Start Date

8-5-2020 12:00 AM

Document Type

Poster Session

Department

Leadership and Organizational Studies

Faculty Mentor

Elizabeth Guryunova, PhD

Abstract

Adaptive leadership is more than a leadership style, it is a methodology that teaches one to embrace change and to teach others how to do the same. The concepts of adaptive leadership enhance the advising practice by leading the practitioner through a self discovery process to gain an in depth understanding of their purpose and role as an advisor. The result is an advising theory that is centered on self awareness, leadership, and relationships. This mixed methods research focuses on commonalities between the practice of academic advising and the concepts of adaptive leadership . The result is the proposed Theory of Adaptive Advising that incorporates elements of adaptive leadership into the advising practice.

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May 8th, 12:00 AM

Adaptive Advising: A Student Centered Approach

Adaptive leadership is more than a leadership style, it is a methodology that teaches one to embrace change and to teach others how to do the same. The concepts of adaptive leadership enhance the advising practice by leading the practitioner through a self discovery process to gain an in depth understanding of their purpose and role as an advisor. The result is an advising theory that is centered on self awareness, leadership, and relationships. This mixed methods research focuses on commonalities between the practice of academic advising and the concepts of adaptive leadership . The result is the proposed Theory of Adaptive Advising that incorporates elements of adaptive leadership into the advising practice.

 

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