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The need to prepare and/or develop leaders is a 21st century global concern. Many courses, programs, curricula, and workshops are created to teach young college students, adults, and practitioners how to lead. The purpose of this special issue is to provide a forum to share the knowledge and pedagogy (theory and practice) used to teach others the theories and practices of leading and leadership. In so doing, authors are encouraged to address any or a combination of the following:
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The purpose of this feature is to provide a forum for scholars, professors, and staff developers from various disciplines to share the knowledge and pedagogy (theory and practice) used to teach others the theories and practices of leading and leadership. Authors are encouraged to submit any or a combination of the following: thought pieces grounded in scholarship; explication of learning activities grounded in leadership theory and pedagogical theory; two authors taking different sides of a particular pedagogical argument related to leading and leadership development; examples of student work and its relation to pedagogical and leadership theory; leadership/leading curricula and its relationship to theory and practice; teaching and the building of teams; leading as a teammate, shared leadership, partner-leadership. The above are general suggestions; thoughtful, articulate scholarship is encouraged that expands the knowledge base of how we teach and develop leaders for 21st century positions of leadership. Please identify your submission with keyword: LEADERSHIP-3
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