The development of a curricular or co-curricular leadership experiences is often a complex undertaking, second only to the complexities of learning how to effectively lead. This article outlines the shared and diverse experiences of two leadership faculty charged with coordinating academic leadership programs at separate institutions. Both faculty members were previously student affairs professionals and chose to educate undergraduate leaders in the classroom while providing research for the leadership consortium. This symposium outlines a practical approach to providing ongoing strategic practice opportunities for future leaders enrolled in academic, undergraduate leadership education programs while suggesting the creation of a common leadership language for both academic and co-curricular programs.
|Journal||Journal of Leadership Studies|
|State||Published - Apr 30 2014|