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The Heroes Journey

November 27th, 2007 · No Comments

In November I presented at the International Leadership Association (ILA) Annual Meeting in Vancouver, Canada. I was part of a panel which presented papers¬†under the heading of “archetypal leadership.” If you are familiar with Jung, or Carol Pierce’s work than you are familiar with archetypes. My mentor, Karin Klenke, has developed the concept of archetypes [...]

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International Journal of Leadership Studies

September 25th, 2007 · 1 Comment

I was recently invited to join the editorial board of the International Journal of Leadership Studies. I am honored to have been asked, and hopefully can handle the load of reviewing the articles. Their are some real scholars on the board, including Charles Manz. Here is a little bit about the journal: The International Journal [...]

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Understanding Calling by way of Narrative Analysis

September 24th, 2007 · No Comments

This presentation gives an overview of my research on the topic of calling.  This was taken from my dissertation defense. Please leave me a comment if you make it through this to let me know what you think, letting me know whether my 5 Stage Calling Development Model resonates with your own experience.

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Dissertation

September 23rd, 2007 · No Comments

On March 2, 2007 I sucessfully defended my dissertation. Here is the abstract: Calling is an important construct within emerging areas of leadership theory. Yet, little is know about how calling is experienced in the life of a leader; particularly the context, antecedents, and consequences of calling. Narrative analysis has been cited in the literature [...]

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