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International experience and graduate employability: stakeholder perceptions on the connection
This paper reports the findings of an Australian qualitative study (N = 45) concerned with the way that employers, academics and students perceived connections between international experience andExpand
The role of relationships and emotions in student perceptions of learning and assessment
The paper addresses the way in which participants in a qualitative study drew upon accounts of relationships and emotions in sharing their perceptions of assessment. By first exploring ideas aboutExpand
Engaging international students: An analysis of the Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) reports
Purpose – Australia has enjoyed two decades of growth in international student enrolments. This phenomenon, combined with the evolution of quality assurance policy frameworks, has stimulated interestExpand
Environmental and Spiritual Leadership: Tracing the Synergies from an Organizational Perspective
This article presents some synergies that appear to exist in the conceptualization of environmental and spiritual leadership. After some discussion of the contexts in which environmental andExpand
Conceptualising followership – a review of the literature
Despite growing attention in professional and academic literature, a commonly accepted definition of followership does not seem to have emerged. The authors nevertheless explore some of theExpand
Facilitating improved writing among students through directed peer review
TLDR
The results suggest that the face-to-face peer review did improve the quality of a business communication assignment and implies a number of essential instructional practices toward improved writing and collaboration. Expand
Conceptualising spiritual leadership in secular organizational contexts and its relation to transformational, servant and environmental leadership
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the concept and context of spiritual leadership in secular organizational contexts and to highlight some ways in which spiritual leadership relatesExpand
Secular Spiritual Development in Education from International and Global Perspectives
A number of significant international reports and journal articles have begun to refer to the importance of non-sectarian, spiritual values in educational planning (Carr, 1999; Rogers & Dantley,Expand
Interpersonal Skills in Organizations
Unit One: Interpersonal Effectiveness: Understanding Yourself 1. Journey into Self-awareness 2. Self-disclosure and Trust 3. Establishing Goals by Identifying Values and Ethics4. Self-management UnitExpand
Their Perspectives: ESL Students' Reflections On Collaborative Community Service Learning
Our business communication classes will continue to be enriched by students from various cultural backgrounds, many of them ESL learners. Among the numerous benefits of this diversity are opporExpand
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