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Leadership in the political realm

Let’s see what we can learn about leadership with respect to communicating in the public eye. In this paper,
The Qualities of Leadership: Direction, Communication, and Obfuscation by Torun Dewan and David P Myatt (American Political Science Review, 102(3), pp. 351–368, August 2008), the researchers explored the difference between how a leader communicates with clarity versus […]

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Asian American Leadership Conversation in Austin 4/29

You’re invited to Austin on April 29th for “A Conversation on the State of the Asian American Movement”, hosted by Vox Veniae and Space 12. The conversation will revolve around what kind of Asian American leaders need to be raised up to make Kingdom impact.
The location will be Space 12, 3121 East 12th Street, Austin, […]

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First Asian-Americans in high-profile leadership

First Asian-American to Lead Dartmouth (via New America Media and Asian Nation):
Dr. Jim Yong Kim, a world-renowned medical anthropologist at Harvard, has just been named president of Dartmouth College, becoming the first Asian-American president of an Ivy League school. Kim, 49, an expert in AIDS and tuberculosis, is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in […]

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Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management Scholarship

The Harvard Business School Asian American Alumni Association is sponsoring full tuition, board, room, and materials scholarship for a nonprofit organization executive director to attend the six-day Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management this upcoming July. This education program will guide nonprofit leaders as they explore proactive methods for mastering nonprofit leadership.
Applicants must be an executive […]

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First Vietnamese-American elected to Congress

Big news for Asian Americans and politics. On December 6, the first Vietnamese-American was elected to Congress. Cao came to the United States when he was only 8 years old. He holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from Baylor University and a master’s degree in philosophy from Fordham University. He was even a Catholic seminarian […]

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Leadership Journal interview with Dave Gibbons

Leadership Journal published this article titled On the Verge, an interview with David Gibbons (by Andy Crouch and Marshall Shelley; Summer 2008).

The interview chronicles Dave’s life journey from his upbringing to his segregated college experience, various church experiences, and how his understanding of the Gospel has grown and developed over the years. In 1994, […]

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The Top Excuses for Not Leading

Dr. Tim Elmore of Growing Leaders (website: www.GrowingLeaders.com) sent this brilliant article, The Top Excuses for Not Leading, in the Leadership Link, their free monthly leadership article.
This article shows how everyone can indeed be a leader, one of the key being a fresh definition of leadership as: using my influence for a worthwhile cause. […]

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Leadership Development Websites

Kellogg Foundation maintains a great list of Leadership Development Websites — a great place to start to find answers to leadership issues. [note: this list is not an endorsement - it is provided here for your reference]
Here’s a sample of Leadership Development websites listed there:

African American Leadership Institute, The James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership, […]

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The Dragon Awakes at San Diego Asian American Leadership Conference

On April 4-5, 2008, a group of San Diego pastors and ministry leaders (mostly from the area’s InterVarsity chapters) hosted the San Diego Asian American Leadership Conference. What stood out about this conference for me was the level of creativity, contextualization, and going above-and-beyond to serve the attendees (and to bring glory to God). For […]

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2 national conferences for Asian Americans

Two national conferences for Asian American Christian ministry leaders are coming in March 2008:

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