Transformational Leadership Journeys of Transnational Individuals: A Study of Belizean Leaders
Transformational leadership, mentoring, cross-cultural understanding in adult education, gender differences in leadership
Built upon a framework of leadership theory and transformative learning, this paper reveals results from interviews of women higher education leaders conducted in November of 2010. The eight women from across Belize related their leadership journeys, their understanding of mentoring needs, and significant events which informed their leadership careers. Surprising results emerged and demonstrated the issues of transnational adults, international gender differences, and leadership journeys.
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International Forum of Teaching and Studies, v. 8, issue 1, p. 5-22
Scholar Commons Citation
King, Kathleen P., "Transformational Leadership Journeys of Transnational Individuals: A Study of Belizean Leaders" (2012). Leadership, Counseling, Adult, Career and Higher Education Faculty Publications. 220.