This study was undertaken to determine whether women in leadership positions in the Canadian federal Public Service (PS) have had an impact on policy, programs, operations, administration or workplace conditions, what that impact might be, and how to measure it. Drawing from qualitative interviews with current and retired Executives and Deputy Ministers in the Canadian federal public service, it provides recommendations and considerations around gender and impact moving forward.

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Contributor L.P. Rankin (L. Pauline)
Publisher Carleton University
Funder Public Service Commission of Canada
ISBN 978-0-7709-0596-5
Note The study was initiated as Canada’s contribution to the Wilson’s Centre Global Women’s Leadership Initiative Women in Public Service Project initiated by Hilary Clinton when she was Secretary of State. In partnership with the Centre for Women in Politics and Public Leadership, Gender Equality Measurement Initiative, and Centre for Research on Women and Work at Carleton University and the Public Service Commission of Canada.
Citation
Morris, M. (2016, June 22). Women’s Leadership Matters: The Impact Of Women’s Leadership In The Canadian Federal Public Service. Carleton University.