Leadership Perspectives Webinar Archive (2017)

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Presenter(s) Brief Details
John Stuart
John Stuart

7 Essential Steps to Making a Great Leadership Book Proposal
June 28, 2017

Description | Recording (YouTube)

In this webinar, John Stuart, a publishing professional with over 25 years of experience in senior acquisition roles (and recently responsible for managing the ILA series Building Leadership Bridges) will share with you the 7 key elements that make a book proposal (on leadership or any other topic) a must-read for a range of publishers. From USPs (unique selling propositions), to your social media platform; a clear idea of your market to compelling titles and blurbs; this webinar will provide you with all the tools that you need to get your book contracted and successfully published. [Read More]

Rebecca Chavez-Houck, Dionne Rosser-Mims, and Susan MadsenRebecca Chavez-Houck, Dionne Rosser-Mims, and Susan Madsen

Women, Leadership, and Politics: Future Trends in Research and Practice
June 6, 2017

Description | Recording (YouTube)

This webinar will be conducted as a two person panel moderated by Susan Madsen. Webinar speakers represent different (yet complementary) perspectives on women, leadership, and politics. Rebecca Chavez-Houck will describe the lessons she has learned from seeking and holding public office. Dionne Rosser-Mims will address current and future trends in research of women and politics. [Read More]

Rob ElkingtonMadeleine Van Der Steege
Judith Glick-SmithJennifer Moss Breen
Rob Elkington, Madeleine Van Der Steege, Judith L. Glick-Smith, & Jennifer Moss Breen

Visionary Leadership in a Turbulent World: Thriving in the New VUCA Context
May 10, 2017

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Effective leadership is critical to organizational success in the 21st century. However, anyone who has filled any type of leadership position, whether formal or informal, knows that leadership effectiveness is inextricably linked to leadership context, and leadership context is less and less open to control. This loss of control exists because of the particularly volatile conditions of the 21st century. [Read more]

 

Jack Barentsen
Jack Barentsen

Social Identity Formation and Leadership Emergence in the Pauline Mission
April 19, 2017

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Leadership is changing widely and religious leadership is no exception. Themes like community formation, leadership emergence, and social identity have become vital for new forms of leadership. This webinar will introduce the social identity theory of leadership and then apply it to religious leadership. Surprisingly, the leadership of the Apostle Paul, living in the Mediterranean world in the first century, turns out to be an excellent illustration of religious identity leadership. [Read more]

Jeffrey L. Buller
Jeffrey L. Buller

Positive Academic Leadership
April 5, 2017

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This webinar will explore ways of pursuing the most positive possible outcome from even the most negative of situations. Unlike approaches based in positive thinking or learned optimism, Positive Academic Leadership is not an attempt to change how one feels about the world, merely how one interacts with the world so as to obtain better results. The goal is to spend less time putting out fires and more time making a real difference in our academic programs. [Read more]

 

Petra Kuenkel
Petra Kuenkel

Leading Transformational Change - A Compass for Better Co-Creation
March 22, 2017

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This webinar will showcase the Collective Leadership Compass — a systemic meta-level guiding tool for navigating complex change in a collaborative way. The compass focuses on invigorating co-creative human interaction patterns as core drivers of transition processes and empowers leaders and change agents to navigate collaboration successfully. It highlights patterns of human competencies in interaction in six dimensions: Future Possibilities, Engagement, Innovation, Humanity, Collective Intelligence, and Wholeness. [Read more]

Ronald Humphrey
Ronald Humphrey

Leading, With Emotional Intelligence
February 16, 2017

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Recent research provides strong evidence that emotional intelligence is one of the best predictors of leadership effectiveness. A review concluded that emotional intelligence is related to leadership effectiveness, to the performance of effective leadership behaviors (such as transformational leadership), and to overall leadership effectiveness. Emotionally intelligent leaders know how to boost the job satisfaction of their followers. [Read more]

 

Anthony Picciano
Anthony Picciano

The Past, Present, and Future of the Digital University
January 18, 2017

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This presentation will draw on material from the presenter's book, Online Education Policy and Practice: The Past, Present, and Future of the Digital University (Taylor & Francis/Routledge, 2017). It will provide an analysis of the waves or phases of online education over the past twenty years, including the major developments of fully online courses and programs, blended learning, and the rise and fall of the MOOC phenomenon. [Read more]

 

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