Doctoral Research Survey – Female-Instigated Incivility and Queen Bee Syndrome


As a doctoral student at Point Park University and in preparation for her dissertation, Kimberly Slater-Wood is studying to collect data on female-instigated incivility and Queen Bee syndrome.

The purpose of this study is to examine the collection of data with respect to female-instigated incivility and Queen Bee syndrome that can potentially be used to develop and implement more effective organizational diversity and inclusion initiatives.

This study will seek to provide information that will increase the awareness of female-instigated incivility and the Queen Bee syndrome to encourage positive systemic organizational change.

If you would like to participate in the survey, please click the link below – All data collected will remain confidential to protect the identity of all participants and will be used solely for research purposes. Please feel free to share the link with other professional women – Thank you for taking the time to assist me with this doctoral research topic.

The phenomenon of women discriminating against other women in the workplace — particularly as they rise in seniority — has long been documented as the “queen bee syndrome.”

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