The challenges and issues of leadership education necessarily extend to questions of how we train and develop the next generation of leadership educators. Bringing an international perspective to the issue, Braun, Nazlic, Weisweiler, Peus, and Frey examine “Effective Leadership Development in Higher Education: Individual and Group Level Approaches.” The authors first highlight a gap in leadership development for employees in higher education and their approach to meeting this need. Next, the authors provide a detailed description of two different programs offered at a large German university; one program at the individual level (leader) and another at a departmental level (leadership). Braun, et al., conclude with recommendations for practitioners to facilitate effective leadership in higher education. Among other suggestions, the authors (like others in this special issue) highlight the need for scientifically based program evaluation.