Leaders Who Learn
by Claremont Lincoln University
April 6, 2021 1:02 am
“Leaders Who Learn” highlights the dimensions of leadership urgently needed today, the collaboration necessary for leading well, and the ways to tap the leader within each of us. Interviews showcase ethical and humble leaders who listen, learn and build a legacy of gratitude, service, and transparency in their businesses and communities.
Dr. Audrey Jordan and Dr. Jerry D. Campbell discuss the origins of The Golden Rule and its place in our current society. Audrey D. Jordan, Ph.D., CPC is the Jerry D. Campbell Professor of Civic Engagement at Claremont Lincoln University. Dr. Jerry D. Campbell is the co-founder and President Emeritus of Claremont Lincoln University.
Does The Golden Rule have a place in 2021?2 weeks ago
Technology and Education, Looking to the Future - with Dr. David Duke, Chief Product Officer, ACI Learning1 month ago
Social Justice is about Tangible Results - with Elizabeth Leiba, Co-Host of The EdUp Experience Podcast and Social Justice Warrior2 months ago
Humble Leaders and "Personized" Relationships - with Edgar and Peter Schein2 months ago
Bold Leadership in Higher Education - with Dr. Bill Pepicello, University of Phoenix President (2006-2014)3 months ago
Workplace DEI - with Patti Cuthill, Chief Joy Officer, NextLevelInternet.com3 months ago
Education and Sustainable Solutions through Partnership - with Dr. George "Mac" McCarthy, President/CEO, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy3 months ago
Women's Educational Leadership in the Middle East - with Dr. Susan Saxton, President, American University of Bahrain4 months ago
Police and Community Relations - with Robert Stresak, Former Executive Director for the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)4 months ago
Authentic Leadership and Preventing the Status Quo - with Bracken Darrell, CEO & President, Logitech5 months ago