Concepts of creative leadership of women leaders in 21st century
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Reikšminiai žodžiai: darbo vieta XXI a., kūrybinės strategijos, kūrybiškumas, įvairovė, aukštasis mokslas, psichinė sveikata, moterys lyderės.
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