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Martinez, Nicholas; Sowcik, Matthew J.; Bunch, James Charles – Journal of Leadership Education, 2020
Socially responsible leadership (SRL) is a "purposeful, collaborative, values-based process that results in positive social change" (Komives, Wagner, & Associates, 2009, p. xii).This approach to leadership focuses on creating leaders that are capable of tackling the predicted wicked problems the world will face in the next few…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Extracurricular Activities, Social Responsibility, Student Development
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Franzen, Roberta Maldonado – Journal of Leadership Education, 2020
Expectations continue to evolve in today's work environment. An innovative practice between university and industry partners has emerged as a response to these expectations. In this trend, programs prepare college students with essential skills before entering the workforce. One such partnership created a leadership development program for…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Program Evaluation, Mentors, Work Environment
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Rosch, David M.; Headrick, Jason – Journal of Leadership Education, 2020
The Collegiate Leadership Competition (CLC) is a fast-growing tool for post-secondary student leadership development. There, teams practice with a coach for several months, then compete against teams from other institutions to win competitions based on achieving outcomes and demonstrating effective leadership practices (e.g., authentic…
Descriptors: Competition, Leadership Training, Student Leadership, College Students
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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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Schuleigh, Vivien E.; Malouff, John M.; Schutte, Nicola S.; Loi, Natasha M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
This research examined the effects of meeting leader behavior on organizational meetings. Two studies investigated whether leader behavior that satisfies the psychological needs of meeting attendees, leads to higher levels of meeting productivity and satisfaction. Study 1 used correlational methods, with regression-based mediation analysis, to…
Descriptors: Meetings, Administrator Behavior, Leadership Effectiveness, Psychological Needs
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Speranza, Carly R.; Pierce, Angela – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
This application brief describes the implementation of a leadership education experiential and reflective written and presentation exercise to assist graduate and executive-level students to develop, articulate, and present their leadership philosophy to a small group of peers in effort to advance their leadership identity and prepare for an…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Educational Philosophy, Leadership Effectiveness, Program Implementation
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Smist, Jennifer A.; Rosch, David M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Existing leadership research focuses more on single experiences than the sustained application of skills beyond the formal leadership program. Using data from 124 college students who participated in a six-day leadership development program, this study used a four-phase longitudinal approach to examine influences on students' leadership capacity…
Descriptors: Family Income, Predictor Variables, Campuses, Student Participation
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Posner, Barry Z. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Research in corporate settings has demonstrated the importance of leaders seeking feedback on such dimensions as credibility, effectiveness, engagement, and productivity. This study looked at feedback seeking behavior by student leaders. Explored were the extent to which feedback-seeking impacted how people felt when working with leaders, and how…
Descriptors: Student Leadership, Feedback (Response), Age Differences, Gender Differences
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Henkel, Tom; Marion, Jim; Bourdeau, Debra – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
In this paper, we examined managers' leadership behavior when working on a simulated team project regarding task-oriented versus relationship-oriented leadership behavior to effectively achieve successful project completion. Managers attending an advanced project management development program responded to the Fielder Leadership Behavior Style…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Administrator Behavior, Program Administration, Job Performance
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Allen, William E. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
Creating a logical and consistent picture of the state of leadership theory and research is a difficult task (Hernandez, Eberly, Avolio, & Johnson, 2011). Attempts to describe leadership studies occasionally include words such as "paradox," "inconsistencies," "contradictions," and "messy" (Brungardt,…
Descriptors: Leadership, Theories, Leadership Qualities, Attribution Theory
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Rosch, David M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
This study examined the differences between a multi-campus sample of university students who reported consistent participation in formal leadership development programs (n=414) and a comparison sample (n=153) with no prior experience across three diverse post-secondary institutions in the United States. Both samples were matched with regard to…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Higher Education, Comparative Analysis, Racial Identification
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Souba, Wiley W.; Souba, Matthew H. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
Each of us has an implicit leadership theory, a mental model we are largely unaware of, that represents the skills, traits, and qualities that define effective leaders. Curiously, the peer reviewed literature has reported almost exclusively on the ideal attributes of leaders, overlooking the axiomatic and taken-for-granted views people have about…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Misconceptions, Schemata (Cognition), Leadership Effectiveness
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Duncan, Dennis W.; Birdsong, Victoria; Fuhrman, Nicholas; Borron, Abigail – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
At perhaps all levels of education, strong leadership skills are often equated with the ability to engage in critical thinking, and effective oral and written communication. The purpose of this study was to identify the self-perceived expansion of animal health interns' leadership, critical thinking and communication competencies using the…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Leadership Training, Leadership Effectiveness, Communication Skills
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Romsa, Bryan; Romsa, Katelyn; Lim, Jon; Wurdinger, Scott – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Researchers have discovered that service learning affects students' academic, personal, and social development. However, currently there is a gap in literature analyzing ways in which service learning affects students' perceived leadership skills. This study examined the effectiveness of service learning on the perceived leadership skills of 74…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, Leadership Training, Service Learning
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Moll, Jochen; Kretzschmar, Louise – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Due to the many changes that have occurred over the last two decades, especially in connection with the "new managerialism", academia is a complex working environment. Multiple skills are demanded from professors, such as acting as entrepreneurs and mentors with designated leadership competences. This paper investigates the leadership…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Leadership Styles, College Faculty, Teacher Leadership
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