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Book: Honing Self-Awareness of Faculty and Future Business Leaders

  • 1.  Book: Honing Self-Awareness of Faculty and Future Business Leaders

    Posted 11-05-2022 09:49
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    Happy to announce that our book is in print. 

    Honing Self-Awareness of Faculty and Future Business Leaders prepares 21st century managers and teachers in business schools and other higher education institutions – not only be able to deal with emotions that arise in the classroom, but to emanate heightened emotional intelligence themselves – aiding personal and interpersonal development and forming the foundation of leader self-awareness.

    We are grateful to the contributors. Here is the table of contents:

    Foreword; Judi Neal
    Theme 1. Working with Student Emotions
    Chapter 1. Emotional Discomfort as a Catalyst for Breaking Through Students' Self-Perceived Capabilities; Blake Kanewischer, Sonja L. Johnston, Jaci Lyndon, and Megan Glancey
    Chapter 2. Emotional Intelligence, Boredom Proneness, and Student Cyberloafing Behavior; Chitra Khari and Prachi Bhatt
    Chapter 3. Should Mindfulness Practices Be Mandatory in Business Education?; Dunia A. Harajli and Bart F. Norré
    Chapter 4. Mental Illness as an Outcome of Racial School Bullying: An Evocative Auto-ethnographic Account of a Professor; Payal Kumar
    Chapter 5. Teaching in a Complex System: Using Systems Thinking to Facilitate Social-Emotional Learning in the College Classroom; Elizabeth A. Luckman
    Chapter 6. Using Audience Response Systems to Facilitate Student Self-Awareness in Leadership Development Programs; Eunice Maytorena-Sanchez and Courtney E. Owens

    Theme 2. Working with Teacher Emotions
    Chapter 7. Catch and Release: Tools for Dealing with Teacher Stress; Antonina (Tonya) Bauman
    Chapter 8. Reframing Self in the Classroom: Interdependent Reflexivity for Enhancing Self-Awareness; Susan S. Case, H. Michael Schwartz, and Sharon F. Ehasz
    Chapter 9. Maybe the Problem is not Our Students but Us: Developing Faculty Personal-Interpersonal Capacity; Craig R. Seal, Krystal Miguel Rawls, Marquis E. Gardner-Nutter, and Selina Sanchez
    Chapter 10. Learning to Surf: Catching the Waves of Dynamic Emotions in Experiential Teaching; Emily Morrison, Henriette Lundgren, and SeoYoon Sung
    Chapter 11. Our Better Angels: A Neuro-Psychological Theory of Faculty Development; Deborah J. Natoli
    Chapter 12. Teaching Adult Learners by Drawing on Heightened Instructor Awareness and Collaborative Autoethnography; Richard Peregoy, Payal Kumar, Richard J. Major, and Tom Elwood Culham
    Chapter 13. Emotions in the Virtual Classroom: Understanding the role of Emotional Intelligence amidst COVID-19 Blues; Arti Sharma and Sushant Bhargava
    Chapter 14. Arts-Based Pedagogy in Management Education: Personal Reflections; Charlie Yang, Ekaterina Ivanova, and Maria Ivanova


    In the nearly 30 years since the advent of the 'affective revolution,' scholars and practitioners alike have gradually come to understand that the world we live in cannot be understood solely in terms of mechanical or cognitive principles. The chapters in this volume demonstrate this realization and deal with a wide variety of human experience, both in the classroom and at work. In particular the chapters reveal how, through becoming mindful of our emotions we can improve our self-awareness and personal effectiveness, and in doing so become role models for our students - who will be the leaders of tomorrow.

    Prof Neal M. Ashkanasy, The University of Queensland, Australia

    Retention of learning from collegiate and graduate courses is abysmal. The half-life of knowledge seems to be 6 ½ weeks and needed competency development is sparse despite billions spent on higher education. This collection of essays, models and studies about managing emotions of both students and teachers should sensitize the curious reader and provoke some new approaches. Without engaging the whole student with their emotions as well as ideas and values, we have little hope of motivating retained learning. Combining the right pedagogy and teachers feeling inspired (i.e., handling their own emotions, as well as ideas and values) is essential.

    Richard Boyatzis, PhD, Distinguished University Professor, Case Western Reserve University.

    With regards,

    Prof. Payal Kumar 

    Emerald Brand Ambassador |

    Academy of Management Discoveries South Asian Ambassador |

    Associate Editor, Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion |

    Dean Research & Management Studies,

    Indian School of Hospitality, India

    Book titles: amazon.com/author/payalkumar




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