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Men entrepreneurs consider these Table 1. A difference between difference is marginal. The assumptions that men entrepre- neurs will have a stronger perception of the higher Figure 1. The analysis indicated a reverse phe- nomenon: The analyses on the level of mercantilism indi- cated that men employed in private companies are characterized by a higher level of pure pragma- tism than employees of state companies women: Figure 3.

Figure 2. Nevertheless, the study showed that the higher level of chaste involve- Source: It was only shown that men entrepreneurs declare a higher level of subjective income than employees of state companies women: Figure 6. Therefore, there are no differences in the overall result of psychological mercantilism between women and men, but these gro- ups have a different level of chaste involvement one of the scales of psychological mercantilism, in which high scores indicate a low level of mercantilism.

Men declared higher subjective in- come. More often than women, they considere their earnings as higher than average or high. Figure 7. However, further studies on a rep- are as privileged as it was theoretically assumed. The study showed that surveyed men from state Figure 8. Obvious- status. Female respondents from state companies felt the most secure, which may be the effect of having an employment contract for un- limited duration and the possibility to take advan- tage of social provisions such as child-care leave.

On the other Source: The factor of chaste are more concerned about their future. The data involvement in a female group is characterized by are consistent with the higher assessment of their a lower attachment to money.

Tryka ; Sedlak ; Wrona ]. It means that this group displays a higher de- privileged one. Also worth notice is that surveyed men from state companies have the lowest level of mercantilism among all groups of men. It seems that even the choice of a job in a pub- lic enterprise indicates that material aspects are placed at the bottom of the hierarchy of values.

The determinants of such status quo may vary, begin- 1 Lack of distribution normality and variance homogeneity. Field or situational ones. An important question emerges: The answer to this question might be facilitated by qualitative studies concerning motives Literature for taking up a particular job. The surveyed male entrepreneurs considered Aronson E.

But they have higher results in percep- Baudrillard J.

Raising gender-aschematic children in of success by others. It means that achievement of a gender-schematic society, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 8, — Adamiec, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu they have set for themselves. The fact entrepreneurs, Journal of Business Venturing, 10 6 , — Thus, a posi- Dej D. Gorgievsky, or at least the company owners who completed the Universidad Nacional de Education a Distancia, Madridt. This Dej D.

Lukes, of quality of life. Further studies should be carried M. Walidacja from this analysis. Lizurej, Taking into the account the study results, the Wydawnictwo Academica, Warszawa. Nevertheless, the obtained data seem to unpublished doctoral dessertation, University in Dresden, Dres- suggest such a possibility.

It concerns not only the den. According to H. The objective is to present research material sessments and feelings regarding positioning of gathered through interviews with women scientists individuals and social categories in the system of managing tertiary schools in Cracow during — inequalities. The public tertiary schools in Cracow, supported for- Law on Higher Education and its amend- mation of a hypothesis regarding the phenomenon ments from clearly stresses either the purely described as gender gap.

It related difference … regarding the systematically may be added, after E. In order to illustrate the and transmission of knowledge, the work protect- gender gap hypothesis, Table 1 presents data on ed by respective associations and organizations. Vice-Dean, Dean, Vice-Rector and Rector, both at state and pri- The survey was carried out in a constructivist vate tertiary schools.

This constituted PhD hab. There were selected for the analysis those private tertiary schools which were on the list of non-public schools of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education: Atkinson , Charmaz ].

How do women perceive their positions? Ac- ]. Table 2 presents general information about the gro- There were women holding the positions of Rector, up of female respondents. The survey was carried out in the form of par- Table 3. Number of women performing administrative tially structured interviews connected with ele- function at public universities in Cracow ments of biography.

The interviews were conducted in — and number of completed from the 16th of March to the 29th of April Overall, 20 interviews were Dean 10 5 completed. The main research requirement was the Vice-Dean 29 13 Source: Table 2. Academic titles and functions performer by interviewed women Conclusions1 No. Academic title Administrative function 1 Prof. PhD Hab. Vice-Rector How do women perceive their positions 2 Prof. Engineer Dean 4 Prof. Dean scribed in a multidimensional way.

In the interviews, 6 Prof. The notion of career was 7 Prof. Dean replaced by such terms as: Vice-Dean interest, activity, work, mission, art, business, pro- 9 PhD Hab. Vice-Dean fession, stage of life, some kind of path, way of life, 10 Prof. Vice-Dean the complex chain of events, functions. Vice-Dean Women stressed the aspect of being overburdened with responsibilities and used the following expres- 16 Prof.

Vice-Dean sions to describe their activities: Vice-Dean uous work; paperwork; enormous involvement; 18 PhD Hab. Vice-Dean measurable effects of work; the center of elites; 19 PhD Hab. Vice-Dean regulations; accounts; social activity; unpaid ac- 20 PhD Hab.

Instrumen- putting responsibilities before anything else; it is tal values are dominant in this model, interpreted not promotion, a robe is not all, it is not a career; in the context of gathering points or grants, where the effect of work is additional work; lack of mo- a strong competition is observed between employ- bility; spate of didactic activities; resignation from ees. Therefore, the concept of Family versus work: On the one hand, they want nitely. It obliges.

Therefore, being Representative of economic sciences single to some extent makes this [career] easier, It is such a process that overlaps the way of life, and it really does not have any relation with gen- and somehow the whole; it requires great spiritu- der at this moment.

What also matters is the fact al concentration. I have a family and these things that it is a very stressful career, bringing lots of sometimes bother me.

But it is exactly like this here. And then, honestly, having a fam- Maybe the time itself is not the greatest obstacle, ily, I think, it is very important. Single people often but some kind of perception of shattering this life. Representative of socio-humanistic due to maternity and child-care leaves. Representative of lack of sleep.

It is just resignation from the quality of on the one hand, women prefer a partnership to en- life — from this better quality of life, as it is actually sure effective realization in the professional sphere, the quality of life in the sense of permanent lack while on the other hand, its functioning is hindered by of money, which was quite devastating, particularly the requirement of working overtime.

However, the if you have a child. Representative of work, may provide an opportunity for reconciliation socio-humanistic sciences of work and bringing up children.

Some cultural bar- It may hinder. Obviously, it depends on an ability riers pose a stereotypical perception of a man as the to organize your own time, but realization of your breadwinner, who therefore should earn more than own career is a big cost for a family. If she wants to be a good subjective and objective categories.

That means demic titles as compared to women. And of were undoubtedly a factor facilitating their univer- course help … I was lucky that my mother helped sity careers. But fore supporting their husbands in their professional I also think it is very important [that] I had under- careers. Partnership — absolutely. Thus we understand each dren: If you cannot come in other very well in this respect.

We were able to the morning, come in the afternoon. If you cannot complement each other. That is why it was a part- come on a particular day, come on Saturday or Sun- nership relationship. Our work allows this, as the basis of every- ences thing is a partnership in marriage. Representative It has to be a partnership. I mean, there must of technological sciences be mutual understanding because without it, the The worst case is when a husband holds the lower relationship falls apart.

Thus, we shared [duties], position in the academic hierarchy. Therefore, only this guarantees rela- relationships and we worked out such arrange- tively stable family relationships.

Otherwise it is di- ments that we were able to help each other. Rep- sastrous. Children require a lot of care and time and resentative of artistic sciences it is one of the factors when a woman simply decides Our example meant that we were doing the to devote more time to her home. Representative of same things, therefore there was no misunder- earth sciences standing. For this reason starting a family is obvi- degree required in that academic career, as well ously, by nature, not an obstacle.

It is embedded in as apply for foreign scholarships, should have been our profession. I would even say that this profession my husband. Therefore, I consciously took over all allows better organization, because we have this this household maintenance and childcare sphere.

Representative sciences socio- some mode of functioning actually as mothers. But humanistic at the same time, it is a profession assuming per- manent development, permanent work and it un- Barriers: This part deals with gender-related barriers in- Now we have such a situation.

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Therefore, I believe dicated by women. It is worth noting that often the that it is absolutely no hindrance, whereas reality image of women in the private, home sphere forms contradicts this. And it may be observed now in the the basis for the role and perception of women in the case of various women that it [the family] extreme- public, professional sphere.

It is obvious. Representative of socio- phies of women exemplary quotations: Moreover, most of the reotype — a woman combining paid work and home women have or had husbands who were also in- responsibilities. In the opinion of these ties and pressure to stand up to social norms of the women, the academic positions of their husbands ideal mother and economically active woman.

But these two elements are abso- as unstable because she carries a double work- lutely interconnected: They are two basic elements. Representa- when starting their families a selection at the fam- tive of earth sciences ily stage; struggling with timetables; women are When I took over such terribly complicated mat- more dependent on their families than men are on ters here, it turned out that they were very simple.

I took because of female emotionality, their devotion, and advantage of my personality.

I negotiated rather their maternity instinct, but also because of their than created problems. I talked calmly rather than mental and personality features, such as a lack of authoritatively. I did not attempt confrontation but vigor or fear of holding highly prestigious positions rather discussion.

I believe that I succeeded in this. Representative of socio-humanistic sciences We women are so emotional that often most of Women should be more assertive, but they not our energy is eaten by emotions.

Thus, I learn from [men] what we rectly. A soft way of behavior may be an advantage women lack. But once again, I repeat: I do not think if you are consequent.

They are sim- They choose a soft, long-distance strategy instead ply different.

But as a woman, I want to distance of an immediate one. But what matters are the con- myself from affairs, I want to be actually more sequences. Representative of socio-humanistic sci- even-tempered, level-headed, logical, calm, and if it ences was possible, I would really like to love myself such Women also stress the existence of cultural mas- as men can [love themselves].

Representative of tion and aggressiveness in the professional sphere. But they are such defen- plained about positions blocked by men because of sive behaviors, I would say.

I mean, I am too avail- ambition-related reasons; male occupation at uni- able. He[my boss] teaches me some behaviors that versities; and male lobby. Total exhaustion. But there cessors. If any [girl] sees those [men] she will be are different men, different women, and different frightened, honestly. They have been only men situations.

So this young female doctoral student wife and I would have a child soon. But I know other arrangements. It must happen slowly, natu- about such remarks.

There is often used a form of rally. The the male lobby whose members perceive each other, same situation is observed in Deanery. Women are appreciate each other, support each other in various rarely allowed to hold more prestigious positions. Representative of artistic sciences Representative of economic sciences Whereas in various situations I felt disrespect, In the case when some more concrete work is meaning that a man performing the same task needed — a less gratifying, less exposed, tedious po- would be treated more seriously from the start sition, yes, she may be found useful there.

Whereas, than a woman just arriving. Representative of these more visible, exposed positions, are obviously socio-humanistic sciences reserved for somebody else. However, the excessive imi- When I became the Vice-Dean, the contempo- tation of men is not good either. And it is rather rary Vice-Rector told me: It should be somewhere balanced. It is a problem, particularly pay, and takes an enormous amount of time.

The ones that involve management of mon- posed positions. Not to mention religious groups. Yes, disciplinary commissions, sometimes They [various groups] still implement cultural unpleasant, sometimes even very stressful are ea- patterns of the past era in their educational strat- gerly staffed with women.

Representative of eco- egies. They are convenient, true. But besides this, nomic sciences there is also some kind of stiffening of cognitive I realized something like this already during structures. It means … that at the same level of resentative functions, whereas women are attrib- achievement, the fact that he was a boy pushed uted to positions which are characterized by labori- him forward.

Representative of socio-humanistic ous, tedious, voluntary work women hold mainly sciences positions dealing with student affairs , women as a second sort. Women also pointed out that they are treated as some kind of decoration in the pro- Summary fessional sphere women mitigate customs.

According to the arguments of H. Acker ] gender- These higher positions are blocked by men, ing tendencies are manifested at the macro level, probably because of ambitious reasons. Namely, which is usually described through statistical data, let us consider a division among the university au- or through the reference to general, theoretical thorities.

It is very rare when a Rector is a woman constructions; the mezzo level, which focuses on or a Dean is a woman. Praktyczny prze- tional sphere.

Tischnera J. These analyses Hammersley M. Konecki K. Kvale P. Znaniecki F. Compa- nies increasingly initiate actions targeted at employ- Coaching is a fast-growing concept that can help ment of women and then keeping them at their work women develop the tools to successfully compete for posts and supporting their development [Grant top managerial positions traditionally held by men, Horton Report ].

An anal- the largest British companies year after year [Da- ysis of contemporary Polish and international litera- vies ]. De- business is the issue of underappreciated female spite the increasing presence of women in manage- characteristics pointed out by psychologists, among ment, Polish and international statistics show that which may be counted: At the ily life [Maitland ; Report PWnet ].

On the one hand, there are real limita- es. Making such a decision, women, they still face numerous obstacles hindering and the scope of responsibilities it will bring, evokes their managerial careers. On the one hand, it means a greater barriers faced by women aspiring to top positions, chance to maintain some balance in their lives, while according to the literature.

The key manifestations on the other it is caused by the belief that being of these phenomena include applying different stan- a mother should mean resignation from managerial dards for men and woman in evaluating work, un- career. Such an attitude is often conditioned by nur- equal earnings based on sex, or disregarding pro- turing and social messages, and is strengthened by motions for women [Bombuwela, Chamaru ; employers refusing reemployment of women after Catalyst ]. The reasons are mainly external, maternity leave [Lovejoy, Stone ].

PWnet ]. The Deloitte Report [] also indi- 1 individual factors: This of professional career of women. Statistics indicate that coaching in vaux, Devillard, Sancier-Sultan ]. Polish companies has been also increasing http: Moreover, competences, which traditionally has supported the among employees, women are more open to partici- masculine style of functioning and learning. Train- pating in coaching processes [Leimon, Moscovici, ing and courses are usually oriented on knowledge Goodier ].

In What exactly is coaching? The coach supports [Desvaux, Devillard, Sancier-Sultan ]. MBA clients in discovering and effectively using their per- programs —training courses addressed to women tar- sonal potential in order to improve their quality of geted at their managerial development — should be life [the Coaching Chamber ].

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However, they are entirely separate titudes necessary for functioning in the executive forms of work aimed at development of an individu- suite [Falla ]. The sitions [Lublin ]. The coach fully engages in work with the individuals all over Europe [Passmore ].

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It is an art enabling learning, Recapitulating, the main coaching objectives development of other people and increasing their should be [Coaching Chamber ]: Clifford ]. The most [Gallwey ]. A personalized relationship ther give advice nor share their experience. The expected effect of coaching is increased self- Lastly, coaching is not a therapy; the main differ- awareness and a growing system of mutual inter- ences are presented in Table 1. Coaching uses the basic view, coaching in its pure form should concentrate on principles of strengthening responsibility and faith the future and use only coaching tools.

Therapy in- in oneself, accompanied by orientation on the future cludes a much wider scope of tools, methods and ap- and task completion [Starman ].

Taking into consideration the fact The duration of the model coaching process that many coaches do not have psychological educa- should be between three and six months.Progress creates a vast number of solutions and each of these, in turn, generates an in- finite number of possibilities for an error to occur.

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