Learning to Lead: A Comparison of Women’s and General Leadership Development Programs

[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

Learning to Lead, Unscripted

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

Leadership Effectiveness

"Organizational Change and Characteristics of Leadership Effectiveness" by Ann Gilley, Heather McMillan, and Jerry W. Gilley was published in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies in 2009. It became one of the top downloaded articles of the year, so the authors have provided a brief insight on their study as well as continued research:  This article … Continue reading Leadership Effectiveness