Many traditional leadership education paradigms are challenged by the transformational nature of globalization and are limited in application in diverse and complex contexts. In order to address these issues, a new framework must be adopted within higher education leadership programs to educate the next generation of global leaders. This paper introduces a potential framework of learning objectives, reviews strengths and weaknesses of the proposed model, provides sample curricular and co-curricular programs, and discusses recommendations for additional research.
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Journal of Leadership Education
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Brown, L. M., Whitaker, B. L., & Brungardt, C. L. (2012). A Proposed Framework for Global Leadership Education: Learning Objectives and Curricula. Journal of Leadership Education, 11(2), 214–225. https://doi.org/10.12806/V11/I2/AB1