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Flanigan, Rod L.; Bishop, Jacob L.; Brachle, Ben J.; Winn, Bradley A. – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2017
The present study builds on extant leadership literature by examining the role demographic variables (including age, tenure as a leader at the current company, experience in the industry, and level of education) play as moderating effects on the relationship between leadership style and small business financial performance in the national…
Descriptors: Leadership, Small Businesses, Leadership Styles, Individual Characteristics
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Speranza, Carly – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2017
Multinational organizations that have integrated female expatriates into their leadership ranks have experienced a number of benefits; yet, many organizations are hesitant to send females overseas because they perceive that women will have difficulty in the cross-cultural environment. This study contributes to the limited body of work on female…
Descriptors: Females, Women Administrators, Leadership Qualities, Foreign Countries
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Burns, Wallace A., Jr. – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2017
There are many harmful leadership styles--the egotistic leader, the incompetent leader, the ignorant leader, and leaders that are reckless, cruel, or even evil. To understand what ultimately are considered leadership traits that are contrary to good order, discipline and productivity, the author conducted a review of the literature to obtain a…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Antisocial Behavior, Literature Reviews, Classification
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El Turk, Sahar; Cherney, Isabelle D. – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2016
The purpose of this quantitative study was to identify the perceived barriers obstructing the implementation of online education by administrators and faculty at the School of Arts and Sciences of a U.S. university located in Lebanon. The aim of this study was to offer a solution to the most important perceived barriers to online education that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Statistical Analysis, Barriers, Online Courses
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Krusemark, Renee C. – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2016
Employers seek college graduates with leadership skills, but studies indicate not all students graduate with leadership ability. Furthermore, an interdisciplinary perspective of leadership implies that leadership learning and ability can be achieved with a variety of methods. This study sought to understand how reading fiction, including comic…
Descriptors: Leadership Qualities, Fiction, Cartoons, Books
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Tyler, Dawn E. – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2016
Principals of modern Title I elementary schools, where at least half of the student population lives in poverty, must possess a broader set of leadership skills than has been historically necessary. The ability to motivate teachers utilizing effective communication is one such skill set. This qualitative research proposes a division-level training…
Descriptors: Principals, Elementary Schools, Disadvantaged Youth, Poverty
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Smith, Deborah N.; Roebuck, Deborah; Elhaddaoui, Terri – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2016
The literature has traditionally portrayed work-life balance as a women's issue. However, working men, specifically those classified as Generation X and Generation Y, are starting to speak up and share that they too are struggling with integrating all aspects of their lives. Workers, as well as organizations can benefit when employees have a…
Descriptors: Leadership, Family Work Relationship, Males, Generational Differences
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Bogenschneider, Bret N. – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2016
The study of leadership is characterized by an expanding set of definitions of the term leadership. Some scholars even set out to know leadership by the identification of traits or behaviors of good leaders. However, the scientific study of leadership requires the identification of a causal theory of leadership. The scientific belief in causation…
Descriptors: Leadership, Epistemology, Attribution Theory, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Logan, Todd R. – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2016
Workplace incivility, or bullying, experienced by nurses has been shown to have negative consequences on nurses and the care they provide patients. Nurses' roles are being challenged in the healthcare environment because of incivility in the workplace. These negative outcomes exist despite the support provided by teams on which these nurses work.…
Descriptors: Work Environment, Teamwork, Interpersonal Relationship, Bullying
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Hollywood, Kathryn G.; Blaess, Donna A.; Santin, Claudia; Bloom, Lisa – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2016
Collaborative problem solving, creativity, innovation, and continuously improved performance outcomes are the normative expectations for organizations in the early 21st century. At the same time, workers seek not only equitable compensation for their efforts, but also opportunities for professional growth and development as well as acknowledgement…
Descriptors: Mentors, Coaching (Performance), Holistic Approach, Organizational Change
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Bakken, Richard; Dobbs, James – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2016
Based on our experiences at a military service academy and the study of leadership informing administrators in overseas branch campuses, we propose a link between conceptual leadership development in these learning environments and the relevance of the four types of knowledge--declarative, procedural, contextual, and somatic for educational…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Military Schools, Leadership Training, Case Studies
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Lawrence, Tom – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2015
Organizations face a myriad of challenges as the world interconnects through the process of globalization. In order to sustain viability and produce competitive advantage, organizations must develop a global communication strategy. Communication skills need to be developed at all levels of the organization, from a coherent mission statement to…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Leadership, Communication Strategies, Communication Skills
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Brock, Barbara L.; Cherney, Isabelle D.; Martin, Jim R.; Breen, Jennifer Moss; Oltman, Gretchen – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2015
Building a doctoral program in leadership is never an easy task, and building an interdisciplinary doctoral program is even more difficult. Yet, it is the interdisciplinary approach that differentiates typical leadership programs from others and offers learners an integrated view of leadership theories and practices. This special report presents…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Interdisciplinary Approach, Leadership, Program Development
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Cook, Karen F. – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2015
Although the tenets of modern servant leadership originated by Greenleaf (1970) have long been applied to service enterprise, no known research has applied the principles to the self-perception of AmeriCorps volunteers who commit to one year of service. The purpose of this mixed-method study was to determine whether volunteers who commit to one…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Self Concept, Mixed Methods Research, Volunteers
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Leggio, William J., Jr.; D'Alessandro, Kenneth J. – Creighton Journal of Interdisciplinary Leadership, 2015
This article analyzes the need for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) educational programs and academicians to develop interdisciplinary educational and training opportunities with other healthcare disciplines. A literature review was conducted on EMS education and interdisciplinary approaches in healthcare education. In general, support for both…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Professional Training, Emergency Medical Technicians, Allied Health Occupations Education
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