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Barbara Kellerman

in Professionalizing Leadership

Published in print April 2018 | ISBN: 9780190695781
Published online February 2018 | e-ISBN: 9780190874452 | DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780190695781.003.0003
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By the 1980s the leadership industry had gone from incipient to entering a period of rapid growth that has not slowed. In fact, it still accelerates beyond anyone’s early imaginings. Chapter 2 is an overview of where we are now. It addresses questions such as these: How is leadership taught in the first quarter of the twenty-first century? Who are the leadership students? Who are the leadership teachers? Where is leadership being taught? What are the leadership pedagogies? What, in consequence of our investment, is the track record of leadership education, training, and development? Some ostensibly learn how to lead in college. Others ostensibly learn how to lead in graduate and professional schools, especially business schools. Still others ostensibly learn how to lead in large corporations or in government agencies. And there are those who learn to lead in the military, about which there is more later in the book.

Keywords: leadership; management; leadership education; leadership training; leadership development; survey of leadership pedagogies; survey of leadership learning in American institutions

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