Lize is a professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership at Antioch University and a registered clinical and research psychologist. She does research on cultural influences on leadership

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Think Manager – Think (Fe)Male: A South African Perspective

This study investigates sex role stereotypes in management. The results show that males perceive men to resemble the behaviour of middle managers, while females perceive that women do.

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Rethinking the Diversity Paradigm: South African Practices

A presentation of the findings of a national research project on Diversity and Equity interventions conducted in South Africa (DEISA)

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The Tea Incident Case Study: Lessons in Social Identity Tensions, Diversity and Social Identity Conflict Management

This South African teaching case uses a workplace incident, which spiralled into racial conflict, to illustrate social identity tensions, diversity and social identity conflict management.

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