Women in Leadership: Case Studies of Executive Women in Commercial Real Estate

Women in Leadership: Case Studies of Executive Women in Commercial Real Estate


December 2014

The purpose of Women in Leadership: Case Studies of Executive Women in Commercial Real Estate is to further explore the results and findings of CREW Network’s 2012 paper, The Evolution of Women in Leadership, which assessed the leadership skills of women in commercial real estate. The 2012 paper focused on the responses of two test groups -- a larger group of CREW Network members and a smaller group of executive-level women -- who took the Leadership Potential Indicator assessment tool developed by MySkillsProfile (MSP). In the study, the results found that both groups of women ranked lowest in the areas of Relating and Networking, followed closely by Taking Risks. Therefore, by undertaking this series of case studies, CREW Network hoped to gain valuable insight about the role of these competencies in the career paths of extremely successful women in the commercial real estate industry.

Keywords: Change, Risk, Goal, Career, Mentor

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