Written in English
|Statement||by Horace A. Moses|
|Contributions||United States. Department of Agriculture, National Broadcasting Company|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet (2 pages) ;|
Many talented volunteers bring substantial leadership experience from either the private or the public sector. The problem may be more closely related to unrealistic assumptions regarding the implementation of leadership for organizations. Through personal experience, four common assumptions regarding leadership for volunteers have emerged. Leadership: past, present, and future / David V. Day & John Antonakis -- Leadership: science, nature, and nurture -- Aggregation processes and levels of analysis as organizing structures for leadership theory / Robert G. Lord & Jessica E. Dinh -- Advances in leadership research methods / Michael J. Zyphur, Adam P. Barsky, & Zhen Zhang -- The nature of leadership development / David V. Day 4/5(1). As part of the research for our forthcoming book, The Mind of the Leader, we surveyed more than 1, leaders who indicated that a more mindful presence is . Developing Leadership Skills in Volunteers D 9/10 Landry Lockett, Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist Courtney Dodd, Extension Program Specialist–4-H The Texas A&M System Helping Extension volunteers develop leadership skills is very important. In fact, building leadership ability is a component of all major volunteer management File Size: KB.
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