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Priest, Kerry L.; Seemiller, Corey – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
In an effort to better understand leadership educator preparation, this qualitative study explores leadership educators' identity constructions, or (re)presentations of experiences, beliefs, and practices that contribute to one's professional identity. We used three narrative approaches (storytelling, symbolic interactionism, and anticipatory…
Descriptors: Beliefs, Leadership Training, Professional Identity, Learning Experience
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Strawn, Kellie; McKim, Aaron J.; Velez, Jonathan J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
This qualitative study explored the leadership development outcomes associated with specific experiences in a one-year, intensive leadership development program at a large northwest research university. Students highlighted three programmatic experiences for their effectiveness: (a) faculty mentoring, (b) participation in a weekly seminar, and (c)…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Mentors, Outcomes of Education, Experiential Learning
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Downing, Megan S. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
In a qualitative study assessing students' perceptions of faculty-student interaction in the online learning environment, findings demonstrated that students make meaning of faculty-student interaction in ways that align with authentic leadership behaviors. Faculty interaction, or lack thereof, shaped students' perceptions of faculty authenticity…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Classroom Environment, Student Attitudes, Qualitative Research
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Wildermuth, Cristina de-Mello-e-Souza; Smith-Bright, Elaine; Noll-Wilson, Sarah; Fink, Alex – Journal of Leadership Education, 2015
Case in Point (CIP) is an interactive leadership development method pioneered by Ronald Heifetz. CIP instructors follow a fluid class structure, in which group dynamics and student concerns become catalysts for learning. CIP proponents defend the method's potential to help students experience real life leadership challenges. To date, however, very…
Descriptors: Risk, Rewards, Teaching Methods, College Faculty
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Ingerson, Kati; Bruce, Jackie; Jayaratne, Jay; Kistler, Mark – Journal of Leadership Education, 2014
Through the study of leadership, the concept of leadership effectiveness and its importance has emerged. Effective leadership contributes to successful organizations (Amagoh, 2009; Leithwood, Jantzi, & Steinbach, 1999). According to Gordon & Yukl (2004), because of constantly changing environments, it is important to continue research in…
Descriptors: Department Heads, Agricultural Education, Rural Extension, Leadership
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Bateh, Justin; Heyliger, Wilton – Journal of Leadership Education, 2014
This article examines the impact of three leadership styles as a predictor of job satisfaction in a state university system. The Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire was used to identify the leadership style of an administrator as perceived by faculty members. Spector's Job Satisfaction Survey was used to assess a faculty member's level of job…
Descriptors: Administrator Characteristics, College Administration, Leadership Styles, College Faculty
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Coers, Natalie; Lorensen, Marianne; Anderson, James C., II. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2009
Working in groups and teams is a common practice in today's college classroom, partly in order to meet the growing demand by employers that students entering the workforce have leadership and group experience. This practice has many inherent benefits and challenges. The experiences created must meet the needs of both students and other…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Leadership Training, Course Content, Undergraduate Students