Teaching Team Leadership: Experiential Activities for Educators and TrainersAHRD Research Conference of the Americas (2012)
AbstractIn this “Teaching Team Leadership through Experiential Activities” session—sponsored by the Leadership Special Interest Group—participants will learn different team leadership activities that can be used in teaching different leadership theories and concepts. The facilitators will use the following process in presenting these activities to innovative session attendees: discuss and present the activity (listen and learn), have participants experience the activity (practice using it hands on), and provide attendees the opportunity to discuss their experiences with others in small groups (reflection). Each attendee will also receive a handout that provides the descriptions of each team activity and the leadership theory, concept, or skill it helps teach. This will include references and lists of additional resources.
- team activities,
Publication DateSpring March 3, 2012
Citation InformationSusan R. Madsen, Kathi Tunheim and Jessica Burnham. "Teaching Team Leadership: Experiential Activities for Educators and Trainers" AHRD Research Conference of the Americas (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_madsen/200/