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Brue, Krystal L.; Brue, Shawn A. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
This article analyzes women's only leadership development training to determine how leadership roles are conceptualized and implemented, how women independently and collectively construct new leadership role identities, and how leadership identities are retained post training. Themes of nested validation, accepting the belonging narrative,…
Descriptors: Leadership Role, Leadership Training, Females, Self Concept
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Jenkins, Jacob R. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
The purpose of this paper is to develop a set of elements that Intelligence Community (IC) leadership can use as a framework to transition leadership development courses from the current face-to-face format to the virtual environment. IC employees face unique leadership challenges, and broader application of leadership development is needed. Due…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Electronic Learning, Qualitative Research, Phenomenology
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Boren, Amy E.; Morales, Sarahi – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
The purpose of this study was to explore how team members identify the social loafers on their teams and how they explain and manage social loafers' behavior. The participants (n = 49) in the study included members of student teams participating in a service project as a part of their coursework. We collected multiple sources of information:…
Descriptors: Teamwork, Cooperative Learning, Group Dynamics, Student Behavior
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Andenoro, Anthony C.; Sowcik, Matthew J.; Balser, Teresa C. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Complex and adaptive challenges threaten human well-being and sustainability. However, our leadership graduates often lack the capacity and or commitment to address these challenges in a meaningful way. This paper details a five-year study exploring the impact of an interdisciplinary undergraduate course on the development of global capacities,…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Interdisciplinary Approach, Undergraduate Students, Global Approach
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Herd, Ann M.; Adams-Pope, Brittany L.; Bowers, Amanda; Sims, Brittany – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
As the world of healthcare changes rapidly, healthcare leaders and managers must hone their leadership competencies in order to remain effective in their organizations. With changes such as the Affordable Care Act, increasing medical school costs, decreased graduation rates, and increased needs for care, how are current and future healthcare…
Descriptors: Health Services, Best Practices, Leadership Effectiveness, Administrator Attitudes
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Banerjee, Dina – Journal of Leadership Education, 2015
Very little is known about leadership at an individual level in the scholarship of leadership and social change. In this study using institutional ethnography as a research method, I survey graduate students of the Organizational Development and Leadership program of a mid-Atlantic university. Qualitative data analyses reveal that majority of the…
Descriptors: Social Change, Leadership, Organizational Development, Graduate Students
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McKim, Aaron J.; Sorensen, Tyson J.; Velez, Jonathan J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2015
Researchers conducted a qualitative analysis of students' experiences while enrolled in an interdisciplinary leadership minor with the intent to determine programmatic inputs that spur leadership development. Based on students' reflections, three domains of programmatic inputs for leadership development within the minor were identified. These…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Interdisciplinary Approach, Undergraduate Students, Specialization
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Grunwell, Stewart G. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2015
This study seeks to examine the processes through which leadership is fostered and developed within student leadership development programs. While there has been some scholarly literature written in this area, a dearth in the literature exists with respect to providing a detailed chronicle and examination of the complete processes employed within…
Descriptors: Student Leadership, Leadership Training, Qualitative Research, Interviews
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Gordon, B. Lynn; Ellis, Jason D. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2013
Leadership has been deeply studied in the literature; however, little research exists studying the role of volunteer peer leaders in non-formalized leadership roles in membership-based organizations. This phenomenological study was designed to explore the experience of beef industry leaders in leadership roles. Twelve active beef industry…
Descriptors: Agricultural Production, Phenomenology, Leadership Training, Decision Making
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Owens, Michael A. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2010
The purpose of this work is to describe how leaders of the Upward Bound (UB) program at a university in the western United States described their leadership roles in the program. It is a qualitative study based on data drawn from interviews, observations, written material, and field observations conducted over two years. Participants described…
Descriptors: Leadership Role, Administrator Attitudes, Qualitative Research, Interviews
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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
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Rosser, Manda; Stedman, Nicole L. P.; Elbert, Chanda; Rutherford, Tracy – Journal of Leadership Education, 2009
Many youth leadership organizations exist today and provide a variety of leadership experiences. One such organization provides a week long leadership experience to high school students with its primary purpose being to guide students through a process of identifying a community need and developing a plan to address that need. This article reports…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Youth Leaders, Leadership Training, National Programs
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Ricketts, Kristina G. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2009
Many rural communities are experiencing a diversity of issues, but what part does leadership play in these communities? This qualitative study describes the environment within two communities in the southeast focusing on community variables of psychological sense of community, community leadership, and social capital. Leaders were identified and a…
Descriptors: Student Leadership, Rural Areas, Qualitative Research, Sense of Community
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Horstmeier, Robin Peiter; Nall, Martha A. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2007
This study sought to understand FFA leadership activities and member role in planning these activities. Qualitative research methods were used to gain insight into the perceptions of FFA members. Twelve chapters from 11 different states participated in four focus group sessions at the National FFA Convention. Youth participating in the focus group…
Descriptors: Rural Areas, Focus Groups, Interviews, Conferences (Gatherings)
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Cugliari, Christine Wetherholt; Earnest, Garee W. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2007
This study of philanthropy donors in Appalachian Ohio was conducted with the purpose of understanding giving within a rural region. The research was initiated with an ultimate goal of increasing endowed assets in communities that are experiencing philanthropic poverty. The data collected from donors utilizing post-positivist qualitative research…
Descriptors: Private Financial Support, Philanthropic Foundations, Donors, Rural Areas
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