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Roupnel, Servane; Rinfre, Natalie; Grenier, Jennifer – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
In order to respond to the many challenges that confront them, organizations must assist their leaders to develop their personal and professional strengths. The development of leaders and leadership involves more than just the development of knowledge and must become an integral part of the organizational culture so as to also develop know-how and…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Coaching (Performance), Mentors, Experiential Learning
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Hofmann, Sara – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Over the past decade, a growing number of institutions of higher education have added leadership studies as a formal academic program of study. In many instances, however, students have not been included as partners or stakeholders in the design and delivery of leadership education, and student motivation and retention have subsequently suffered…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Leadership Training, Fellowships, Program Development
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Tabak, Filiz; Lebron, Mariana – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
This paper describes the implementation of a role-play exercise to illustrate the influence of followership styles and effective communication on leader-follower relationship formation and development. We provide the pedagogical theory and evidence behind using role-plays in classroom settings, followed by a literature review pertaining to…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Experiential Learning, Communication Skills, Skill Development
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DiPaolo, Donald G. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
This article advocates a new approach to how we work with the millions of student-athletes in schools by examining a more holistic model of player development. Rather than assisting students in separate silos and initiatives, the argument is made for integrating the areas of leadership education, performance psychology, and personal development…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Training Methods, Athletes, College Athletics
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Friesen, Katherine L.; Stephens, Clinton M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
In response to the National Leadership Education Agenda, this application brief furthers priority one, addressing the teaching, learning, and curriculum development of leadership education. The ability of students to demonstrate leadership outcome mastery in areas of communication, self-awareness, interpersonal interactions, and civic…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Leadership, Questioning Techniques, Teaching Methods
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Sweet, Kati; Bruce, Jackie – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
In a world where more and more emphasis is being put on the importance of teaching leadership skills to work ready undergraduate students, instructors are often met with the challenge of finding current, engaging, real world examples to use in their classrooms. In the case of this application, the instructors propose the use of the characters and…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Leadership Training, Undergraduate Students, Media Adaptation
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Terry, Helen; Liller, Karen D. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2014
The purpose of this article is to describe the Doctoral Student Leadership Institute, an initiative developed to hone the leadership skills of doctoral students from a wide range of disciplines. The components of the Institute and preliminary assessment measures with findings are discussed. We particularly were pleased with the outcomes of the…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Student Leadership, Leadership Training, Institutes (Training Programs)
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Simpson, Annie E.; Evans, Greg J.; Reeve, Doug – Journal of Leadership Education, 2012
The Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow Program (LOT) is a comprehensive curricular, co-curricular, extra-curricular leadership development initiative for engineering students. LOT envisions: "an engineering education that is a life-long foundation for transformational leaders and outstanding citizens." Academic courses, co-curricular certificate…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Leadership, Chemical Engineering, Data Analysis
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Lockett, Landry L.; Boyd, Barry – Journal of Leadership Education, 2012
This article describes how professionals leading volunteers can purposefully work toward developing the "leadership identity" of individual volunteers. These concepts and the application of them are presented in the context of Cooperative Extension volunteer groups. Specific methods of developing the leadership identity and capacity of individual…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Extension Education, Leadership, Volunteers
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Gifford, Gregory T. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2010
Web-based resources are increasing both in number and conventionality. In particular, blogs have become a popular method for self-expression. Educators have been encouraged to utilize blogs in the classroom. This paper presents a model for effectively using blogs in the leadership classroom to enhance critical thinking capacity and provide…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Leadership Training, Technology Uses in Education, Classroom Techniques
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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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Guthrie, Kathy L.; Thompson, Sara – Journal of Leadership Education, 2010
As leadership educators we aim to provide students with opportunities necessary to gain knowledge and appropriate leadership skills. Valuable opportunities developed through Student Affairs and Academic Affairs collaborations which enhance learning through co-curricular and curricular experiences in leadership education will be explored. Present…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Administrator Education, Educational Environment, Educational Opportunities
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Phipps, Kelly A. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2010
A connection between servant leadership and constructive developmental theory is proposed. A theoretical framework is offered that examines the subject and object relationship for servant leaders at progressive stages of meaning making, showing how the way leaders make meaning of service evolves with their constructive development. The framework…
Descriptors: Leadership, Leadership Effectiveness, Leadership Qualities, Leadership Styles
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Gray, Tara D.; Callahan, Jamie – Journal of Leadership Education, 2008
Skills Approach leadership development suggests individuals can develop the skills, abilities, and behaviors needed to lead. However, it can be difficult to understand and apply these theoretical concepts. Movies provide a storytelling platform enabling learners to link theory to practice. This article uses "300" to explore skills-based…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Skill Development, Teaching Methods, Films
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Tack, Martha W.; McNutt, Mindy S. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2004
Effective leaders are decision makers, strategic planners, calculated risk-takers, and highly skilled negotiators. Interestingly, the critical skill of negotiating is not one that most women naturally demonstrate. Because the majority of women in the workplace do not negotiate, they often do not advance as quickly as they should, nor do their…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Females, Persuasive Discourse, Salaries
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