Date of Award
Frank Tuitt, Ph.D.
Collective, Development, Identity, Interpersonal, Leadership, Personal
The understanding of leadership and how it is developed continues to evolve (Day & Harrison, 2007) and while some essential components of effective leadership have been identified, they have not been forged into a comprehensive framework for development (Avolio, 2005). This paper aims to create a theory of leader and leadership development that can aid individuals in understanding who they are as a leader. Of central importance to this paper is the presentation of the Leader and Leadership Identity Development Model, which provides a framework centered on the development of individual leader and leadership identities at personal, interpersonal, and collective levels, rather than on the procurement of specific skills, traits, or behaviors which have been traditionally associated with leadership development.
Hahn, Jacob P., "The Theory and Practice of Leader and Leadership Development: A Multi-Level Perspective" (2010). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 261.
Received from ProQuest
Jacob P. Hahn