Dallas Campus (Online)
Date of Award
Doctor of Education
Committee Chair or Primary Advisor
Dr. Jamie Petrilla
Second Committee Member or Secondary Advisor
Dr. Colleen Ramos
Third Committee Member or Committee Reader
Dr. Shawn Anderson
The purpose of this qualitative study was to investigate leadership development strategies in organizations in North Texas needed to create prepared, competent leaders who can become and help create deliberately developmental leaders. Open-ended and semistructured interviews were used to collect data, with questions centered on effective leadership development strategies for creating competent leaders and effective leadership strategies for creating deliberately developmental leaders. The idea was to understand if organization’s leadership focused on the need for leadership development, if organizational members were being identified for leadership, and if systems exist to address future organizational leadership needs. Three types of organizations were studied to show a contrast in organizations and how a need exists for leadership development no matter the type. The research revealed that all of the organizations needed competent leadership, but none of the organizations had a distinct leadership development plan. Organizations must create a culture and standards for noticeable leadership development.
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Nixon, Glenn Allen, "Deliberately Developmental Leadership in Organizational Settings" (2022). Digital Commons @ ACU, Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 535.