Monthly Archives: June 2015

A Fundamental Rule of Ethical Leadership – Don’t be an idiot!

by Kenneth G. Morton, Assistant Director of Curriculum Development & Research

In September, SLLF and the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership will be offering the 2015 Upper Midwest Ethics and Leadership Summit for legislators from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

Relatedly, SLLF has been working with the Governing Institute […]

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Lessons From the White House: The Importance of Leadership “Abilities” Part II

By Thomas H. Little, Ph.D.

A few weeks ago, I posted an article about four “abilities” associated with effective leadership: likeability, capability, credibility and adaptability. Over the last few weeks, it occurred to me that if I can take a little more liberty with the English language (two of the three “abilities” are not valid words, […]

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