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

Leadership Experience Claire and Maryam

The Power of a Connection

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA— I was first exposed to the intricacies of South African women’s birth and breastfeeding experiences when I interned at a public hospital in Cape Town in the fall of 2016. Intrigued and inspired by what I learned, I returned to Cape Town during the summer of…

Leadership Exploration Fall scene with students

Leadership as Choice – Part II

To begin, let’s look at the contexts in which leadership choices take place. Many of us have been asked a variation of the question – “who are you as a leader?” This is a difficult question, and in honesty, an unfair question. We carry multiple lenses and identities, shaped by…

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…

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