Perceived gender bias and organizational outcomes

After creating the Gender Bias Scale for Women Leaders, my co-authors (Amber Stephenson, Leanne Dzubinski, and David Wang) and I used it to see which aspects of perceived gender bias correlate with two organizational outcomes: workplace satisfaction and turnover intention. The results were surprising. We hypothesized that several gender bias subfactors would correlate with women's …

New! Measuring the invisible: Development and multi-industry validation of the Gender Bias Scale for Women Leaders

My new journal article, "Measuring the invisible: Development and multi-industry validation of the Gender Bias Scale for Women Leaders" was published yesterday in Human Resource Development Quarterly. My co-authors are Amber Stephenson, Clarkson University, Leanne Dzubinski, Biola University, and David Wang, Biola University. In this article, we present a comprehensive 47-item scale which measures women …

Dr. Amy Diehl receives 2019 Central Penn Business Journal Women of Influence honor

I was honored to receive a 2019 Central Penn Business Journal Women of Influence award, along side 29 other deserving women leaders in Central Pennsylvania. The ceremony was held at the Harrisburg Hilton on Monday June 24, 2019. I was selected for this award based on my leadership at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, as I …

Developing as authentic leaders: Understanding how intersectional factors affect women’s leadership

Leanne Dzubinski and I presented a workshop featuring our latest research on intersectionality and women’s leadership at the 2018 International Leadership Association Annual Conference 2018 in West Palm Beach, FL. This research was developed in conjunction with Amber Stephenson. As part of our unconscious gender bias scale development survey, we posed open-ended questions to women leaders …