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Leadership Communication: Addressing a Gap in Leadership Development Programs

Leadership matters. Indeed, given the sheer annual investment in leadership development training, one must conclude that many organizations recognize the importance of leadership development to meeting organizational objectives. In fact, of the $60 billion dollar investment in training in 2012, nearly half of the training spend focused on leadership related training (ASTD, 2012). Of course, … Continue reading

Transcending Self, Otherness, and Service: A Leadership Philosophy

Leadership occupied my interest from an early age.  In high school, I ran for class president twice—and won the vote the second time around.  Later, I joined the U.S. Army as an enlisted man, and by the age of twenty-one, I was a non-commissioned officer leading a team of ten men.  After my stint in … Continue reading

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