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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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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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Winton, Steven L.; Palmer, Sarah; Hughes, Patrick J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
Leadership education must evolve to keep pace with the growing recognition that effective leadership happens in a complex environment and is as much a systemic variable as a personal one. As part of a program review process, a graduate leadership program at a private Midwestern university conducted a qualitative review of 18 online graduate…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Leadership Training, Qualitative Research, Graduate Study
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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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Seemiller, Corey; Priest, Kerry L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
There is a great deal of literature on leadership education best-practices (e.g., curricular considerations, teaching strategies, assessment of learning). Yet, to be a leadership educator is more than having knowledge or expertise of content and pedagogy. Perceptions, experiences, and values of leadership educators comprise a professional identity…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Best Practices, Professional Identity, Qualitative Research
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Manning-Ouellette, Amber; Black, Katie M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
As online education offerings are extended to more students, organizations are increasingly interested in the effectiveness of online learning compared to a traditional classroom. The need for research on the learning outcomes of students is imperative. The purpose of this study is to compare student learning in a traditional classroom with the…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Qualitative Research, Online Courses, Experiential Learning
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Preston-Cunningham, Tammie; Elbert, Chanda D.; Dooley, Kim E. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
The researchers employed qualitative methods to evaluate first-year female students' definition of "leadership" through involvement in the Women's Learning Circle. The findings revealed that students defined leadership in two dimensions: traits and behaviors. The qualitative findings explore a multidimensional approach to the voices of…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, College Freshmen, Females, Definitions
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Fritz, Mackenzie R.; Guthrie, Kathy L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Values clarification is a dynamic process in which people come to understand what they individually view as important in their lives by placing a name or label to what one values. This process commonly occurs during the traditional college years and is a critical component of leadership education. This qualitative study examined how junior-level…
Descriptors: Values Clarification, Leadership Training, Qualitative Research, Undergraduate Students
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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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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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Sorensen, Tyson J.; McKim, Aaron J.; Velez, Jonathan J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
Leadership development among postsecondary students can occur through a variety of experiences; one such experience is a leadership minor. The purpose of this descriptive interpretive study was to analyze students' experiences while enrolled in a leadership minor with a focus on exploring evidence of leadership identity development. By exploring…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Leadership, Leadership Training, Professional Identity
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White, Jillian Volpe; Guthrie, Kathy L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
This article examines the use of a book discussion as an instructional tool for developing leadership exploration competency skills in university students, as it pertains to the study of women and leadership. A book discussion centered on Sheryl Sandberg's book "Lean In" was held as a means to conceptualize discourse regarding leadership…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Reflection, College Students, Females
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Buschlen, Eric; Warner, Cathleen; Goffnett, Sean – Journal of Leadership Education, 2015
Each year, millions of people around the world are affected by natural disasters. Following these disasters, many students from colleges and universities arrive to support the affected areas. These seamless leadership learning opportunities engage students by allowing them to implement the concepts they learned in a classroom. Humanitarian relief…
Descriptors: Natural Disasters, Leadership Training, College Students, Student Leadership
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Odom, Summer F. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2015
This exploratory, qualitative, descriptive study examined undergraduate student perspectives of pedagogy used in an undergraduate leadership elective course to describe how students view the effectiveness and impact of pedagogies used in the course. Undergraduate students (n = 28) reflected on the effectiveness of the pedagogies and the learning…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, Teaching Methods, Leadership Training
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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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