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Lumpkin, Angela; Achen, Rebecca M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
It is important students learn about leadership. The purpose of this study was to assess whether a leadership course for sport management graduate students led to gains in knowledge of leadership and understanding of themselves as leaders. Using quantitative (pre- and post-surveys) and qualitative (email interviews) data, this study found a…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Graduate Students, Administrator Education, Athletics
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Goertzen, Brent J.; Squire, Brittney – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Today's organizations often face complex problems that do not have readily identifiable solutions. Leadership educators are called upon to implement innovative pedagogical practices to teach students to address such complex problems. Inspired by action learning principles, this application brief describes a group-oriented assignment in an online…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Graduate Study, Online Courses, Reflection
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Speranza, Carly R.; Pierce, Angela – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
This application brief describes the implementation of a leadership education experiential and reflective written and presentation exercise to assist graduate and executive-level students to develop, articulate, and present their leadership philosophy to a small group of peers in effort to advance their leadership identity and prepare for an…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Educational Philosophy, Leadership Effectiveness, Program Implementation
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Raffo, Deana M.; Clark, Leigh A. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
Leadership is filled with concepts that often do not have an agreed upon definition. The purpose of this paper is to share a learning activity that provokes students' thinking about the nature of leadership using six leadership definitions. This activity is a dynamic starting place to explore what leadership is and is not, how it differs from…
Descriptors: Leadership, Learning Activities, Definitions, Student Attitudes
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Visone, Jeremy D. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
This study concerned aspiring educational leaders' problem-solving skill development, specifically through classroom instruction with real-world scenarios. Professional educators obtaining an advanced degree in educational administration at a public university were surveyed in the fall and spring about their problem-solving abilities. Participants…
Descriptors: Skill Development, Problem Solving, College Faculty, Leadership Training
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Georges, Sky V.; Chen, Huan – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
International students develop perceptions about leadership based on cultural practices in their home country. What is the leadership experience of international students in the United States? This study sought to describe the lived leadership experiences of international graduate students. A total of 17 participants, from 11 different countries…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Student Participation, Student Attitudes, Graduate Students
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Rosch, David M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
This study examined the differences between a multi-campus sample of university students who reported consistent participation in formal leadership development programs (n=414) and a comparison sample (n=153) with no prior experience across three diverse post-secondary institutions in the United States. Both samples were matched with regard to…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Higher Education, Comparative Analysis, Racial Identification
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Getz, Cheryl; Tessema, Kedir Assefa – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Leadership Studies courses often face challenges of educating students for a focused area of specialization. We challenged this by offering an innovative leadership course whose aim was to socialize graduate students into their discourse communities. In this paper, we describe a course and the study we conducted to learn from the process and…
Descriptors: Discourse Communities, Graduate Students, Leadership Training, Administrator Education
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Miguel, Rosanna F.; Allen, Scott J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
The present study was designed to examine the measurement of the Emotionally Intelligent Leadership (EIL) construct and to provide evidence of validation for the multidimensional Emotionally Intelligence Leadership for Students: Inventory 2.0 (EILS:I 2.0). The EILS:I 2.0 is a self-report assessment of emotionally intelligent leadership in the…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Measures (Individuals), Test Validity
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Martin, Beth Ann; Allen, Scott J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
This research assesses the Know, See, Plan, portions of the Know, See, Plan, Do (KSPD) model for curriculum design in leadership education. There were 3 graduate student groups, each taught using 1 of 3 different curriculum designs (KSPD and 2 control groups). Based on a pretest, post-test design, students' performance was measured to assess their…
Descriptors: Models, Curriculum Design, Leadership Training, Graduate Students
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Bauermeister, Maria C.; Greer, Jon; Kalinovich, Angelina V.; Marrone, Jennifer A.; Pahl, Megan M.; Rochholz, Lauren B.; Wilson, Barry R. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
This Application Brief highlights Seattle University's Red Winged Leadership (RWL) exercise, an innovative curriculum for graduate business leadership education. RWL requires students to apply course materials to a visible and challenging class project, and to critically examine and recognize leadership in the broader community. Both allow for…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Graduate Students, Leadership Training, Experiential Learning
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Goertzen, Brent J.; McRay, Jeni; Klaus, Kaley – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
Assessment of student learning in graduate education often takes the form of a summative measure by way of written comprehensive exams. However, written examinations, while suitable for evaluating cognitive knowledge, may not fully capture students' abilities to transfer and apply leadership related knowledge and skills into real-world practice.…
Descriptors: Portfolios (Background Materials), Electronic Publishing, Graduate Students, Curriculum
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Nilson, Michelle; Fels, Lynn; Gopaul, Bryan – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
This research explores the various ways in which performative inquiry was implemented in a graduate organizational theories course within an educational leadership cohort at a medium-sized urban Canadian research university. Drawing on Fink's framework for significant learning experiences, the researchers used performative inquiry to enact the…
Descriptors: Organizational Theories, Teaching Methods, Inquiry, Graduate Students
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McRay, Jeni; Goertzen, Brent; Klaus, Kaley – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
This application brief describes a "Module Discussant" activity assigned in an online graduate-level leadership theory course. The assignment was designed to stimulate higher-level thinking, apply leadership theory to practice, and foster extensive communication among students in the online learning environment using a common learning…
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Group Discussion, Graduate Students, Online Courses
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Banerjee, Dina – Journal of Leadership Education, 2015
Very little is known about leadership at an individual level in the scholarship of leadership and social change. In this study using institutional ethnography as a research method, I survey graduate students of the Organizational Development and Leadership program of a mid-Atlantic university. Qualitative data analyses reveal that majority of the…
Descriptors: Social Change, Leadership, Organizational Development, Graduate Students
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