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Cultivating Leadership: The Need for Renovating Models to Higher Epistemic Cognition
More than ever before, people are reevaluating their lives and work as they search for deeper meaning. This “self-actualization” has only superficially appeared in leadership theory and research.Expand
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Healers and Helpers, Unifying the People
Previously, scholars have implied that leadership theory is “universal” enough and can be applied systematically regardless of cultural influences in subcultures. Leadership research has limited itsExpand
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The Impact of Preparing Faculty in the Effective Use of Student Teams
Companies increasingly rely on teams to improve productivity, and consequently employers expect colleges and universities to prepare graduates to effectively work in teams. To help with this need,Expand
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Lakota women leaders: Getting things done quietly
In Western society, the foundation of what was once a more traditional way of thinking about leadership has been replaced by focusing more on gaining and using power, influencing people, andExpand
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The Pink Triangle as an Interruptive Symbol
The Pink Triangle is a symbol of collective memory and meaning for two very different, but similarly marginalized groups: gay male prisoners held in concentration camps in Nazi Germany, and theExpand
Introductory Notes on Engaging with Communities for Justice
Since the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, the rise in hate around the country has increased dramatically. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), in the days immediately following theExpand
Following the 2016 Presidential Election: Positive and Negative Mood Affect and the Impetus Towards Activisim
Given the tenuousness of the U.S. presidential race and subsequent election, it appears that more individuals are becoming politically active. What remains unclear is how the current politicalExpand
Creating a Decolonized Alliance: American Indian and Alaska Native Doctoral Leadership Program
Abstract Historically, a major contributor in the fracture between mainstream individuals and subgroups has been the educational system. For American Indian and Alaska Natives (AI/AN), this isExpand