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Introductory Reading For Being a Leader and The Effective Exercise of Leadership

Students cannot master that which they do not create for themselves. This is especially true of anything that is at first counterintuitive.

What the Brightest Scholars Say about Leadership

Everyone has been writing about leadership, in fact, except the people you would expect to be most active in the field: scholars.

“Carpe diem” could be a good motto for Montana State University’s graduating class of 2010. Among this year’s graduating seniors are many students who have seized the day in remarkable ways.

“My sense is MSU students are thinking deeply about serving others — and they want to do so now, not later.” said Carmen McSpadden. Here are three graduating seniors who have seized the day at MSU, served others and made a positive difference.

The MBA Oath – Responsible Value Creation

In exercising my professional duties according to these principles, I recognize that my behavior must set an example of integrity, eliciting trust and esteem from those I serve. I will remain accountable to my peers and to society for my actions and for upholding these standards.

Leadership certifications can help advance IT careers

For IT professionals looking to move into leadership roles, certification and specific niche expertise could be a rewarding investment of time.

Building the Next-Generation Business Leader – The Challenge of Business Schools

Garth Saloner, dean of Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, discusses the challenge business schools face in educating students for a new world of companies without borders.

New Poll: Employees Don’t Trust Their Leaders – 10 Ways to Inspire Trust as a Leader

Employees’ trust toward their workplace has taken a severe hit, with employees across all industry segments citing a lack of trust in not only senior leaders, but direct managers and co-workers as well.

David W. Orr – “Down To The Wire: Local Responses To Climate Destabilization,”, 4/22, Montana State University, Bozeman

Orr is a professor at Oberlin College, dubbed one of the “greenest” campuses in the nation and led the effort to design and build the first substantially green college building in the United States.

Documents and Issues at leadershipmontana.org

The hard work all of you (ok, most of you) have put in on these projects may have some value well beyond the final presentation at Leadership Montana.

Seth Godin on the Tribes We Lead – Can You Lead in Today’s World?

Seth Godin argues the Internet has ended mass marketing and revived a human social unit from the distant past: tribes. Founded on shared ideas and values, tribes give ordinary people the power to lead and make big change. He urges us to do so.