Applying Leadership Self-Efficacy Theory: Understanding the Innerworkings of Assessments by Creating Our Own
Paper accepted for the annual conference of the Association of Leadership Educators to be held virtually.
Abstract: This innovative practice paper explores a theoretical framework supporting leadership self-assessments — leadership self-efficacy theory. The paper describes the theory’s application in an exemplar self-assessment instrument and explains our approach to understanding the inner workings of assessments by creating and testing our own. Note: This paper resulted from an academic-industry collaboration with the Cox Institute’s Levin Leaders program, the Fanning Institute, and the Turknett Leadership Group.
Inclusive leadership and women in public relations: Defining the meaning, functions, and relationships
Abstract: The purpose of this research is to introduce inclusive leadership as a new theoretical framework to understand its meaning and functions in advancing gender equalities and empowerment in public […]
Ethical leadership and influence building: An examination of female public relations’ perceptions on preparedness, role modeling, and influence strategies
Abstract: Practices of ethical leadership in public relations can be context-specific but they can influence organizational effectiveness. By conducting a national survey, this study examines female public relations professionals’ perspectives […]