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Leading in the 21st century demands leadership theories, practices, and education programs that are unlike those of any other time in history; leaders must think and act with a more holistic and global focus. Thus, new and unique leadership paradigms, as well as fresh leadership development programs, courses and curricula, need to be and have been created to meet such postmodern demands as increased flexibility and inclusion, the embrace and use of diversity, the need for creativity, the need to create and manage change, the achievement of social justice, and the need for leadership authenticity. The purpose of this special issue is to provide a method of exchange for scholars, educators and practitioners regarding both theories and practices used to develop leaders capable of meeting such 21st Century demands. Authors are encouraged to address any (or a combination) of the following questions/topics (provided as suggestions):
The purpose of this feature is to provide a forum for leadership scholars, professors, teachers and practitioners from various disciplines to share the theory/theories and practice/practices that are applicable to leadership in the 21st Century; our current world offers us contexts that can only be described as highly diverse and rapidly changing, so we must ask what the implications are of a distinctly postmodern world for leaders and leadership? Authors are encouraged to submit any or a combination of the following: thought pieces grounded in scholarship; explication of learning activities grounded in leadership theory and pedagogical theory; two authors taking different sides of a particular pedagogical argument related to leading and leadership development in the 21st Century; examples of student work and its relation to pedagogical and leadership theory; leadership/leading curricula and its relationship to theory and practice; teaching and the building of teams in the 21st Century; leading as a teammate, shared leadership, partner-leadership, distributed leadership. The above are general suggestions; thoughtful, articulate scholarship is encouraged that expands the knowledge base for thinking about and developing leaders for 21st century positions of leadership. Graduate students do observe submission guidelines. Please identify your submission with keyword: LEADERSHIP-7
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