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Associate professor

Program head, MA Leadership & GC Values-based Leadership

Leadership Studies
Business

Dr. Kathy Bishop is an associate professor in the School of Leadership Studies . She is passionate about teaching leadership and engaging in diverse approaches to research. Her work focusses on values-based leadership, organizational culture change and creativity. She utilizes a variety of creative, experiential, participatory, nature-based and transformative learning methods. Her research interests include leadership development, online education, action-oriented research and arts-based methodologies. She is the program head for the Master of Arts in Leadership (Executive Leadership specialization) and Graduate Certificate in Values-Based Leadership .

Experience

Bishop joined 企鹅电竞查询v6.9 安卓版 in 2013. She has more than 30 years of leadership experience spanning multi-disciplinary fields including counselling, social services, not-for-profit agencies, small business development and adult education. She is a scholar-practitioner with her own consulting business since 2000. Bishop has also been the executive director of the Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce and a not-for-profit agency serving at risk youth. She started her career as a registered social worker.

    Education

    2015
    PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies (Leadership and Applied Theatre)

    University of Victoria

    1986
    Bachelor of Social Work

    University of British Columbia

    Awards

    2013-14
    Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship Award

    University of Victoria

    2012-13
    Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship Award

    University of Victoria

    Publications

    Bishop, K., Etmanski, C., & Page, B. (Eds.) (Spring 2019) Special edition on arts and engagement. Engaged Scholar Journal (VP Research Office, University of Saskatchewan).

    Etmanski, C., Bishop, K., & Page, B. (Eds.) (2017) Adult learning through collaborative leadership. New Directions in Adult and Continuing Education No. 156. Jossey-Bass Quarterly Sourcebooks.

    Mitchell, D.  & Bishop, K.  (2020). Tales from the field: Call to action engage in critical Indigenous leadership activism and allyship. In J. Bruce & K. McKee (Eds.), Transformative leadership in action: Allyship, advocacy, and activism (pp. 129–138). Emerald.

    Bishop, K., Etmanski, C., & Page, M. B. (2019). Engagement in online learning: It’s not all about faculty! In A. Altmann, B. Ebersberger, C. Mössenlechner, & D. Wieser (Eds.), The disruptive power of online education: Challenges, opportunities, responses (pp. 83 - 98). Emerald.

    Bishop, K., Weigler, W., Lloyd, T., & Beare, D. (2017) Fostering collaborative leadership through playbuilding. In C. Etmanski, K. Bishop, & B. Page (Eds.), Adult learning through collaborative leadership. New Directions in Adult and Continuing Education No. 156 (pp. 65 - 76). Jossey-Bass Quarterly Sourcebooks.

    Etmanski, C., Bishop, K., & Page, B. (Eds.) (2017). Editors’ notes. In C. Etmanski, K. Bishop, & B. Page (Eds.), Adult learning through collaborative leadership. New Directions in Adult and Continuing Education No. 156 (pp. 5 - 8). Jossey-Bass Quarterly Sourcebooks.

    Etmanski, C., & Bishop, K. (2017). Creativity and action research. In Hilary Bradbury and Associates, Cooking with action research: Volume 2, Resources for self and community transformation (pp. 81 - 94). AR+.

    Leahy, M. J., Nicolaides, A., Etmanski, C., & Bishop, K. (2017). Educating the action research scholar-practitioner. In  Hilary Bradbury and Associates, Cooking with action research: Stories and resources for self and community transformation (pp. 54 - 78). AR+

    Fairbanks Taylor, V. & Bishop, K. (2019).  Bringing mindfulness practice to leadership and business education. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 16(5) 103–115.

    Bishop K., Etmanski, C., Page, M.B., Dominguez, B., & Heykoop C. (2019 Spring). Narrative métissage as an innovative engagement practice. Engaged Scholar Journal, 5(2) 1–16.

    Bishop, K., Etmanski, C., & Page, B. (Eds.) (2019 Spring). From the guest editors. Engaged Scholar Journal, 5(2) i–viii.

    Bishop, K. (2014). Six perspectives in search of an ethical solution: Utilizing a moral imperative within a multiple ethics paradigm to guide research-based theatre/applied theatre work. Research in Drama Education: The Journ al of Applied Theatre and Performance 19(1), 64-75.