Monthly Archives: February 2013

Key Lessons of Learning Leadership Experience (5)

Such realization often occurs inaction (Schon, 1983; Ferry & Ross-Gordon, 1998) or reflection-on-action (Schon, 1983), but can be seen to… Continue reading »

Key Lessons of Learning Leadership Experience (4)

The significance of observational learning to leadership development is rather understated (Kempster, 2006, 2007, 2008). There is no specific focus… Continue reading »

Key Lessons of Learning Leadership Experience (3)

It has been identified that the relevance of intervention and its impact was greater when it occurred at, or near… Continue reading »

Key Lessons of Learning Leadership Experience (2)

Although the findings of McCall et al. are seen to be a significant contribution to learning through experience, there are… Continue reading »

Key Lessons of Learning Leadership Experience

Research undertaken in the Honeywell organization (Zemke, 1985) identified similar dominance of on-the-job experiences as the primary source of development,… Continue reading »

Educational Context of Informal Leadership Learning

The impact of relationships and developmental experiences can be seen to be continued from the parental context into the educational… Continue reading »

Informal Leadership Learning: Formative Childhood Development (3)

Leadership is more likely to be displayed by ‘school-boys’ in which the parental environment grants high levels of responsibility and… Continue reading »