Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Arts in Leadership (MAL)
ln order to better understand the purpose of and best practices associated with non-profit organizations offering leadership trainings to their constituents, 14 participants from two different organizations were interviewed about their experiences. These organizations work with two unique populations, those with intellectual disabilities and at-risk teens. The individuals interviewed were asked the same questions and their responses were compiled to help find themes within these two leadership trainings. Based on their responses, a list of seven criteria was assembled regarding what makes a leadership training successful from the perspective of the participants. For organizations looking to offer similar programs to their constituents, this list can be used to set the foundation for the launch of their own leadership training.
Halbur, Emily, "Leadership Program Outcomes Study: Essential elements of leadership trainings offered to marginalized populations" (2011). Theses and Graduate Projects. 987.