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Fostering Innovation and Resilience in a Year of Unknowns by George Reese, TSA Leadership Institute Program Coordinator, Key Executive Leadership Programs, American University The end of a year is a time many of us take a moment to reflect on what we’ve done or accomplished in the past year, and perhaps set some new goals,… continue reading Fostering Innovation and Resilience in a Year of Unknowns
The Struggle Continues But Victory Is Assured: Inspiring Women and Girls to Leadership in Africa by Josephine Ashia Leadership is a globally acknowledged avenue that affects life skills, talents, and knowledge from individuals to the larger society. The community usually benefits from the exceptional individuals who have excelled in their respective fields, having had the… continue reading The Struggle Continues But Victory Is Assured: Inspiring Women and Girls to Leadership in Africa
Embracing False Positivity by Stephanie Hull, Management and Program Analyst, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Office of Investigations & Key Executive MPA Alum Most everyone has some form of morning routine, whether you favor the snooze button or rise before the alarm, and like many, I awake each morning in search of three things: a… continue reading Embracing False Positivity
Love People, Always. Mission Will Take Care of Itself by Dr. Patrick Malone, Director, Key Executive Leadership Programs We often see organizations attempt to balance their focus on organizational mission and people. Most opt for mission. They will often proclaim We’re all about the mission! Or, Mission First, People Always (in an attempt to let… continue reading Love People, Always. Mission Will Take Care of Itself.