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"Building An Engaged Campus Conference", 2/3, Montana State University-Billings

The conference will include sessions on motivating and engaging the electorate, holding effective forums, setting goals, advocating for education and scholarship awards, appreciative inquiry, and moving from civic awareness to engagement.

Great Falls Chamber of Commerce asks for High School Leadership program donations

"Unfortunately, the foundation has become rather dormant because we hadn’t done enough to promote it," Leppien said. "We’re sending letters making sure our membership knows we have a foundation to support a good program."

The Center for Leadership Development Names University of Montana Forestry Doctorate Student, Martin Twer, Outstanding Student Leader

"Martin has shown great vision and commitment by seeing that international students have a voice on campus," said Michele Rutherford, a UM English language instructor, in her nomination letter. "He leads by example and encourages others to embrace diversity of people and cultures."

Tiffany Jackson of Butte, Montana says key to student success is involvement – Montana State University Leadership Institute

"Over her three years at the MSU Leadership Institute, Tiffany has grown each year, taken more responsibility, mentored others and evolved from a staff member to staff leader and role model," said Carmen McSpadden, director of the MSU Leadership Institute.

Recommended Reading: Picks for Career Inspiration

The founder of an international women’s network suggests these books for learning more about leadership.

One Great Aspiration – Leaders who tap into the aspirations of their followers are leaders who have the opportunity to achieve greatness.

Leaders who tap into the aspirations of their followers are leaders who have the opportunity to achieve greatness.

The ‘Masculine’ and ‘Feminine’ Sides of Leadership and Culture: Perception vs. Reality

"The notion of what makes an effective leader is changing, and you will find both [traditionally defined] ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ components,"

An Update from Leadership Montana….

The 46-member Leadership Montana Class of 2006 began their journey across Montana on September 7 at Big Sky. It comes as no surprise that this group of Montanans is excited, passionate and committed.

The Essence of Leadership – Leaders are "people who leave their footprints in their areas of passion."

Great leadership seems easy to recognize, and you usually can tell when someone is lacking in leadership qualities. But how do you define it?

What makes a Great Leader?

The Three Ways of Great Leaders All great leaders have the ability to read the forces that shape the times in which they live — and to seize on the resulting opportunities — but a…