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Lasting Leadership: Lessons from the 25 Most Influential Business People of Our Times

"People are leaders because they choose to lead."

Beware the Bad Leader

there are in fact ways in which we in business and society can work to minimize bad leadership and maximize good leadership.

Teamwork in a Shock Trauma Unit: New Lessons in Leadership

Leadership … is not the product of a leader’s individual differences, but of any organization or unit’s norms, routines and role definitions."

The "Pull Leadership" Manifesto

"Push" leadership will push people right out the door. We need leaders who inspire others to follow, who engender loyalty. We need leaders who practice "pull" leadership.

UM Provides Leadership Development Opportunities for Students

The University of Montana is offering a new student leadership program to provide students with the skills they need to succeed academically and professionally after graduation.

Giving voice to young leaders- Here’s your chance to get your views on leadership published.

They believe that America’s future leaders need their own publishing house to provide a forum, so they created one this summer, College Tree Publishing. It can be found on the Web at

The Benefits of Soft Power

"Leaders have to make crucial choices about the types of power that they use," says Joseph S. Nye Jr., until recently the dean of Harvard’s Kennedy School. Here’s how to choose.

Professionals sought for cultural exchange to Africa

The Rotary clubs of Montana, also known as Rotary International District 5390, will pay transportation costs and Rotarians in the host countries will provide food and lodging.

Define creative leadership and describe how it differs from the status quo.

Creative leaders are fully engaged, contributing all their creative gifts to making the organization better. They understand that leadership is a shared responsibility and they foster an environment that supports innovation.

Horses are used to help people develop leadership skills

"When things are hot and heavy, and we’re trying to figure out how to move something forward and colleagues are not being as supportive as we want, we ask them to look at those photos and think about what they learned there."