Teaching and Assessing Leadership Courses at the John F. Kennedy School of Government
The development of leadership courses aimed at usefulness in practice requires new theory and pedagogy, as well as a hard look at assessing course effectiveness: How useful do students find the course materials for analyzing their past professional experience? How relevant and effective do students find the courses for understanding and intervening into politics and organizations after rejoining professional life? A summary is provided of the setting, theory, and methods for these courses, as well as the results of a survey of students after they had resumed their careers. The authors conclude with a brief discussion of the risks involved in teaching leadership.
8 J. Pol'y Analysis & Mgmt. 536 (1989)
Rowley, Keith A., "Teaching and Assessing Leadership Courses at the John F. Kennedy School of Government" (1989). Scholarly Works. Paper 560.
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