Women's network participation and workplace coping resources
Roling, Elizabeth Anne
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This study investigates the benefits associated with participating in women’s networks within organizations. The results suggest that participating in women’s network social activities is associated with higher levels of network supportiveness, which is related to greater well-being and more positive attitudes toward the organization. The results do not support the hypothesis that participating in women’s networks would be positively related to leadership self efficacy. The impact of different characteristics of women’s networks on the benefits associated with participating were also evaluated.