By attending to the adult learning that takes place through more collaborative approaches to leadership, this volume draws upon scholars who understand leadership as more participatory, transformative, generative, and democratic. Looking beyond position-based individual leadership it captures how adults learn through the diverse actions, processes, and strategies collaborative leaders employ to bring about change. Drawing from scholarship and practice, this sourcebook weaves theory with the authors' experiences by showcasing real-life examples of collaborative leadership in a variety of contexts including community, healthcare, secondary, and post-secondary education.It also provides a range of creative strategiessuch as playbuilding, coaching, fostering global partnerships, and ensemble leadershipas well as indigenous and feminist perspectives on leadership. This sourcebook will support adult educators seeking to promote learning through more collaborative approaches to leadership and engagement in a variety of settings. Readers will benefit by deepening their understanding of how leadership is not only enacted among individuals, but how it is also expressed in collective ways of thinking, doing, being, knowing, and learning. This is the 156th volume of the Jossey Bass seriesNew Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. Noted for its depth of coverage, it explores issues of common interest to instructors, administrators, counselors, and policymakers in a broad range of education settings, such as colleges and universities, extension programs, businesses, libraries, and museums.
Volume Editors: Catherine Etmanski is a Professor and Director of School of Leadership Studies at Royal Roads University in Victoria, Canada. Kathy Bishop is an Associate Professor and Program Head for the Master?s of Arts in Leadership at Royal Roads University in Victoria, Canada. M. Beth Page is the owner of Dream Catcher Consulting. She also serves as an Associate Faculty member at Royal Roads University in Victoria, Canada. Series Editors: Jovita M. Ross-Gordon is a professor in the College of Education at Texas State University. Joellen E. Coryell is associate professor in the College of Education at Texas State University.
EDITORS NOTES 5
Catherine Etmanski, Kathy Bishop, M. Beth Page1. The Tse Tsa Watle Speaker Series: An Example of Ensemble Leadership and Generative Adult Learning 9
Virginia McKendry2. Gendering Collaboration: Adult Education in Feminist Leadership 21
Darlene E. Clover, Catherine Etmanski, Rachel Reimer3. A Journey into Collaborative Leadership: Moving Toward Innovation and Adaptability 33
Ken Otter, Doug Paxton4. Next-Generation Leadership 43
Bryan Webber, Jenna Forster5. Learning in Global Collaborations for Impact and Innovation 53
Eliane Ubalijoro6. Fostering Collaborative Leadership Through Playbuilding 65
Kathy Bishop, Will Weigler, Tracey Lloyd, David Beare7. Cocreating Collaborative Leadership Learning Environments: Using Adult Learning Principles and a Coach Approach 77
M. Beth Page, Rhonda L. Margolis8. Understanding Collaborative Leadership in Theory and Practice 89
Randee Lipson LawrenceINDEX 97
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