Published Works

Published Works

Journal of Leadership Studies  Journal of Leadership Studies, 8(2). 67-75 (2014)
Jefferson, J., Martin, I., Owens, J.

The current investigation serves to assess the usefulness, lessons learned, and leader development of eight male students in a senior level university leadership class. Thematic analysis of participants’ responses revealed three major themes: (1) Relationship Development, (2) Technical Skill Development, and (3) Awareness Development. Support exists for the effectiveness of learning through reading and reflection as a pedagogical tool for leader development with a college-age sample. 

Staff Writings

Ask Ira June 2015

June 2015, Ask Ira, Alumni Bulletin: How Do You Motivate Others Without Reward? 

Ask Ira April 2015

April 2015, Ask Ira, Alumni Bulletin: The Art of Managing Challenge and Skill? 

Ask Ira February 2015 

February 2015, Ask Ira, Alumni Bulletin: What Can a Leader Do To Create Trust?  

Ask Ira December 2014 

December 2014, Ask Ira, Alumni Bulletin: How Do I Enhance Confidence in My Crew? 

Tyler Chair Addresses