Symposium 2017 Survey

To help frame our discussion and gather additional data, we would appreciate if you took this survey. The survey can be completed anonymously. If you wish to promote transparency and share your organization’s name when taking the survey, your answers will be aggregated independent of your company name. We will also include your company as a STEM diversity advocate on our symposium programs and on our website.

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Rate the importance of each contributor on a scale of 1-5, 1 being the least important and 5 being the most important.
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Improving workplace climate
Improving equity
Fostering innovation
Encouraging economic success
Other contributors/comments:
Rate each on importance on a scale of 1-5, 1 being the least important and 5 being the most important.
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Lack of applications from women applying for leadership roles
Lack of applications from women demonstrating leadership experience
Women have fewer professional connections with current leaders than men
Women lack mentors who share career advancing opportunities
Women lack mentors who help them secure leadership roles (recommending them to others for positions)
Women lack role models in leadership positions
Traditions/expectations for male leadership hold women back from pursuing leadership roles
Women lack confidence in their own leadership abilities
Perceived work-life conflicts (more responsibility, and less time for familial obligations)
Women are less effective leaders than men
Women lack necessary leadership training
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