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Leadership Can Be Taught: A Bold Approach for a Complex World

by Sharon Daloz Parks

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Leadership Can Be Taught uses Havard Leadership "virtuoso" Ronald Heifetz dynamic leadership teaching model that he uses in his classroom. This unique approach utilizes students' own experiences and the classroom itself into a "studio-laboratory" for working through problems and challenges people will actualy face in today's workplace. This book teaches leadership as mobilizing people to make progress through the tough adaptive challenges that make or break communities, organizations, and socities.

Recommended for a way to teach leadership, using both students past experiences and through classroom techniques.
  OHIOCLDC | Jun 24, 2015 |
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