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Ann, Lorraine; Aziz, Zahra – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
Within education, the online forum is becoming a preferred mode of study across the globe and the COVID-19 era highlights its importance. Research around online education has concentrated on the USA and Europe, and this study sought to redress the Western bias by exploring and comparing the perceptions of six post-graduate East-African students…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Leadership Training, Transformational Leadership, Christianity
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Briscoe, Patricia – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
This exploratory case study adds to the growing literature on leaders and leadership development in communities experiencing poverty in the global south. It explores how leadership is conceptualized among community-identified leaders in Muñoz, Dominican Republic. Drawn from semistructured interviews, the eight participant narratives provide…
Descriptors: Poverty, Case Studies, Leadership Training, Human Capital
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Byrne, Virginia L.; Williams, Alexis Y.; Jardine, Hannah E.; Donlan, Alice E. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
Undergraduate academic peer mentors gain a deeper understanding of the academic content and develop professional teaching and coaching skills. While the value of this high impact practice is well documented for academic outcomes, little is known about the leadership self-efficacy that results from serving as an academic peer mentor. In this…
Descriptors: Mentors, Undergraduate Students, Peer Relationship, Coaching (Performance)
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Brooks, Andrea; Fitzpatrick, Suzanna; Dunlap, Eleanor – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
Teamwork is essential for patient safety as highly functioning teams make fewer errors. In high acuity academic medical centers, care delivery is complex and ever-changing, creating a high-risk environment for safety concerns. These intricate settings demand a collaborative approach to care delivery, where structured methods of teamwork and…
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations, Nursing, Teamwork, Leadership
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Fox, Brendon; Bourgeois, Jeff – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
The internationalization of United States higher education has been described as a "two-way street" where students arrive at knowledge transfer. That transfer occurs through a curriculum deemed "unidirectional" with no relevance to local issues or needs and results in limited application and educational colonialism perceptions.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cross Cultural Studies, Undergraduate Study, Leadership Training
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Beatty, Cameron C.; Manning-Ouellette, Amber – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
Pre COVID-19 there were a growing number of opportunities for study abroad across higher education in the United States, (Rosch & Haber-Curran, 2013; Martinez, 2012). This paper aims to examine phenomena surrounding outcomes of student abroad experiences while centering students' leadership learning. Centering leadership learning as a…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, College Students, Undergraduate Students, Foreign Countries
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McCarron, Graziella Pagliarulo; Zhou, Steven; Campbell, Alec; Muscente, Kailee Kodama; Schierbeek, Elizabeth – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
The purpose of this study was to explore how variables such as student demographics, pre-college leadership activities, and perceived pre-college parenting behaviors predict students' leader self-efficacy (i.e., individuals' confidence in themselves to lead and belief that others will support their leadership [Hannah et al., 2008]) in college and…
Descriptors: Student Characteristics, Background, Child Rearing, Parenting Styles
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Kim, Juhee – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
This study examines how extracurricular activity experiences affect students' leadership development outcomes. Students' leadership development outcomes are analyzed depend on general characteristics and collegiate/pre-collegiate experiences of extracurricular activities. The correlation to the individual, group, and community values of leadership…
Descriptors: Social Responsibility, Social Class, Gender Differences, Student Leadership
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Fagan, Helen Abdali Soosan; Guenther, Samantha; Wells, Brooke; Matkin, Gina S. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
The impending demographic shift in the United States (Vespa et al., 2020) will require leadership educators to reexamine the relationship between diversity and inclusive leadership. Our literature review revealed inclusive leadership has historically not been viewed with a diversity perspective. To better understand the link between diversity and…
Descriptors: Leadership Qualities, Diversity, Inclusion, Leadership Styles
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Windon, Suzanna; Stollar, Mariah – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
This study sought to assess perceptions of support for organizational change and model the relationship between support for organizational change and leadership competencies among Extension educators. The knowledge gained through this work should expand current understandings regarding the nature, scope, and value of support for organizational…
Descriptors: Organizational Change, Extension Education, Extension Agents, Leadership Qualities
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Orsini, Jonathan; Coers, Natalie – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
Students pursuing doctoral degrees are expected to become leaders in their disciplines. Given that, leadership development should be an important part of any curriculum that prepares doctoral students for professional careers after graduation. However, there are questions regarding the effectiveness and prevalence of formal leadership development…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Mentors
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Barnes, Emily; Gearin, Christopher – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
This qualitative study used a phenomenological approach to investigate the perspectives of 11 leaders in higher education. Specifically, we addressed the following research question: How do millennial leaders approach leadership in higher education? The study framework included adaptive leadership as a guide to understand the perspectives of newer…
Descriptors: Age Groups, Leadership, Leadership Styles, Higher Education
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Windon, Suzanna; Buchko, Olga – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
The purpose of this quantitative study was to assess the relationship between volunteer leadership competencies and stewardship action-taking experiences among Master Gardener (MG) and Master Watershed (MW) volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic. We collected data from 1196 Penn State Extension MG and MW respondents. The mean summative score for…
Descriptors: Volunteers, Leadership Qualities, Gardening, Natural Resources
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Buschlen, Eric – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
This narrative shares a personal account of how the actions of one person can truly motivate, inspire, and challenge another person to transform. This reflective story outlines the actions of my transformational leader and also indicates how those behaviors align with a transformational leadership model published well after the interaction. I also…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Transformational Leadership, Teacher Student Relationship, Teacher Influence
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Hill, John C. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2022
A proposition offered in this manuscript is that activist musicians use their musical competencies to enhance their social change strategies within the local community. However, it is unclear what strategies are being utilized by local activist musicians in order to reach collective action and achieve social and political change. A self-developed…
Descriptors: Musicians, Music, Social Change, Activism
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