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Tarr, Emily K.; van Esch, Chantal – Journal of Management Education, 2022
This article examines teammates' perceptions of individual expert and referent power (personal power) in student teams working on a semester-long project. In our study, we found a positive relationship between being perceived as high in personal power (expert and referent power) by teammates and faculty advisor-rated performance, measured by…
Descriptors: Individual Power, Teamwork, Group Dynamics, Expertise
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Trinh, Mai P.; van Esch, Chantal; Martinez, Hector A.; Messer, Tracey – Journal of Management Education, 2021
Experiential learning has been documented as an effective method for student learning, yet its use in large-enrollment classes remains limited. Kolb's experiential learning theory emphasizes that experiential learning requires a hospitable learning space (HLS) that is conducive to learning. In this article, we reframe the challenges to…
Descriptors: Management Development, Experiential Learning, Learning Processes, Learning Theories
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Edelson, Steven A.; Lo, Kevin D.; Nelson, Terry; Stark, Gary; Stratton, Micheal T.; van Esch, Chantal – Journal of Management Education, 2019
Many instructors use experiential learning techniques to link students' academic experience with the reality that awaits them professionally. Careful planning and reflecting on experiential activities usually take place prior to implementation to ensure that prescribed student learning outcomes are met. Hence, management educators' confidence…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Learning Activities, Business Administration Education, Self Esteem
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Sugiyama, Keimei; Cavanagh, Kevin V.; van Esch, Chantal; Bilimoria, Diana; Brown, Cara – Journal of Management Education, 2016
Trends in extant literature suggest that more relational and identity-based leadership approaches are necessary for leadership that can harness the benefits of the diverse and globalized workforces of today and the future. In this study, we compared general leadership development programs (GLDPs) and women's leadership development programs (WLDPs)…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Comparative Analysis, Females, Program Descriptions