with Rose Baker and Kerry Romine
Team Emergence Leadership Development Model
Teams have the capability of being more adaptive and effective when they have the freedom to self-manage and self-regulate their actions and tasks. This session introduces a new model that utilizes these team functions to develop new leaders using real-world problems during the development process. Evaluation methods for the model will also be presented. Participants will be able to utilize this model in practice as well as evaluate its effectiveness in their workplace.
More About This Speaker
John R. Turner, PhD, is an assistant professor at the University of North Texas for the Department of Learning Technologies in the College of Information. His research interests are in teams, team cognition, knowledge management, performance improvement, leadership, theory building, multilevel models, and meta-analysis techniques. He has published articles in Advances in Developing Human Resources, Performance Improvement Quarterly, Performance Improvement, Journal of Knowledge Management, and International Journal of Technology, Knowledge, & Society.