2022 Changing Agendas: Rethinking Followership to Improve Leadership Meetings

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About PAUSE for Pedagogy

PAUSE for Pedagogy aims to connect leadership education theory to practice and seeks to take lessons learned in the classroom to expand our theoretical knowledge of teaching and learning. Written for both the experienced educator and those new to the profession, this column will add tools to readers’ pedagogical toolboxes. Most columns are accompanied by a video interview with the author exploring the ideas raised in the article in more detail. The series is edited by Lisa Endersby and Dan Jenkins, members of ILA’s Leadership Education Member Interest Group. Have you implemented an innovative practice in your leadership education? Contact Dan and Lisa at pauseforpedagogy@ila-net.com

Dan Jenkins PAUSE for Pedagogy co-editor Dan Jenkins is Chair and Associate Professor of Leadership & Organizational Studies at the University of Southern Maine. He received his doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction (Higher Education Administration) from the University of South Florida. Dan has published more than 30 articles on leadership education and assessment and is an associate editor for the Journal of Leadership Studies. Dan is also a past Chair of the ILA Leadership Education MIG, Co-Chair of the ILA Leadership Education Academy, and enjoys numerous volunteer roles with the Association of Leadership Educators. Follow Dan @Dr_Leadership.

Lisa Endersby Photo PAUSE for Pedagogy co-editor Lisa Endersby is a speaker, educator, and storyteller exploring the intersecting realms of technology, leadership, and assessment in higher education. Her current role as an Educational Developer at York University involves supporting faculty in exploring and implementing innovative best practices for teaching and learning. Her doctoral work examines the relationship between professional identity development and communities of practice. Lisa also volunteers her time as the EDC Institute Coordinator for the Educational Developers' Caucus (EDC). Lisa can be reached at lmendersby@gmail.com.

Lyndee PhillipsLyndee Phillips is PAUSE for Pedagogy's Graduate Student Intern.  She is a second-year Ph.D. student studying Organizational Leadership at Concordia University Chicago, focusing on leader’s perceptions of artificial intelligence augmentation in the healthcare sector. She received her Master of Professional Studies from Penn State University in Organization Development & Change and was inducted into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Her Bachelor of Science, from Indiana State University, was in Management Information Systems. As a business consultant, she focused on organizational development & change within Finance & Performance Management for Accenture, Ernest & Young, boutique firms, and independent contracting for the culmination of 20+ years in various industries and geographical locations. Currently, Lyndee is also working as an intern with Dr. Dan Jenkins & Dr. Lisa Endersby to expand their Pause for Pedagogy series to incorporate thought leadership from industry, community partners, and student leaders. Lyndee can be reached at crf_phillila@cuchicago.edu. Learn more at her LinkedIn profile.