I often tell people that I am literally a lifetime student of academic leadership. I grew up watching my father navigate his career in the academy as a professor of Sociology, including serving as Department Chair. Much to his pleasure I followed suit, pursuing a fun and challenging career as a professor of Communication in the same state university system. Over the course of my journey in academe, I’ve observed, and participated in, almost every level of academic leadership. From serving as chair of too many committees to remember, Department Chair, Vice-President of the Academic Senate, University Ombudsperson, and now Associate Dean, I’ve encountered both the good and bad in leadership at the university level.
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"Tao and the Lost Art of Leadership,"
Academic Leadership: The Online Journal: Vol. 8:
4, Article 60.
Available at: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol8/iss4/60