Commitment to the Growth of the People Building Community Developing and perfecting these competencies involves a deliberate, long-term developmental process. An emerging servant-leader understands and behaves in a manner consistent with improving along these 10 dimensions with each leadership opportunity. That these opportunities are available every day makes the learning process a constant, incremental endeavor. The Leadership Challenge Framework At Integris, we find that the overarching framework of The Leadership Challenge serves to support the development of all of the 10 dimensions of servant leadership.
Am I A Leader? Symcox, Linda Abstract Educators wax eloquently about the importance of developing leaders, and establish a variety of high school student clubs that on the surface appear to develop leadership skills, but they do not seem to really provide students with a curriculum or meaningful opportunities to develop the skills and dispositions that are required to become leaders.
The purpose of this qualitative study was to investigate and describe how high school students feel about leadership, that is, to see how high school students define leadership, to determine their motivation behind seeking out leadership opportunities, and to see what types of experiences high school students have with leadership on and off campus.
This study was conducted using both document analysis and in-depth semi-structured interviews, while utilizing the theoretical framework of relational leadership. The 25 participants of this study were high school student leaders during the school year who collectively represented 29 clubs at the same school site.
Only a handful of participants actually participated in club-sponsored leadership development programs, though some of these programs appear to be inadequate for high school students. Participants did seem to develop some amount of leadership abilities as student leaders, though it appears this was primarily due to their observations or experiences, rather than to a formal leadership development program.
This study provides recommendations for policy that can support the development of leadership skills for high school students with support from club advisors, school administrators, and district level personnel. Limited research on this group documents a lack of targeted supports resulting in significant struggles as they attempt to overcome obstacles in their path toward success.
Interview data was analyzed to arrive at experiences that informed the development of codes and themes. In order to contextualize participant interview data, five observations of externally-based support groups and interviews with two support providers were conducted.
Also, some were forcibly displaced due to familial nonacceptance of their gender or sexual identities, while others self-displaced in an attempt to live openly.
However, they each described the loss of both familial supports and each reported a lack of targeted supports at school to help them overcome identity nonacceptance, displacement, and lack of belonging.
All participants fought to access externally-based protective and compensatory supports. By mirroring the externally-based programs that are successful with limiting the effects of displacement and identity non-acceptance, educational institutions can interrupt the Minority Stress Process and the associated adversity.
Temporary Leadership in Athletics: Haviland, Don Abstract Turnover in intercollegiate athletics leadership often results in an interim director of athletics appointment, which is a quick solution to fill a gap in leadership until a permanent successor can be named.
Not only is interim leadership a convenient option for the institution, it can also provide an individual the opportunity to serve in a senior leadership position that may otherwise be difficult to obtain.
Although there are many advantages to serving as an interim director of athletics, those who serve in the role are also faced with a number of challenges that have implications to the individual and institution during the temporary appointment.
Through the use of qualitative interviews, the dissertation explored and described the perceived benefits, challenges, and institutional support experienced by fifteen participants who had served and completed their appointment as an interim NCAA director of athletics. The study found that participants experienced change that triggered their transition into the interim director of athletics role causing them to let go of an old identity with which they were familiar.
Participants also experienced varying degrees of unfamiliarity as they adapted to new job tasks, experienced increased workloads, and managed new and old relationships. Ultimately, participants experienced acceptance of their role as interim by building the confidence and skills needed to be successful before they transitioned out of the interim director of athletics position into their next role.
Recommendations for policy include the need to develop NCAA and institutional guidelines to provide a go-to guide in how to efficiently and effectively support an interim director of athletics.Published: Mon, 5 Dec For this leadership report, we have chosen the movie «Dead Poets Society».
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