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Author: Sarah Kozloff
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke ; New York : London : Palgrave Macmillan ; British Film Institute, 2011.
ISBNISSN: 9781844573264, 1844573265
Notes: 110 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Responsibility: The best years of our lives
Originally published: 2006.
Includes index. 1. Contexts of Leadership Development 2. Models of Leadership 3. The Identification of Students with Leadership Potential 4. The Study of Individuals, Groups and Cultures 5. Communication Skills and Leadership Development 6. Character Building Skills: To be Just and Wise 7. Problem Solving Skills: The Unknotted Leader 8. Planning Skills: The Strategic leader 9. Integrating Leadership Development with the Regular Curriculum 10. Whole-School Approach to Developing Leadership in the Asia Pacific Kriminalroman. Poems. Originaludgave: 1989
Kriminalroman "Developing Leadership in the Asia-Pacific focuses on the design of leadership programs that are able to meet the needs of students, teachers and the wider community. Rather than taking an all-encompassing approach that cover all contexts of leadership development, this book is based on research that guides the leadership teacher in designing a course that takes into account the specific context and needs of individual students, the purpose of the course, and how the course can be evaluated for its effectiveness. Emphasising learner diversity, the book argues that the students specific cultural and educational contexts need to be taken into account when designing leadership programs. Although these courses are often taught outside of the regular curriculum, components of leadership can be found in the regular curriculum. Accordingly, this book helps the leadership teacher to integrate the leadership program with the regular curriculum through the use of guiding questions, quizzes, case studies, dilemmas, and other pedagogical strategies. It links research with practice, scaffolding teachers in understanding the content or issues described in each chapter, assisting them in building a fully defensible leadership program. A number of real life worked examples are also provided throughout each chapter as a practicable framework that can be used in teaching design for everyday units of work. This book is a useful reference for researchers working in leadership as well as an essential tool for teachers developing leadership programs for students in primary, secondary or tertiary contexts."--

"Developing Leadership in the Asia-Pacific focuses on the design of leadership programs that are able to meet the needs of students, teachers and the wider community. Rather than taking an all-encompassing approach that cover all contexts of leadership development, this book is based on research that guides the leadership teacher in designing a course that takes into account the specific context and needs of individual students, the purpose of the course, and how the course can be evaluated for its effectiveness. Emphasising learner diversity, the book argues that the students' specific cultural and educational contexts need to be taken into account when designing leadership programs. Although these courses are often taught outside of the regular curriculum, components of leadership can be found in the regular curriculum. Accordingly, this book helps the leadership teacher to integrate the leadership program with the regular curriculum through the use of guiding questions, quizzes, case studies, dilemmas, and other pedagogical strategies. It links research with practice, scaffolding teachers in understanding the content or issues described in each chapter, assisting them in building a fully defensible leadership program. A number of real life worked examples are also provided throughout each chapter as a practicable framework that can be used in teaching design for everyday units of work. This book is a useful reference for researchers working in leadership as well as an essential tool for teachers developing leadership programs for students in primary, secondary or tertiary contexts"-- "25 easy rules to improve your business and professional writing"--Cover. When first published in 2006 as a large-format, illustrated hardback, this book won a prestigious award from the Guild of Motoring Writers and received wonderful press reviews: Octane: 'An outstanding memorial...intensely moving and very personal'; Classic & Sports Car: 'Beautifully written and exhaustively researched...an emotional rollercoaster'. Roger Williamson, killed at Zandvoort in 1973, driving an STP March for Tom Wheatcroft: 'Nobody could take his place in my heart' - Tom Wheatcroft. Tony Brise, driving for Graham Hill's Embassy team, was killed in 1975 when Hill's plane crashed: 'He would have been a force to be reckoned with, no question' - Mario Andretti. Tom Pryce, a Shadow driver, was killed in 1977 at Kyalami: 'He had the same sort of car control as Jochen Rindt' - Alan Rees. 'Those three were far more committed and talented than James Hunt' - Trevor Foster.