Date Capstone Completed
Masters of Science in Leadership Education: Organizational Leadership
Research exists that investigates mindfulness (Ehrlich, 2017), and mindfulness as a strategy to increase self-efficacy (Barling, Carleton, & Trivisonno, 2018). There is also research focused on leadership self-efficacy and its relationship to pursuing leadership positions in employment (Cziraki, et. al, 2018), which will be referred to in this study as motivation to lead. This study seeks to explain how the level of an individual’s leadership self-efficacy and their level of mindfulness awareness relate to one another. Data will be further analyzed by comparing the survey results of two groups: those who are potential leaders (or non-leaders), and those who are current leaders.
Nelson, Kitra J., "Mindfulness Awareness and Leadership Self-Efficacy in Current and Potential Leaders" (2020). Leadership Education Capstones. 29.