Case #2160.0

Nadine Vogel: Negotiating Work and Life

Publication Date: May 31, 2019
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This case tells the career story of a leader who rose from a humbling career start to head a new corporate division she envisioned to serve the financial needs of families with children with disabilities. The case recounts how Vogel negotiated pivotal points in her career path, including overcoming gender biases to her career advancement, generating integrative solutions to work-life challenges, and crafting opportunities for meaningful work.

Learning Objective:
This teaching case provides instructors an opportunity to explore the role of negotiation in career advancement, including work-life and professional challenges. The case is motivated by research on women’s career negotiations that expands the conversation beyond asking for higher pay to include integrative problem solving in relation to one’s work roles and work-life conflicts.

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Teaching Plan:
Available with Educator Access
Case Author:
Laura Winig
Faculty Lead:
Hannah Riley Bowles
Pages (incl. exhibits):
United States
Funding Source:
The Joseph B. Tompkins, Jr. Fund for Case Study and Research