With all the change happening surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic, faculty, administrators, and staff involved in leadership education are being asked to change academic and student affairs plans. Join us on this emergency episode as we discuss resources and information to use for transitioning to online learning and programming alternatives.
In this episode, Lauren shares expertise from her experience getting a co-curricular leadership office started. While running the Office of Leadership Development at Temple University Lauren helped facilitate the execution of the office's mission and vision, scheduling workshops and conferences, handling financial tasks--including managing the budget--as well as recruiting students to participate in programming.
In this episode, Dan and Lauren share some of the resources they use to enhance their teaching practice including textbooks and instructor guides, case studies, professional association conferences, professional development opportunities, and peers.
In this episode, Dan and Lauren share some of the places they go for information about leadership education. Resources covered include professional associations and institutes, publications and research centers, podcasts, TED talks, social networks, and other media.
This podcast is supported by the Association of Leadership Educators and James M. Cox Jr. Institute for Journalism Innovation, Management, and Leadership within the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia.
Theme music written and composed by Dr. Matthew White, Associate Professor of Trumpet, Coordinator of Jazz and Commercial Music, and Director of Ensembles at Coastal Carolina University.