Ashleigh Shelby Rosette, Ph.D. is one of the foremost leading scholars on research that resides at the intersection of leadership, gender, and race. She is Senior Associate Dean and Professor of Management and Organizations at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
Rosette is an accomplished leadership, diversity, and negotiations scholar and one of the most decorated teachers in the history of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Her research has been featured in Forbes, CNN, The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, Business Week, the Financial Times, USA Today, Huffington Post, and National Public Radio.
Her leadership and diversity research on stereotypes and bias provides a framework to better understand the diversity shifts in present-day organizations, especially for top leaders. Her negotiation research complements the diversity considerations as a basic premise of the work is that an in-depth understanding of an array of negotiation skills must be understood and engaged to capitalize on the benefits of diverse experiences.
Questions? Contact Us Any Time:
The trailblazing work for which she is the most recognized challenges the longstanding view in organizational research of women as a monolithic social group. Her work highlights that connecting gender with race critically shapes the experiences of women leaders in organizations.
She was ranked as one of the Fifty Most Influential Business Professors by mbarankings.net, one of the Favorite Professors among MBAs by Poet & Quants, and is the recipient of the PhD Project’s Trailblazer Award. She provides consulting services on topics such as leadership, diversity, decision-making, and negotiations to an array of clients in varied industries.