The Effect of Intentionality on Leadership Development: A single-subject case study
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University of North Carolina at Charlotte
The purpose of this single-subject case study was to examine the effect of intentionality on leadership development, employing the theoretical frameworks of Positive Organizational Scholarship and Multiple Realities. The two fundamental research questions that drove this study were: 1) What happened in the intentional leadership workshops that caused or did not cause a change in the anticipated behavior of informants? 2) What effect did the intentional leadership training workshops have on informants and their organizations? Data were collected according to the protocols of case study design, and were analyzed deductively.
CONSTRUCTIVISTEXISTENTIAL ORIENTATIONHUMAN DEVELOPMENTLEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENTNARRATIVEPHILOSOPHY OF SELF
Bird, JimMerriweather, LisaGay, William
Thesis (D.Ed.)--University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2012.
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