Bruce and Ricketts studied practitioners who worked on interdisciplinary teams. Their intent was to explore one aspect of leadership education – cooperation. Their results have implications as to what to include in future leadership education programs or courses. Those who participated on interdisciplinary teams revealed several barriers to productive cooperation. These areas, including lack of relationships and networking skills, may be the foci of newly created or revised leadership curricula.

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