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Tessema, Kedir – Journal of Leadership Education, 2020
Designing learning experiences that mimic real-life contexts has always been a challenge for leadership educators. As a result, many educators in leadership courses rely on studies of leadership perspectives, self-assessment activities, and textbook case analysis. However, many educators also successfully design microlevel processes and…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Leadership Training, Experiential Learning, Group Dynamics
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Herndon, Keith L.; Norsworthy, Charlotte F.; Kor-Sins, Ryan – Journal of Leadership Education, 2020
This innovative practice paper explains a classroom leadership exercise that asks students to identify anonymous people as either Democrats or Republicans based only on brief descriptions. Students are challenged to explore the reasons behind the identifications they make, specifically confronting the trigger words that lead them to assign a…
Descriptors: Political Attitudes, Stereotypes, Social Bias, Leadership
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Haber-Curran, Paige; Guramatunhu Cooper, Nyasha – Journal of Leadership Education, 2020
Alongside the growing emphasis on global education within higher education is a greater focus on global leadership and global citizenship within leadership education. In this application manuscript the authors provide examples and discussion of how they have used the Emotionally Intelligent Leadership model as a framework for teaching leadership…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Training, Higher Education
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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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Mitchell, Tyree D.; Daugherty, Jenny – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
As leadership continues to be a targeted outcome of student learning within higher education, university faculty are left with the challenge of how to best teach and develop leadership in college students. Students are a key component of undergraduate leadership education; their motivations, learning goals, and understanding of their experiences…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, College Faculty, Teaching Methods
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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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Iverson, Susan V.; McKenzie, Brenda L.; Halman, Malina – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Given societal calls for transformational leadership that will lift people to higher levels of motivation and critical consciousness, this paper critiques existing student leadership education efforts and proposes that leadership educators adopt core tenets of feminism in order to prepare students to be engaged, change-oriented leaders in their…
Descriptors: Feminism, Transformational Leadership, Criticism, Student Leadership
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Mainiero, Lisa A.; Mangini, David M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
This article showcases how mobile app technology can enhance leadership education through a new mobile app called "My Student Leader." "My Student Leader" represents a novel approach to leadership education so that students may use smartphone technology to enhance student leadership development on campus. The app facilitates…
Descriptors: Student Leadership, Leadership Training, Computer Software, Telecommunications
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Oberg, Madeline Grace; Andenoro, Anthony C. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
The overwhelming rise of leadership learning programs and experiences within higher education merits the exploration and identification of best practices, reduction of limiting educational methodologies, and strategies for promoting efficient and effective leadership education has never been greater. This study explores the barriers inherent to…
Descriptors: Student Leadership, Undergraduate Students, Barriers, Teacher Attitudes
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Jenkins, Daniel M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Little is known about the leadership educators who work in more than 2,000 leadership programs worldwide. This phenomenological study of 13 experienced leadership educators from four states and 11 universities explored the lived experiences of becoming and being a leadership educator in higher education. Four sub themes emerged from participants'…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Phenomenology, Experienced Teachers, Advocacy
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Bourgeois, Jeff; Bravo, Cris – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Leadership education seeks to develop leadership knowledge and skills for a universal student body. Challenges arise in English-speaking classes when student populations are comprised entirely of nonnative speakers. Activities accommodating multimodal concepts of learning may better facilitate knowledge acquisition and provide context in light of…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Collins, Daniel P.; Bruce, Jacklyn; McKee, Katherine – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Using literature as the catalyst for change is grounded in Freirean pedagogy. In the case of the Oaks Leadership Scholars, leadership educators are crafting an environment for building transformative leadership skills using texts calling for the enactment of justice and equity as a starting point for capacity building and self-reflection. Students…
Descriptors: Transformational Leadership, Social Justice, Leadership Training, Agricultural Education
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Grossman, Greg; Sharf, Ruth – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
We examined a large multi-year undergraduate leadership development program (LDP) across seven universities and used an integrated framework of transformational leadership and situational judgment tests (SJTs) during a critical and formative period of leadership development. This study was the first to show a significant relationship between…
Descriptors: Transformational Leadership, Situational Tests, Leadership Training, Leadership Styles
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Cleverley-Thompson, Shannon – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
The ability to tell stories can be an important leadership attribute and skill to master in order to be a successful leader (Baldoni, 2003; Denning, 2004; Kouzes & Posner, 2012). Storytelling is a central component of effective communication for leaders and a skill to master for future leadership success. This paper supports active learning,…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Teaching Methods, Leadership Training, Educational Practices
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Jenkins, Daniel M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
This study compares the differences in instructional and assessment strategy use between instructors who teach undergraduate- and graduate-level face-to-face, academic credit-bearing leadership studies courses. Findings suggest that, overall, discussion-based pedagogies, case studies, and self-assessments are the most frequently used instructional…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Leadership Training, Educational Strategies, College Programs
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