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Mobcasting: Utilizing Podcasts To Teach Management & Organizational Behavior

Abstract: The purpose of this roundtable session is to engage in dialogue with fellow conference participants on the utilization of podcasts as an arts-based teaching tool for leadership education. Facilitators, who are both experienced podcasters and faculty, will share their experiences selecting relevant leadership content and guests for their podcasts and how they have utilized their podcasts and a variety of others as an instructional strategy in their courses to meet specific leadership learning goals. Facilitators will also share anecdotal evidence, share examples of podcasts and specific episodes that align with particular learning goals in management, leadership, and organizational behavior, emphasize the utility of podcasts as a teaching tool regardless of course modality, and invite participants to share podcast resources they have used. The target audience is any conference participant who facilitates leadership learning and is interested in using podcasts as a teaching tool in their courses or programs.

Keywords: leadership education; podcasts; arts-based learning

Topic: General   |   Format: Roundtable Discussion

Daniel Jenkins, University of Southern Maine (
United States

Scott Allen, John Carroll University (
United States


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