Leadership Applied Malcolm Campbell with student in lab

Malcolm Campbell on Failing

Professor of Biology at Davidson College, Malcolm Campbell, shares his philosophy on working with students to develop leadership. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ic1k5k0wQMM&feature=youtu.be

Leadership Applied Students on campus

Lead From Strength

Many college students come to college not knowing their strengths.  Students and professionals in the workplace have been taught the conventional approach that you should maintain your personal strengths and work on fixing your weaknesses.  Typically, this is done through identifying improvement areas and then creating a plan on how…

Leadership Exploration Chambers building at dusk

Leadership as Choice

What is leadership? This is a great question, and answers abound. A simple Google search for “what is leadership,” will produce 98,000,000 results. It seems like everyone who writes about leadership has a list of characteristics, behaviors, beliefs or great quotes from successful people to share as the “definition” of…

Leadership Exploration Mike Watson

Mike Watson: The Problem with “Should”

We sat down for an interview with Mike Watson, Founder of Heart-Centric Leadership and professor at the Arts Institute of Charlotte, to get his take on several leadership-based questions. Here are Mike’s thoughts on the challenges with the word “should” and navigating through self-doubt. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfnSp5OvkCg

Leadership Experience AJ with an artist

A Summer with Syrian Artists

The Palestinian-Syrian poet stood before the Berlin coffee shop table checking his watch and stroking his long, disheveled hair. As we bolted through the doors and placed the recorder and cameras on the table, he turned to ask what I planned to discuss and who my friend was. “He’s from…

General Phi Hall & the Well

Why a Leadership Blog?

The Chidsey Center for Leadership Development at Davidson College is embarking on a new journey – a blog that is dedicated to engaging a broad audience in leadership thinking and dialogue – and we sincerely hope you’ll join us in this endeavor. We know conversations, engagement and dialogue lead to…

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