Montana Leadership

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Talking with the Receptionist, Pausing When You Speak and Other Secrets of Leadership Success

"A receptionist is a corporate concierge. They will talk to more important people in a day — suppliers, customers, even CEOs — than you will talk to all year."

Rotary Club hosts leadership camp for high schoolers

“I met students from all over Montana,” Riordan said. “We attended helpful seminars and workshops regarding the leadership process. This year when I returned, we had the same core group from 2006. We had already bonded and had the experience of leading the seminars. It was a wonderful experience in learning leadership skills.

Becoming a great leader depends on skill, not talent

While some believe that leaders are "born, not made," research shows that great leaders are, in fact, made.

Blackfeet Manpower forms youth council to teach leadership skills

"With so many kids getting killed, Blackfeet Manpower wanted to help…try to do something for the youth and teach leadership so they’ll be out in the community more and involved."

Leadership – Annapolis style

Are there enough seasoned leaders to guide the many companies that are being formed?

Leadership Montana Introduces Class of 2008…

Leadership Montana, a statewide collaboration of higher education, civic and business leaders, has selected the Class of 2008. This is the fourth class of Leadership Montana.

How to Differentiate Yourself as a Leader

Five steps to developing a strategy to excel in increasing productivity, retaining talent and recruiting those who will be a good fit.

Ten Leadership Taboos Exposed

"Leadership is being propagated as a task not unlike dieting or cooking," Smith told me in a recent interview. "We’ve come to the point where we want everyone to be a leader. But just because we may want that, it doesn’t mean it can happen."

Workplace Coach: A leader brings out the best in everyone. Do you have what it takes?

Here are a few questions and core competencies to help you gauge if you "have the right stuff."

University of Montana President Dennison Wins State Leadership Award

The award was presented Wednesday, May 16, by the Montana Interagency Committee for Change by Women and honors those who create positive change for state employees by promoting the full participation of women in government.