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ProblemThe scholarship of leadership abounds with the affordances, limitations, antecedents, and outcomes associated with the different theories in Human Resource Development (HRD) literature. However, a clear delineation between the host of individual leadership theories does not exist. Absent...
ProblemThere is a continued, well documented disconnect between HRD scholars and practitioners. Specifically, the ‘Implications for HRD Practice’ section in academic articles is often lacking in relevance and meaning. This is harmful for both academia and practice, but especially for the...
ProblemDespite organizations adopting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in organizational initiatives, discrimination, and unjust practices persist. Consequently, organizational environments where individuals feel safe and valued are critical not only to organizational effectiveness but for...
ProblemThe field of human resource development (HRD) is recognized for its contributions to the body of literature on learning and performance. However, the lack of literature on problems emanating from the social systems (e. g. racism, sexism, ageism, sexual orientation, disability, to name a...
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