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Graham, T. Scott; Ackermann, J. Cooper; Maxwell, Kristi K. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2004
Emotional intelligence (EI) is emerging as an area of interest in leadership development. Recent research stresses how valuable strong EI skills are to the success of the person, team, organization, and society. Unlike IQ, emotional intelligence skills can be improved with focused training, coaching, and lifespan experiences. Effectively used,…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Emotional Response, Films, Leadership Training
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Johnson, Craig – Journal of Leadership Education, 2003
Top officials at Enron abused their power and privileges, manipulated information, engaged in inconsistent treatment of internal and external constituencies, put their own interests above those of their employees and the public, and failed to exercise proper oversight or shoulder responsibility for ethical failings. Followers were all too quick to…
Descriptors: Corporations, Leadership Training, Teaching Methods, Ethics
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Harter, Nathan – Journal of Leadership Education, 2003
In the 1880s, William James argued that individuals do make a difference in history, and that the study of influential people is a defensible academic pursuit. The literature on leadership today raises three distinct challenges to his position: (a) that everyone is a leader, (b) that no one is a leader, and (c) that leadership is self-leadership.…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Teaching Methods, History, Speeches
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Cartwright, Sharon – Journal of Leadership Education, 2002
One of the key purposes of leadership education is to influence people's thinking and behavior to become more effective leaders. Leading is about transformation. The intent of double-loop learning is also transformation; the transformation of deeply held perspectives of the world in which we work and act. Double-loop learning can be viewed as a…
Descriptors: Leadership, Educational Strategies, Learning Processes, Leadership Training
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Huber, Nancy S. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2002
Leadership is cast in many roles and, thus, leadership educators may be found in a variety of venues, including youth club organizers, junior high and high school teachers, college professors, student program directors in higher education, community development professionals, military trainers, religious groups, human resource development…
Descriptors: Leadership, Leadership Training, Definitions, Educational Objectives
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Townsend, Christine D. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2002
Leadership is a word that spins through personal and professional conversations. Although leadership is an important topic and successful leaders are emerging, questions continue to surround this dynamic concept. Leadership educators are on the cusp; they hold the educational keys to unlock the mysteries of leadership. Leadership educators are…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Administrator Education, Cultural Differences, Culturally Relevant Education
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Dean, Mark L.; Meyer, Andrew A. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2002
Executive coaching is an emerging field with broad demand and subsequent growth in service providers. The International Coach Federation (ICF) reports a membership of over 5500 coaches, and there is likely a large but indeterminate number of practicing coaches that do not belong to that organization. Enterprises around the globe are utilizing the…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Models, Leadership Training, Employment Qualifications
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Curtin, Joseph L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2002
Businesses use both classroom and facilitation forms of leadership development. In this article I describe over 20 leadership-development methods, placing them in either of two categories, classroom or facilitation. I then provide the results of a quick survey of leadership development companies on the Internet, over 200 in all, about which group…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Internet, Corporations, Teaching Methods
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Culp, Kenneth, III; Cox, Kathryn J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2002
Leadership educators must consider how to most effectively develop youth knowledge, skills, attitudes, aspirations and leadership abilities when facilitating leadership development. During the first two millennia, leadership was adult-centered, with little focus on development. To develop effective leadership programs, it is essential that…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Social Influences, Adults, Program Effectiveness
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Walker, Katey – Journal of Leadership Education, 2002
One of the founders of the Association of Leadership Educators in the late 1980s, Katey Walker explores the history of the association and the incremental development of the idea of a journal to support professional development among leadership educators.
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Periodicals, Professional Associations, History
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