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Posted on April 02, 2018

The newest issue of Concepts and Connections  focuses on Critical Perspectives in Leadership Education! This issue explores how we, as leadership educators, can deconstruct and reconstruct dominant leadership narratives, and engage in critical reflection. Read through Issue 2 of Volume 22 today! 

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Nclp Announcements

Save the Date for #LEI18!
Posted on May 11, 2018


 

Learn more about LEI at: bit.ly/LEI-18


New Issue of Concepts and Connections
Posted on April 02, 2018

The newest issue of Concepts and Connections  focuses on Critical Perspectives in Leadership Education! This issue explores how we, as leadership educators, can deconstruct and reconstruct dominant leadership narratives, and engage in critical reflection. Read through Issue 2 of Volume 22 today! 

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A Social Change Model of Leadership Development:  Guidebook (version iii)

by the Higher Education Research Institute, University of California (1996)

This guidebook presents the Social Change, or 'seven' C's, model of leadership development. It posits that leadership develops at the individual, group, and community levels with the goal of creating change to benefit the common good. The guidebook explains each component of the model, shows how they are interrelated, and offers ideas about how one can develop each facet of the model.


CAS Professional Standards for Higher Education - Student Leadership Programs

The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS). (n.d.) (2009)

The CAS Standards provide guidelines for specific functional areas within higher education. These standards are created and revised by knowledgeable professionals across the country to be representative and describe the best practices. Comprised of "must" and "should" statements, the standards can be applied to any institutional context. Self Assessment Guides are also provided, to help evaluate the effectiveness of programs and plan for improvements.


Encyclopedia of Leadership (4 vol. set)

by James MacGregor Burns, George R. Goethals, and Georgia Sorenson (2004)

"Not just for reference, this is an essential learning resource for libraries and the personal collections of modern leaders. Narratives, examples, photographs, and illustrations illuminate the ideas and concepts being examined, making the set readable, attention-grabbing, and unordinary. Readers can explore leadership theories and practices, and examine the effects of leadership. More volumes are promised in this source that brings interest and excitement to a subject overlooked by the consultants, CEOs, and coaches whose earlier works captured a small view of leadership subject matter. Summing Up: Highly recommended for all collections." - CHOICE


Exploring Leadership: For College Students Who Want to Make a Difference (3rd ed.)

by Susan Komives, Nance Lucas and Tim McMahon (2013)

This third edition is a thoroughly revised and updated version of the bestselling text for undergraduate leadership courses. This book is designed for college students to help them understand that they are capable of being effective leaders and guide them in developing their leadership potential. The Relational Leadership Model (RLM) continues as the major focus in this edition, and the book includes stronger connections between the RLM dimensions and related concepts, as well as visual applications of the model. The third edition includes new student vignettes that demonstrate how the major concepts and theories can be applied. It also contains new material on social justice, conflict management, positive psychology, appreciative inquiry, emotional intelligence, and new self-assessment and reflection questionnaires.




Leadership for a Better World:  Understanding the Social Change Model of Leadership Development (2nd ed.)

by Susan R. Komives (Editor), Wendy Wagner (Editor), NCLP (2016)

Leadership for a Better World provides an approachable introduction to the Social Change Model of Leadership Development (SCM), giving students a real-world context through which to explore the seven C's of leadership for social change as well as a approaches to socially responsible leadership.

 

The Social Change Model: Facilitating Leadership Development (2nd ed.)

by Susan R. Komives (Editor), Wendy Wagner (Editor), NCLP (2017)

This book is designed to provide leadership educators with a wealth of classroom and workshop activities, discussion and reflection questions, assignment suggestions, and additional resources such as video clips and supplementary readings. It also includes several case studies for students to consider the implications of applying all eight elements of the Social Change Model in a variety of contexts.

 


Leadership Theory: Cultivating Critical Perspectives (3rd ed.)
by John P. Dugan (2017)
Leadership Theory is designed specifically for use in undergraduate or graduate classrooms providing a comprehensive overview of essential theories informing the leadership studies knowledge-base. The text infuses critical perspectives in a developmental manner that guides readers through increasingly complex ways in which theory can be deconstructed and reconstructed to enhance practice and advance social justice.  The book uses compelling examples, critically reflective questions, and multiple approaches to concept illustration to cultivate readers' abilities to engage as critical learners.

 


Leadership Theory: Facilitator's Guide for Cultivating Critical Perspectives (3rd ed.)
by John P. Dugan, Natasha T. Turman, Amy C. Barnes (2017)
The facilitator's guide brings to life the content of the survey text, Leadership Theory. It offers instructive advice on how to prepare for the use of a critical perspective as well as providing practical resources to translate survey text content to practice.

 


New Directions for Student Leadership
New Directions for Student Leadership series explores leadership conceptual and pedagogical topics of interest to high school and college leadership educators. Issues in this series are grounded in scholarship featuring practical applications and good practices in youth and adult leadership education.

The Handbook for Student Leadership Programs, 2nd ed.

by Susan R. Komives, John P. Dugan, Julie E. Owen, Craig Slack, Wendy Wagner, National Clearinghouse of Leadership Programs (NCLP)

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ISBN: 978-0-470-53107-5
"Every college administrator responsible for coordinating student leadership programming should have this book. The Handbook for Student Leadership Development takes the guesswork out of leadership program design, content, and delivery." — Ainsley Carry, Vice President for Student Affairs, Auburn University

A Social Change Model of Leadership Development:  Guidebook (version iii)

by the Higher Education Research Institute, University of California (1996)

This guidebook presents the Social Change, or 'seven' C's, model of leadership development. It posits that leadership develops at the individual, group, and community levels with the goal of creating change to benefit the common good. The guidebook explains each component of the model, shows how they are interrelated, and offers ideas about how one can develop each facet of the model.

A Social Change Model of Leadership Development:  Guidebook (version iii)

by the Higher Education Research Institute, University of California (1996)

This guidebook presents the Social Change, or 'seven' C's, model of leadership development. It posits that leadership develops at the individual, group, and community levels with the goal of creating change to benefit the common good. The guidebook explains each component of the model, shows how they are interrelated, and offers ideas about how one can develop each facet of the model.