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Jack D. Harris

Professor of Sociology, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY; Owner and Principal Consultant, Harris Consulting Associates, LLC

Jack Harris brings more than 45 years of successful experience in higher education, and management and consulting positions with government and business. Jack has served as a Professor of Sociology at Hobart and William Smith Colleges (HWS) since 1974. Dr. Harris was twice President of the New York State Sociological Association. Dr. Harris directed the Men’s Studies Minor at HWS, the first-degree program in Men’s Studies in the United States. He teaches courses on Men and Masculinity, the Sociology of Business and Management, the Sociology of Community, and Senior Seminar Research Practicum. As a professional applied sociologist with specializations in gender, community development, and social organization, he consults nation-wide local governments about business process reengineering and project and change management. 

Dr. Harris has published on Vietnamese masculinity and gender relations including co-authoring a book chapter in the Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Vietnam (2022) on “The Affairs of Men: Masculinity in Contemporary Vietnam,” the article “Extramarital Relationships, Masculinity, and Gender Relations in Vietnam,” Southeast Review of Asian Studies, Volume 31 (2009), and “Incorporating Men into Vietnamese Gender Studies,” Vietnam Social Sciences, (1998). He has presented at numerous national and international conferences on gender relations. In addition, on the business side, he is co-author of The Municipal Computer Systems Handbook. He has assisted in organizational analysis and design, leadership and management training and staff development, employee motivation, group dynamics and team building, conflict management and resolution, and the analysis of workplace culture.


The Sixth Level

Capitalize on the Power of Women’s Psychology for Sustainable Leadership

In The Sixth Level, women CEOs, owners, executives, and entrepreneurs tell their stories, demonstrating the tactics and principles that women leaders use when they turn challenges into opportunities to create sustainability and prosperity. 

Readers will discover a critique of the dominant patriarchy that has ignored and rejected critical forms of women’s leadership, as well as strategies and techniques for the workplace that embrace women’s psychology. The Sixth Levelshows that women prioritize and foster connection and intrinsic reward—qualities often suppressed and devalued by dominating leadership paradigms. With first-hand insights from women in business, the book evidences women’s ability to engender authentic connections with others for successful leadership and sustainable organizations.

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