Leadership theory has evolved from an emphasis on traits and behavioral styles, to the more interactive theories associated with contingency theory, transactional and transformational leadership, and the emerging areas of servant leadership and shared leadership. The implication of evolving leadership theory for the education and development of leaders is explored as well as the methods commonly associated with developing leaders. Methodological issues related to research on leadership education and emerging areas related to developing leaders are also discussed.

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Emmerling, Robert; Canboy, Basak; Serlavós Serra, Ricard; Batista Foguet, Joan M.

Leadership education: Theory and practice

2015
Leadership theory has evolved from an emphasis on traits and behavioral styles, to the more interactive theories associated with contingency theory, transactional and transformational leadership, and the emerging areas of servant leadership and shared leadership. The implication of evolving leadership theory for the education and development of leaders is explored as well as the methods commonly associated with developing leaders. Methodological issues related to research on leadership education and emerging areas related to developing leaders are also discussed.
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Leadership education: Theory and practice
Emmerling, Robert; Canboy, Basak; Serlavós Serra, Ricard; Batista Foguet, Joan M.
In International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences
Amsterdam (Netherlands): Elsevier, 2015
p. 655 - 663

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