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Study finds lack of leadership training programs keeps women executives from advancing

"What our data showed is that they are stacking the deck against women right from the start."

Leadership Advice for the Class of 2009 Graduates

In honor of the class of 2009, here’s a collection of advice on leadership from commencement speakers Robert Gates, Madeleine K. Albright, William Weldon, Steve Jobs, and Conan O’Brian.

Would Your Peers Vote for You?

Here’s something that may convince you to pay more attention to those peer ratings and more importantly, change the way you relate to your peers.

In Praise of Dullness

Warm, flexible, team-oriented and empathetic people are less likely to thrive as C.E.O.’s. Organized, dogged, anal-retentive and slightly boring people are more likely to thrive.

The Leader of the Future: Ten skills to begin developing now

What will tomorrow’s successful leader look like?

Your Greater-Than-Yourself Project – Help develop the next generation of leaders

The greatest, most successful and well-respected leaders understand that the true measure of their greatness as leaders is their ability to develop leaders who go on to surpass them — who rise to a level greater than themselves in skill, influence and ability.

Kal Penn alive, kicking and challenging stereotypes at Montana State Leadership Institute presentation

Carmen McSpadden, director of the MSU Leadership Institute, one of the sponsors of Penn’s appearance, said he met with about 30 leadership and film students earlier in the day. It was important for students to hear what he had to say about diversity and service, she said, and to know that “you can have a career … and also serve your country.”

Top ten reasons managers become great

#1 Enjoy helping people grow.

The Top Ten Challenges of the New Leader

1. People do not naturally want to be led by you.

Princeton Center for Leadership Training – Does Your School Have Peer Training?

Developing leadership, building partnerships…from the inside out.