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Kanuga, Ingrid
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: Education
This study considered individual reflections on shared leadership, practiced by three academics working at a London based university, each share course leadership with three or our four colleagues. The positions were created by their field leader in support of the universities strategic goals which focus on meeting student needs; developing leaders and enabling more research to take place. The findings show that these goals are certainly met, although not clearly recognised and supported by the senior management team of the institution who follow the traditional hierarchal leadership framework. It is further recommended that the key elements identified in the literature which are needed for shared leadership to occur; also consider time as an element.
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