Patty Dahm is a doctoral student at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management. Her research focuses on gender differences in career success, work-family issues, self-discrepancy, and self-regulation.
Prior to her doctoral studies, Patty worked as an organizational effectiveness consultant at Target Corporation and has held positions as a financial analyst and manager Sprint.
Leslie, L. M., Manchester, C. F., & Dahm, P. C. (2013). Ironic Effects of Flexible Work Practices on Parents Career Success. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
Leslie, L. M., Manchester, C. F., & Dahm, P. C. (2012, August). Gender disparities in career success: The role of performance and potential. In L. M. Leslie (Chair), Unpacking the glass ceiling: Mechanisms that produce gender inequality in organizations. Symposium to be conducted at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.
*Selected as a Showcase Symposium.
Dahm, P. C., Manchester, C. F., & Glomb, T. M. (2012, June). The mediating role of self-discrepancy in predicting work-family conflict outcomes: Why being untrue to yourself doesn’t pay. Presented at Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, New York, NY.
This individual is not scheduled to teach in the last, current, or next term.