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  • Author:
    Josephine A. van Linden,Carl I. Fertman
  • ISBN:
    0787940593
  • ISBN13:
    978-0787940591
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    Jossey-Bass; 1st edition (May 29, 1998)
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    272 pages
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Josephine van Linden and Carl Fertman are masters in the area of youth leadership development. 3 's The book results from 13 years' work by two Pittsburgh educators. They address a difficult question in adolescent growth: how can we promote the development of young leaders?

Josephine van Linden and Carl Fertman are masters in the area of youth leadership development. any adult who wants help in guiding and partnering with young people. Adults will learn how to nurture, reinforce, and celebrate behaviors that will allow young people to tap into their inherent roles as leaders. - -Sheila Drummond-Hughes, Communities in Schools. They address a difficult question in adolescent growth: how can we promote the development of young leaders?

Josephine van Linden and Carl Fertman provide flexible strategies that can be used with adolescents in any . JOSEPHINE VAN LINDEN is director of the Leadership Development Network at Carlow College in Pittsburgh.

Josephine van Linden and Carl Fertman provide flexible strategies that can be used with adolescents in any program and in varied settings, and offer diagrams, tables, and charts to clarify recommendations and processes. From teachers and principals to directors of community programs and religious institutions, anyone interested in developing leadership in young people will find Youth Leadership to be a rich source of information and guidance, and an invaluable tool for nurturing the citizens and leaders of tomorrow.

Youth Leadership book. One of the only books that addresses adolescent leader development in a scholarly manner. Josephine van Linden and Carl Fertman provide flexible strategies that can be used with adolescents in any program or setting. They also offer insights on what organizations and communities, as well as individuals, can do to nurture and sustain leadership development. The authors' framework of "awareness - interaction - mastery" rings true with me and strikes me as a very accurate description of how teens learn to become leaders.

Sustaining Leadership Development Josephine van Linden is director of the Leadership Development Network at the .

Sustaining Leadership Development Josephine van Linden is director of the Leadership Development Network at the University of Pittsburgh. Carl I. Fertman is professor of education at the University of Pittsburgh. Josephine van Linden and Carl Fertman provide flexible strategies that can be used with adolescents in any program and in varied settings, and offer diagrams, tables, and charts to clarify recommAndations and processes.

A Guide to Understanding Leadership Development in Adolescents

A Guide to Understanding Leadership Development in Adolescents.

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Josephine, . Van Linden, . Youth leadership-a guide to understanding leadership development in adolescents, San Francisco, CA, Jossey Bass, p. 243 (1998)Google Scholar. The leadership challenge, San Francisco, CA, Jossey Bass (1987)Google Scholar. 9. Eich, Darin, . A grounded theory of high quality leadership programs: Perspectives from student leadership development programs in higher education. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences 68(8-A), 3306 (2008)Google Scholar.

Youth leadership: A guide to understanding leadership development in adolescents. JA Van Linden, CI Fertman. MA Potter, CE Ley, CI Fertman, MM Eggleston, S Duman. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 9 (6), 489-495, 2003. Health promotion programs: from theory to practice. CI Fertman, DD Allensworth. John Wiley & Sons, 2016.

Youth Leadership: A Guide to Understanding Leadership Development in. .Leadership development is a learning process that extends over many years. This book examines the problem of training thought and the logical considerations for training thought. A single, all-purpose instrument of leadership is effective communication. If these pages assist any to appreciate this kinship and to consider seriously how its recognition in educational practice would make for individual happiness and the reduction of social waste, the book will amply have served its purpose.

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Based on fifteen years of work with teens and the adults in theirlives, Youth Leadership identifies the three major stages ofadolescent leadership development. It outlines practical, tacticsfor developing leadership skills through experiences at home,school, community, and work, and?most importantly?a shows howadults in these settings can have a positive impact. Josephine vanLinden and Carl Fertman provide flexible strategies that can beused with adolescents in any program and in varied settings, andoffer diagrams, tables, and charts to clarify recommAndations andprocesses. From teachers and principals to directors of communityprograms and religious institutions, anyone interested indeveloping leadership in young people will find Youth Leadership tobe a rich source of information and guidance, and an invaluabletool for nurturing the citizens and leaders of tomorrow.Part One: The Potential for Adolescent Leadership1. Adolescents as Leaders2. Developmental Needs3. How Adolescents Develop LeadershipPart Two: The Stages of Leadership Development4. Stage One: Awareness5. Stage Two: Growth and Activity6. Stage Three: MasteryPart Three: Strategies for Leadership Development7. How Adults Can Nurture Leadership Development8. What Organizations and Communites Can Do9. Training and Programming Issues10. Sustaining Leadership DevelopmentJosephine van Linden is director of the Leadership DevelopmentNetwork at the University of Pittsburgh.Carl I. Fertman is professor of education at the University ofPittsburgh.

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The book results from 13 years' work by two Pittsburgh educators. They address a difficult question in adolescent growth: how can we promote the development of young leaders? They propose a stage theory of leadership development in teens, over five leadership skill areas (information and thinking, attitudes, communication, decision-making, and stress-management) in three chronological developmental levels ("I'm not a leader," "I am a leader," and "I'm going to step up and do it"). The general thrust of development and leadership training is toward ever-more responsible and conscious decision-making and action on the part of the teen. They are looking to develop persons who "influence others in an ethical and socially responsible way."
Few books address leadership development in adolescents, but this one does. It is a great relief from business-oriented "leadership" books, such as Jack Welch's Straight from the Gut, which promote ersatz values and celebrity status as examples of leadership. Instead, these authors see the teaching of leadership as one of the most ethical acts that a community of caring adults can provide for teens. They see leadership as a central element in democratic and humane behavior. This book is not, however, a "how to" book and contains no experiential exercises or adventure tasks.
The authors stop short, however, of examining in detail why we do not do better in educating young leaders. It is not clear why they do not take the next obvious step, to advocate that leadership skills (which they outline well) should be embedded into the social curriculum of all middle and high schools, on a daily basis. After all, if we are serious about developing young leaders in society, perhaps we should be more explicit about it, and weave a deliberate web of development into every teenager's life.
Winn
this book is an amazing book and it has helped me to better understand and develop my leadership skills with youth.