June 1, 2016
A team of researchers from Oregon Health & Science University lead by Research Associate Professor, Dr. Nancy Carney, have been conducting a study to assess and document the results people produce in their lives out of their participation in the Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership Course.
We are pleased to announce that the team’s first report, “Creating Leaders: A Pilot Pre/Post Evaluation of an Ontological/ Phenomenological Model”, will be published in the Journal of Leadership Education this summer (http://www.journalofleadershiped.org/).
The report, which documents outcomes for participants of the Leadership Course led in Singapore in July of 2014, is intended to be the first in a series of publications designed to build a body of evidence about the course.
Prior to its being accepted for publication, the report was reviewed and critiqued by scholars in the field of leadership education.
Following is a sample of their comments:
The comparison of an epistemological versus an ontological/ phenomenological approach to leadership development is interesting. Your article left me quite curious about how The Course evokes “The being of being a leader and the actions of the effective exercise of leadership”.
You have whet my appetite–I want more. Overall, your article is a concise summary of your initial research. I look forward to your future research.
Following its publication in the Journal of Leadership Education, the manuscript will be accessible on both the journal’s website and on SSRN.
The Leadership Course Research Team wishes to express their gratitude to the course participants who completed their surveys.
October 2016 Update:
View the results from the Leadership Course Research Program here.