[We’re pleased to welcome authors Valerie Stead of Lancaster University and Carole Elliott of the University of Roehampton. They recently published an article in Management Learning entitled "Pedagogies of power: Media artefacts as public pedagogy for women’s leadership development," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they briefly describe this research … Continue reading Media Artefacts as Public Pedagogy for Women’s Leadership Development
[We’re pleased to welcome authors, Angela M. Passarelli of the College of Charleston, Richard E. Boyatzis of Case Western Reserve University, and Hongguo Wei of the University of Central Oklahoma. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management Education entitled “Assessing Leader Development: Lessons From a Historical Review of MBA Outcomes," which is currently free to … Continue reading Assessing Leader Development From a Historical Review of MBA Outcomes
[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Joseph A Raelin of Northeastern University. Dr. Raelin recently published an article in Management Learning entitled “What are you afraid of: Collective leadership and its learning implications," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Raelin reveals the inspiration for conducting this research :] What … Continue reading The Fear Imagery in Collective Leadership
[We’re pleased to welcome author Dr. Marian Iszatt-White of the Lancaster University Management School. Dr. Iszatt-White recently published an article in Management Learning entitled “An educator’s perspective on reflexive pedagogy: identity undoing and issues of power," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Iszatt-White reveals the inspiration for conducting this … Continue reading An Educator’s Perspective on Reflexive Pedagogy: Identity Undoing and Issues of Power
[We're pleased to welcome Keimei Sugiyama of Case Western Reserve University. Keimei recently published an article in Journal of Management Education with co-authors Kevin V. Cavanagh, Chantal van Esch, Diana Bilimoria, and Cara Brown entitled "Inclusive Leadership Development: Drawing from Pedagogies of Women’s and General Leadership Development Programs." From Keimei:] The importance of leadership development … Continue reading Learning to Lead: A Comparison of Women’s and General Leadership Development Programs
In recent years, interest in coaching has grown significantly and a number of techniques have been explored. But what is "double-loop coaching"? Author Robert Witherspoon delves into this unique approach to coaching in his article, "Double-Loop Coaching for Leadership Development" from the September issue of the Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. The abstract: This article explores … Continue reading What is “Double-Loop” Coaching?
[We're pleased to welcome Rosalie L. Tung, author of Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies' Distinguished Scholar Invited Essay entitled "Requisites to and Ways of Developing a Global Mind-Set: Implications for Research on Leadership and Organizations."] Leaders and professionals are agreed that the development of a global mindset is imperative to success in coping with … Continue reading Rosalie L. Tung on the Requisites to Developing a Global Mindset
Are leadership development specialists missing the forest for the trees? An article in Advances in Developing Human Resources finds that instead of promoting generic traits, behaviors and competencies, we should be focusing on how these strategies relate to the specific needs of individuals and the organizations they work for: The Problem. Leadership Development research and … Continue reading What’s Wrong With Leadership Development?
This week, we present the top five most-read articles currently available from Advances in Developing Human Resources. Covering a range of topics, from leadership development to the multigenerational workforce, they offer findings including: How managers can increase levels of employee engagement as a strategic leverage point within organizations Suggestions for individual leaders to navigate their … Continue reading Top Five: Advances in Developing Human Resources
If leadership itself is a social, collaborative, and creative process, why shouldn't leadership development take root through creative and collaborative experience? A new study in the September 2012 issue of Human Resource Development Review sets the stage for a new model of leadership training through improvisational theatre. Suzanne Gagnon and Heather C. Vough, both of … Continue reading Learning to Lead, Unscripted