Monthly Archives: June 2016

Independence Day: What Can the Leaders of Today Learn from our Founding Fathers?

By Thomas H. Little, Ph.D. and SLLF Director of Curriculum Development and Research

Governments, especially their legislative branches, seem to have lost the respect of the voters they are elected to represent. A good friend describes the support of the United States Congress as being similar to AT&T’s “Friends and Family Plan” – the only people […]

By |June 30th, 2016|Ethics and Leadership|

In Honor of Father’s Day: Leadership Lessons I learned from My Father and Grandfathers

By Thomas H. Little, Ph.D. and SLLF Director of Curriculum Development and Research

As I think about Father’s Day, I am reminded of a card tucked in the drawer of my night stand that means a great deal to me. It is not a Father’s Day card, but instead a Christmas card given to me this […]

By |June 17th, 2016|Ethics and Leadership|

Caught in the Middle: Majority Leaders Revisited

This June, SLLF will host the fourth annual Conference for State Majority Leaders (CSML) in Honolulu, Hawaii. As we prepare for this meeting, we thought we would revisit a paper that Steve Lakis, Ken Morton and Thom Little wrote after the first meeting three years ago in Atlanta, Georgia. The paper is entitled “Caught in […]

By |June 2nd, 2016|Uncategorized|