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Four Frames of Leadership

Posted by on Thursday, September 2, 2021 in workshop.

Four Frames of Leadership 

Wednesday, November 2, 2022
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Alumni Hall 206
Registration Required

Honora Eskridge, Director, Sarah Shannon Stevenson Science & Engineering Library & Interim Associate University Librarian for Campus Library Services

We can’t always control the music life plays for us but we can choose how we dance to it.

The GLI defines leadership as an interaction between individuals in a given environment that motivates and directs action toward a shared goal. During this workshop participants will explore the Four Frames of Leadership, a model that embraces the contextual nature of leadership. This model, developed by Lee Bolman and Terrance Deal (Reframing Organizations), brings together different leadership theories into a useful tool that can be applied in day-to-day situations. The four frames can help students develop and use multi-frame thinking that goes beyond natural strengths. 

This workshop is open to all graduate school students (PhD, MA, MFS, MLAS & MS) and postdocs. Spaces for this workshop are limited and registration is required.