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Winton, Steven L.; Palmer, Sarah; Hughes, Patrick J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
Leadership education must evolve to keep pace with the growing recognition that effective leadership happens in a complex environment and is as much a systemic variable as a personal one. As part of a program review process, a graduate leadership program at a private Midwestern university conducted a qualitative review of 18 online graduate…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Leadership Training, Qualitative Research, Graduate Study
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GuramatunhuCooper, Nyasha M.; Lyons, Linda M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Leadership Studies education is a highly personal endeavor shaped by the personal experiences and philosophies of leadership educators. However, when course design collaboration opportunities are presented, teaching approaches and curriculum prioritization may be at odds because of distinct personal narratives. This article frames disagreement…
Descriptors: Personal Narratives, Leadership Training, Curriculum Design, Educational Philosophy
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Gigliotti, Ralph – Journal of Leadership Education, 2015
As Villanova University embarked on a new strategic plan in 2009, the Division of Student Life placed a renewed emphasis on co-curricular leadership education (Gigliotti, 2014, in press). This Application Brief will highlight one of the new student leadership initiatives, the Student Leadership Forum in Washington, DC. Referred throughout the…
Descriptors: Alumni Associations, Alumni, Leadership, Leadership Training
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Ekmekci, Ozgur – Journal of Leadership Education, 2009
Can leadership be taught? Those of us who offer courses on leadership, as part of an academic program, face this question quite often. It is my belief that acquiring more knowledge on leadership does not readily translate into becoming a better leader--especially so at a time in history where leaders have to deal with more complexity and change…
Descriptors: Health Personnel, Professional Identity, Leadership Training, Medical Schools