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Adult and Continuing Education Administration

Adult Education Research Conference

2006

Leadership

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A Majestic Burden: Discovering The Untold Stories Of Congressional Black Caucus (Cbc) Women And Learning Through Narrative Analysis8, Elice E. Rogers Aug 2006

A Majestic Burden: Discovering The Untold Stories Of Congressional Black Caucus (Cbc) Women And Learning Through Narrative Analysis8, Elice E. Rogers

Adult Education Research Conference

The purpose of this completed research investigation is to articulate three of four final research findings as part of a larger study that investigated diverse leadership among an under-represented group and to extend current research on African American women political leaders.


The Role Of Spirituality In The Practice Of Adult Education Leaders, Jeanette Justice Fleming, Bradley C. Courtenay Jul 2006

The Role Of Spirituality In The Practice Of Adult Education Leaders, Jeanette Justice Fleming, Bradley C. Courtenay

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Leaders defined spirituality as different from, but related to religion, part of their identity, and as a connection to a Higher Being, to others, and to nature. Spirituality provided a calling to profession, instilled an ethical framework and served as a resource in times of challenge. It influenced use of power, decision making, and communication with coworkers. Participants exhibited a variety of leadership styles reflecting individual perceptions of spirituality.