Deeper Learning in Leadership: Helping College Students Find the Potential Within

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 13, 2007 - Education - 256 pages
Deeper Learning in Leadership is a resource that is designed to show how leadership potential can be both broadened and deepened in our colleges and universities. Author Dennis Roberts proposes a new approach to learning about leadership development in higher education that recognizes innovative strategies are needed for the increasingly complex issues we face, both in higher education and in the broader landscape beyond the campus. He advocates that fostering deeper leadership will require educators to take a critical look at the organizational models and processes that characterize most contemporary colleges and universities. Roberts includes new models of learning and leadership, and provides summaries of widely used leadership theories as well as theories that are not as well known. He proposes a new perspective of leadership and a process of discovering leadership potential principles that educators can use to deepen students’ experiences.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction and Potential of Deeper Learning
1
Chapter 2 Context of Leadership Learning
19
Chapter 3 Leadership Theory in Use
41
Chapter 4 Preparing Leadership for the Future
63
Chapter 5 Accessing Purpose and Voice for Deeper Leadership
95
Chapter 6 Leadership Program Design and Continuous Improvement
131
Chapter 7 Innovations to Deepen Leadership
165
Chapter 8 Challenges and Opportunities in Deepening Leadership
203
References
219
Index
231
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Dennis C. Roberts is associate vice president for student affairs, Miami University (Ohio). He is responsible for the student leadership, campus and community life programs, including career services, student activities, and fraternity and sorority life; as well as community engagement, service learning, and civic leadership.

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