Amy Johnson, EdD
Interim Associate Provost for Faculty & Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence
East Tennessee State University
Amy Johnson EdD is the Interim Associate Provost for Faculty & Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at East Tennessee State University. Dr. Johnson has more than 15 years of experience in continuing higher education, adult degree programming, teaching and faculty development, and university first-year experience courses. As the director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at ETSU Dr. Johnson facilitates and assesses faculty workshops as well as facilitates interdisciplinary faculty learning communities aimed at helping faculty learn best practices for improving student engagement and critical thinking.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Developing an IPE Leadership Lens: Mapping IPE Competencies and the Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership
A standard model of leadership for interprofessional engagement, whether educational or practice based, has not been well defined. Various models of leadership have been suggested as the prototype for interprofessional engagement including transformational, collaborative, shared, collective, and team-based leadership. Servant leadership has been suggested as an appropriate model for interprofessional engagement by some; however, this model has been less widely explored as a viable model. This lightening talk will focus on the mapping of IPE competencies to the Seven Pillars of Servant…