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Nelson, Tenneisha; Squires, Vicki – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Organizations are faced with solving increasingly complex problems. Addressing these issues requires effective leadership that can facilitate a collaborative problem solving approach where multiple perspectives are leveraged. In this conceptual paper, we critique the effectiveness of earlier leadership models in tackling complex organizational…
Descriptors: Transformational Leadership, Participative Decision Making, Cooperative Planning, Problem Solving
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Andenoro, Anthony C.; Sowcik, Matthew J.; Balser, Teresa C. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Complex and adaptive challenges threaten human well-being and sustainability. However, our leadership graduates often lack the capacity and or commitment to address these challenges in a meaningful way. This paper details a five-year study exploring the impact of an interdisciplinary undergraduate course on the development of global capacities,…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Interdisciplinary Approach, Undergraduate Students, Global Approach
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Sowcik, Matthew J.; Andenoro, Anthony C.; Council, Austin – Journal of Leadership Education, 2017
Now and into the foreseeable future, both effective leadership and creativity are going to be important when addressing complex problems. The connection between effective leadership and creativity will be critical as leaders look to turn big ideas into innovative solutions. However, it seems that there is often a disconnect between the two…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Leadership Qualities, Leadership Effectiveness, Creativity
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Kamler, Estelle – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
Decision-making is key to being an effective administrator. The saying, "You are only as good as your last shot," sometimes applies to the way principals feel when a new plan that addresses a problem is met with opposition from disapproving faculty, staff, parents, or students. Experienced school principals learned early in their career…
Descriptors: Leaders, Decision Making, Theory Practice Relationship, Principals
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Lamm, Alexa J.; Lamm, Kevan W.; Rodriguez, Mary T.; Owens, Courtney T. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
Individuals expected to offer leadership are often chosen based on their power position within the field of interest and specialization in the context area being addressed and not on their leadership style. Leadership education curriculum often focuses on change as a product of leadership and leadership styles but places little emphasis on how the…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Leadership Effectiveness, Organizational Change, Curriculum Development
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Miguel, Rosanna F.; Allen, Scott J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
The present study was designed to examine the measurement of the Emotionally Intelligent Leadership (EIL) construct and to provide evidence of validation for the multidimensional Emotionally Intelligence Leadership for Students: Inventory 2.0 (EILS:I 2.0). The EILS:I 2.0 is a self-report assessment of emotionally intelligent leadership in the…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Measures (Individuals), Test Validity
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Martin, Beth Ann; Allen, Scott J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
This research assesses the Know, See, Plan, portions of the Know, See, Plan, Do (KSPD) model for curriculum design in leadership education. There were 3 graduate student groups, each taught using 1 of 3 different curriculum designs (KSPD and 2 control groups). Based on a pretest, post-test design, students' performance was measured to assess their…
Descriptors: Models, Curriculum Design, Leadership Training, Graduate Students
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Collier, Daniel A.; Rosch, David M. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
International student enrollment in the U.S. higher education system has recently experienced profound growth. This research examines leadership-oriented differences between international and domestic students and focuses on their growth in capacity associated with participation in co-curricular leadership programs. Similarly-sized gains emerged…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Foreign Students, Student Participation, Program Effectiveness
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Morgan, Stacie; Manganaro, Michelle – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
Leadership education and training are challenging, multidimensional undertakings that require a willingness to engage in deep personal growth as the most critical antecedent to learning. This article explores the strategic alignment of values, efficacy, and goals using two tools in practice, which are part of a current research design. The…
Descriptors: Teamwork, Higher Education, Research Design, Leadership Effectiveness
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Carney, Nancy; Jensen, Michael; Ballarini, Nicolas; Echeverria, Jeronima; Nettleton, Tracie; Stillwell, Molly; Erhard, Werner – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
This pilot is a pre/post comparative assessment of a leadership course developed and delivered using an innovative, ontological/phenomenological model of education. Participants in the course delivered in Singapore in July of 2014 provided measures of the effectiveness of their leadership before and after the course, using a scale from 1 (least…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Leadership Training, Pilot Projects, Course Evaluation
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Dunn, Allison L.; Ho, Sarah P.; Odom, Summer F.; Perdue, Emily R. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
Students enrolled in a Corps of Cadets program at Texas A&M University [N = 336] were surveyed to examine their leadership mindsets and whether their participation in a formal academic leadership program simultaneously influenced their hierarchical and systemic-thinking preferences. No significant differences were found between students…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Undergraduate Students, Student Surveys, Student Attitudes
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Shoup, John R. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
Leadership, organizational, and institutional theories provide competing explanations on the nature of leadership and role of leaders. Part of the problem is that each theory is often studied in isolation, leading to incomplete perspectives on the essence of leadership in value driven contexts. A holistic paradigm that blends the three dominant…
Descriptors: Organizational Theories, Institutional Characteristics, Leadership, Leadership Role
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Bright, David S.; Caza, Arran; Turesky, Elizabeth Fisher; Putzel, Roger; Nelson, Eric; Luechtefeld, Ray – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
New educators may feel overwhelmed by the options available for engaging students through classroom participation. However, it may be helpful to recognize that participatory pedagogical systems often have constructivist roots. Adopting a constructivist perspective, our paper considers three meta-practices that encourage student participation:…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Student Leadership, Peer Evaluation, Learner Engagement
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Lamm, Kevan W.; Carter, Hannah S.; Lamm, Alexa J. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
Although the term interpersonal leadership has been well established within the literature, there remains a dearth of theoretically derived models that specifically address the comprehensive nature of the underlying leader behaviors and activities. The intent of the present article is to attempt to synthesize the existent leadership models,…
Descriptors: Literature Reviews, Leadership Styles, Interpersonal Relationship, Models
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Underwood, Rehema; Mohr, David; Ross, Michelle – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
The quality of organizational leadership can have a significant impact on organizational success and employee well-being. Some research has shown that leaders with secure attachment styles are more effective leaders, but the connection between different attachment styles and different leadership styles is unclear. Relationships between attachment…
Descriptors: Attachment Behavior, Leadership Styles, Administrator Behavior, Leadership Effectiveness
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