Under the rubric of service to humanity and giving leadership
a human face, Robert Rotberg's avers thus:
Believing in God, family, and country--in that order--is leadership
Not forgetting that the past is our heritage, the present is our challenge, and the future is our responsibility is leadership
from the point of view of the leader has been studied in a variety of ways.
A pastor and council or a bishop and staff may collectively develop a leadership
style that becomes clearly perceived by a follower group quite differently than any self-perception.
At meetings, chaired by a development manager, they look at performance and potential obstacles to the FMDP's success in the next rotation, and what assignment could help round out the his/her leadership
and financial acumen.
In the usual process of leadership
development, the evolving leader rarely interacts with the CEO of the organization outside of the top leader's formal role in meetings and presentations.
Developing a training program seemed the most practical way to ensure that evolving team members shared the same leadership
The investigators also reported a lack of understanding of group counseling in schools and the need for greater understanding of the leadership
role the professional school counselor can play in advocating for all students.
Only applicants who, in the considered judgment of the Board of Governors, have outstanding potential for success in senior leadership
positions will be accepted into the program.
African American Leadership
Institute, May 22-26, 2006
An increase of similar educational partnerships--because of the success of the Youth Leadership
Camp, other community partnerships will be formed to offer education to their prospective audiences.