Leadership approach to learning and teaching

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We are delighted to share recent publications by faculty members in the School of Leadership Studies that specifically document elements of our School’s approach to learning and teaching: 

Agger-Gupta, N., & Etmanski, C. (2014). The paradox of transformative learning among mid-career professionals. International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology 5(1), 35–47.

Agger-Gupta, N., & Harris, B. (in press). Dialogic change and the practice of inclusive leadership. In A. Boitano & H. E. Schockman (Eds.), Breaking the zero-sum game: Transforming societies through inclusive leadership. Silver Spring, MD: International Leadership Association.

Bishop, K., Etmanski, C., & Page, B. (forthcoming 2017). Engagement in online learning: It’s not all about faculty. The disruptive power of online education: Challenges and new business models in higher education. Innsbruck, Austria: Management Centre Innsbruck, The Entrepreneurial School.

Etmanski, C., Fulton, M., Nasmyth, G., & Page, M. B. (2014). The dance of joyful leadership. In K. Goldman Schuyler, J. E. Baugher, K. Jironet, & L. Lid-Falkman (Eds.), Leading with Spirit, Presence, and Authenticity (pp. 91–108). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Harris, B., & Agger-Gupta, N.(2015). The long and winding road: Leadership and learning principles that transform. Integral Leadership Review, (January-February). Retrieved from: http://integralleadershipreview.com/12569-115-long-winding-road-leadership-learning-principles-transform/

Nasmyth, G., Etmanski, C., & Lehr, S. (2017). Opening the web of learning: Students, professors and community partners co-create real-life learning experiences. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 9(2). Retrieved from http://jces.ua.edu/opening-the-web-of-learning-students-professors-and-community-partners-co-creating-real-life-learning-experiences/

Rowe, W., Graf, M., Agger-Gupta, N., Piggot-Irvine, E., & Harris, B. (2013). Action research engagement: Creating the foundation for organizational change. ALARA monograph series no. 5. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/publication/259932785_Action_Research_Engagement_Creating_the_Foundations_for_Organizational_Change

Rowe, W., Heykoop, C., & Etmanski, C. (2015). A master’s degree in global leadership: A story of development. In F. W. Ngunjiri & S. R. Madsen, (Eds.), Women as global leaders (pp. 187–208). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Taylor, M. (2017). Cultivating practical wisdom through emergent learning. In W. Küpers & O. Gunnlaugson (Eds.), Wisdom Learning: Perspectives on wising-up business and management education (pp. 77–97). New York, NY: Routledge.

Chapters in the Royal Roads Learning and Teaching Model book include:

Appreciative inquiry in RRU mid-career student life. (pp. 235– 251) by N. Agger-Gupta & A. Perodeau.

Cultivating belonging: Living leadership in communities of learning by B. Page, C. Etmanski, & N. Agger-Gupta.

Enhancing student learning experience through group supervision using a digital learning platform by W. Rowe, B. Harris, M. Graf, & M. Anderson.

Living our leadership learning in Swift Current, Saskatchewan by L. Wesolowska & N. Agger-Gupta.