This article discusses the University of Wisconsin-Extension Administrative Leadership Program (EALP), a model leadership development program for faculty and staff in a variety of university extension settings including: Broadcasting and Media Innovations; Business and Manufacturing Education; Continuing Education; and, Cooperative Extension. The article describes how the program integrates theoretical and applied knowledge about leadership into the curriculum along with the development of specific leadership competencies and abilities. Finally, the article illustrates the outcomes of the leadership development program as perceived and described by both the participants and their supervisors.
"Leadership in Higher Education: Implications for Leadership Development Programs,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 2
, Article 7.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol2/iss1/7