building HR's reputation. Chartered Institute for Personnel Development (CIPD) Conference.  Full text.
Sealy R, Doldor E, Vinnicombe S (2016). Female FTSE Report 2016 - Women on Boards: Taking stock of where we are. KPMG; GOvernament Equalities Office,  London, Cranfield School of Management. Full text.

2015

Atewologun D, Sealy R, Vinnicombe S (2015). Revealing Intersectional Dynamics in Organizations: Introducing ‘Intersectional Identity Work’. Gender, Work & Organization, 23(3), 223-247. Full text. DOI.

2014

Atewologun D, Sealy R (2014). Experiencing privilege at ethnic, gender and senior intersections. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 29(4), 423-439. Full text. DOI.

2013

Pryce P, Sealy R (2013). Promoting women to MD in investment banking: multi-level influences. Gender in Management: an International Journal, 28(8), 448-467. DOI.

2010

Sealy R (2010). Changing perceptions of meritocracy in senior women's careers. Gender in Management: an International Journal, 25(3), 184-197. Full text. DOI.

2009

Sealy RHV, Singh V (2009). The importance of role models and demographic context for senior women's work identity development. International Journal of Management Reviews Full text. DOI.
Terjesen S, Sealy R, Singh V (2009). Women Directors on Corporate Boards: a Review and Research Agenda. Corporate Governance: an International Review, 17(3), 320-337. Full text. DOI.