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Learning to Lead: The Pedagogy of Practice, by Ganz and Lin

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This excellent resource authored by Ganz and Lin argues that leadership can be taught with pedagogy that itself entails leadership, aligning the content of what is taught with the way it is taught. It describes principles of this pedagogy, shares a curricular framework, and cites examples drawn from various contexts in classrooms, workshops, campaigns, and organizations. Aspiring leaders and/or organizers can use this resource as a basis to establish a sustaining infrastructure that is based on real world experience, citing successes and challenges alike.

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