Did you know that leadership is a field of academic study? More than that, its application is integrated with other disciplines ranging from business to art and the humanities to the hard sciences. Feel free to review all the resources on this page to see what concepts, philosophies, or ideas about leadership are out there. If you know of something that could be added to this list of resources, don't hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Social Change Model of Leadership was developed at UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute and focuses on values of leadership that ultimately result in positive social change. Review this document to learn more.
The Relational Leadership model views leadership as a relational and ethical process of people together attempting to accomplish positive change. Learn more by reading this book chapter.
The Leadership Identity Development (LID) model explores the process an individual goes through as they engage in leadership activities and, eventually, begin to view themselves as a leader. Read this article to learn more.