Leadership Applied people running

Learning to “Run to Trouble”

Challenge is everywhere. Each of us experiences hard situations, difficult people, tall tasks, things not working out, and times when we just want to run away. This is not new to the human condition, and the challenges around us seem to continually get more complex and overwhelming. These challenges exist…

General Mike Watson

Mike Watson on Leadership

Mike Watson, Founder of Heart-Centric Leadership and Professor at the Arts Institute of Charlotte, shares his thoughts on leadership – examining self-awareness and leading from the heart. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFIigLQ2dzg&feature=youtu.be

Leadership Experience View of NYC from Human Rights Watch

Partnership in Leading Effectively

This summer, I had the incredible opportunity to intern for Human Rights Watch (HRW), an international human rights watchdog organization. I spent eight weeks working for their Children’s Rights Division at the organization’s headquarters in New York City. My main assignment for the summer was to fact-check and proofread components…

General Meg Seitz Working

Meg Seitz on Leadership

Meg Seitz, founder and managing creative director of Toth Shop, shares her thoughts on leadership from the perspective of an entrepreneur. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oN9S1qFE5E&feature=youtu.be

Leadership Applied Question Mark

Leading with Questions

Powerful Questions as a way to Foster Leadership Development Have you ever been asked a powerful question that took you aback, dove into you, and pulled out new thinking or emotions that you didn’t know you had? I had a former colleague that did that with relative ease. I would…

General John and Charles working with Chidsey Fellows

John Berkley and Charles Page on Leadership

John Berkley, President of Competitive Edge Consulting, and Charles Page ’71, Owner of Cool Spring Retreat Center, share their insights and questions on leadership. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xWRw_0HHOc&feature=youtu.be

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