Blackwell, Cummins, Townsend, and Cummings studied a specialized onesemester collegiate leadership class. In their manuscript, they found that participants perceived enhancement of four leadership outcomes for the course. The educators sought to improve “practical and adaptive skills (that) constitute(d) leadership qualities found in several notable studies and related literature.” The participating students perceived improvement in problem definition, discovery of research alternatives, delegation/teamwork, and achievable challenges.
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