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Is the Leadership-as-Practice Approach Teachable?

For the past five years, there has been an emerging movement in leadership theory, known as leadership-as-practice or L-A-P. Its primary contribution is that rather than looking for leadership in people, L-A-P looks for it in everyday practice. A culmination of this early work has been the volume, Leadership-as-Practice: Theory and Application, published two years ago. Although the focus on this work has been primarily research-based, it is time to consider its practicality as a teaching approach. In this proposed General Discussion session, the presenter would like to engage attendees in a dialogue about the use of practice-based teaching methods to develop practice-based leadership.

Joseph Raelin
Northeastern University
United States


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