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Greenhaw, Laura L.; Denny, Marina D'Abreau – Journal of Leadership Education, 2020
It is common for professionals in technical and science-related careers to interact with colleagues and the general public frequently in their daily work. However, most do not receive any education or practice developing interpersonal skills. Thus, these professionals may struggle to create positive interactions, especially while in leadership…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, 21st Century Skills, Emotional Intelligence, Power Structure
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Kaoun, Tarek M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
As an adult-learning practitioner, I am intrigued by the process of helping learners, especially leaders, develop through the affective domain. Although leaders in my experience often comprehend the lexicon of emotional intelligence (EI), incorporating EI for leadership development has proven elusive. While research suggests EI is difficult to…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Metacognition, Leadership Effectiveness, Adult Educators
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Priest, Kerry L.; Kliewer, Brandon W.; Stephens, Clinton M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
Bringing together leadership educators from 11 programs in Kansas, the Leadership Studies Summit fostered new initiatives and strengthened collegial networks. The summit responded to local and national expressed needs for intensive dialogue focusing on collaboration and capacity building among leadership educators for advancing the common good.…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Conferences (Gatherings), Collegiality, Capacity Building
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Baublits, Jennifer L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2014
With increasing acceptance of followership as a counterpart of leadership, the study of followership within graduate-level leadership and business curricula should be equally considered. Further, an understanding of andragogy, or adult education theory, is of benefit with the inclusion of creativity within a followership curriculum. By developing…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Business Administration Education, Graduate Students, Andragogy
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Lockett, Landry L.; Boyd, Barry – Journal of Leadership Education, 2012
This article describes how professionals leading volunteers can purposefully work toward developing the "leadership identity" of individual volunteers. These concepts and the application of them are presented in the context of Cooperative Extension volunteer groups. Specific methods of developing the leadership identity and capacity of individual…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Extension Education, Leadership, Volunteers
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Brown, LeAnn M.; Whitaker, Brett L.; Brungardt, Curtis L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2012
Many traditional leadership education paradigms are challenged by the transformational nature of globalization and are limited in application in diverse and complex contexts. In order to address these issues, a new framework must be adopted within higher education leadership programs to educate the next generation of global leaders. This paper…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Models, Global Approach, Social Theories
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Curtin, Joseph L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2002
Businesses use both classroom and facilitation forms of leadership development. In this article I describe over 20 leadership-development methods, placing them in either of two categories, classroom or facilitation. I then provide the results of a quick survey of leadership development companies on the Internet, over 200 in all, about which group…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Internet, Corporations, Teaching Methods