DiPaolo, in his study, complimented the proposal to evaluate leadership curriculum. He conducted longitudinal research to investigate the impact of leadership education in contrast to personal leadership experiences. His findings revealed two years after a leadership retreat that the participants attributed their leadership development more to experience than to the retreat. DiPaolo suggested revision of current leadership curricula with noted emphasis on long-term leadership models instead of short-term leadership models.

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