Susan Beck-Frazier, Larry Nash White, and Cheryl McFadden explored two major questions: What do college deans self-identify as their prominent leadership behavior and to what extent do deans use multiple leadership behaviors? In their manuscript they discussed how leading a college necessitates the acceptance of multiple leadership perspectives. In addition, the researchers concluded that political framing may be important in a dean’s skills in dealing with issues and needs found in higher education. The study was placed within a university setting but readers will find many commonalities with other contexts – especially those in non-profit organizational settings.
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