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ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — It all starts with a discussion of philosophical texts from the likes of Chekhov, Aristotle and Machiavelli, designed to provoke everything from Socratic dialogue to emotional introspection.
John Marshall, Associated Press
, March 06, 2012
Tickets are available for Jamestown College’s fifth annual Character in Leadership Fall Conference featuring a keynote address by Gus Lee, a nationally recognized ethicist, leadership expert, executive character coach, inspirational speaker and best-selling author. The conference will take place on Sept. 30 in the Reiland Fine Arts Center on the campus of Jamestown College.
Almost 50 years after being named Fargo’s Outstanding Young Man, John Q. Paulsen is now considered a legacy leader.
Paulsen, active community leader and former MeritCare Medical Group executive vice president, is the 2010 recipient of the Fargo Moorhead Chamber of Commerce Legacy Leader Award.
By Tracy Frank , Forum Communications Co.
, September 02, 2010
The Impact Institute launched a new program designed to identify, educate and equip the next generation of nonprofit leaders. The North Dakota Emerging Leaders Program is a local training opportunity for nonprofit staff aspiring to be in executive leadership positions. This training is made possible by a 2008 grant from the St. Paul, Minn.,-based Bush Foundation.
Adrian McInnes of Jamestown received the Outstanding High School Leadership Scholarship from the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, for the 2010-2011 academic year. McInnes, daughter of Don and Dianne Bear, will graduate from Jamestown High School and plans to attend UND in the fall.
United Tribes Technical College has created a fellowship program named for its president to help develop American Indian leaders.
The Bismarck school said the program will award fellowships to students who exhibit significant leadership qualities and meet certain conditions such as good grades and work experience. Their goals must be related to the betterment of an Indian tribe or community.
Women’s Leadership Express offers a chance to learn and renew skills that prepare women for leadership roles.
The Continuing Education, Training and Innovation division at Bismarck State College presents this information and networking conference April 6. Sessions are 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the National Energy Center of Excellence on campus.
Although women make up about 50 percent of the work force, only a very small percentage are in leadership positions either in business or politics.
It’s time to start a dialogue about that, said Deb Alber, and to discuss ways to get more women involved, particularly in politics. In the North Dakota Legislature, there are only six women out of the 47 senators and only 17 women out of 94 state representatives. In local government, only about 10 percent are women.
More than 2,900 students and advisers from 12 states attended DECA’s Central Region Leadership Conference in December in Minneapolis.
North Dakota was represented with 225 students and advisers. The Jamestown High School Chapter had these six students attending the conference: Megan Roaldson, Alex Reed, Clay Greenwood, John Kleese, Jordan Lynch and Chris Well.
North Dakota’s first-ever ecumenical faith leadership dialogue on creation care and climate stewardship will take place on Nov. 15 in Jamestown. “Faith Leadership Dialogue: Creation Care & Climate Stewardship” will be held from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 424 First Ave. S The dialogue is free and open to the public.
An effective leader in any organization must lead with judgment and integrity, fostering a culture of ethical behavior.
That’s the message Arthur Collins, retired chairman and CEO of Medtronic Inc., shared in his keynote address at Jamestown College’s fourth annual Character in Leadership Conference held Oct. 8 at the Reiland Fine Arts Center. He presented “Leadership Criteria in Today’s Changing World: A Case Study in CEO Transition.”
The fourth annual Fall Character in Leadership Conference is coming to Jamestown College on Oct. 8.
The conference brings nationally and regionally known speakers to talk to the campus and community on character in leadership, said Myra Watts, director of the Character in Leadership Program at Jamestown College.
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