Effects of Undergraduate Leadership Experiences on Leadership Efficacy
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This dissertation addressed the research problem burdening higher education to better prepare students with leadership they can effectively apply in complex organizational environments during a time of rising costs for education and competing interests for programmatic funding. This context coupled with high costs for corporate training to generate performance improvements and increased spending on leadership development during a recognized crisis in organizational leadership in the U.S. increased pressure on employers to hire college graduates who can enter the workforce with demonstrated ...
Leone, Deanna Josephine Maria;
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