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Andenoro, Anthony C. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2013
This commentary details the process aimed at developing the Inaugural National Leadership Education Research Agenda. The goal of the project is to create a guiding document to assist in further defining Leadership Education as a discipline and provide directional research priorities for that discipline. The commentary provides a foundational…
Descriptors: Leadership, Educational Research, Agricultural Education, Leadership Training
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Murphy, Susan Elaine – Journal of Leadership Education, 2013
Sowcik and Allen's paper, "Getting Down to Business: A Look at Leadership Education in Business Schools," identifies a number of compelling issues in improving leadership education in business schools and provides a thorough overview of how these efforts could benefit from the considerations present in the National Leadership Educators…
Descriptors: Business Schools, Leadership Training, Administrator Education, Educational Research
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Harter, Nathan – Journal of Leadership Education, 2012
By adopting the dictum that all knowledge is knowledge from a point of view, educators can arrange the literature on leadership into nine categories from three conceptually distinct points of view, namely the Leader, the Follower, and the Investigator. Students who come to appreciate and account for point of view not only increase their…
Descriptors: Leadership, Models, Teachers, Leadership Training
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Sowcik, Matthew – Journal of Leadership Education, 2012
The International Leadership Association's "Guiding Questions: Guidelines for Leadership Education Programs" (Ritch & Mengel, 2009) provides a framework to attend to leadership program development, redesign, evaluation, organized program review, questions concerning academic legitimacy and developing common program benchmarks. This article…
Descriptors: Guidelines, Leadership Training, College Programs, Context Effect
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Kaak, Paul – Journal of Leadership Education, 2011
This paper is designed to introduce readers to teacher-philosopher-practitioner, Paulo Freire and to illustrate the power of his educational ideals for the task of teaching leadership. Readers will encounter Freire, understand how one's definition of leadership needs to match one's approach to teaching leadership, review a proposed Freirean…
Descriptors: Leadership Qualities, Teaching Methods, Leadership, Leadership Training
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Lindsay, Douglas R. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2011
Approximately four months ago the author was sitting at his desk at the Air Force Academy preparing a course in leadership that he would be teaching during the fall semester. Then, something happened that would have a drastic impact on his professional life as an educator and a military officer. He was informed that he would be deploying to Kabul,…
Descriptors: Leadership, Foreign Countries, Leadership Training, Leadership Effectiveness
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Thomas, Joseph J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2010
This is a commentary on educating leaders within the constraints of a highly technical curriculum. The U.S. Naval Academy's mission is to produce leaders for the nation. Many things compete for the time and attention of Midshipmen (the Academy's students). Greater attention must be paid to interpersonal communications skills in the formal and…
Descriptors: Leadership Qualities, Leadership Training, Military Training, Communication Skills
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Blackwell, Cindy – Journal of Leadership Education, 2009
This commentary examines the question: Are academicians creating meaning about leadership for society, or are they creating, with research and theories, an even greater distance and disconnect? In a thought-provoking essay that raises as many questions as it answers, Cindy Blackwell challenges academics in particular to critically examine what is…
Descriptors: Leadership, Theories, Research, Social Problems
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Stech, Ernie – Journal of Leadership Education, 2008
In this commentary, Stech develops a rationale for leadership educators by discussing education, training, and development. He guides the reader through a discussion of instructional types and how each differs from the others. He provides a current view for how research in leadership education may be distinguished by the intention of the…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Leaders, Instructional Leadership, Leadership Effectiveness
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Robinson, Betty D. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2005
The present commentary is a call for the inclusion of international education (IE) as part of any leadership studies degree program. A review of the reasons supporting this position is provided, along with a discussion of issues to consider in including IE in the curriculum, particularly as they impact adult students.
Descriptors: International Education, Leadership Training, Inclusion, Curriculum