This Session of the Community Leadership Development Program looks at how being vulnerable is a key part of leadership, and what steps can be taken to be more vulnerable as a leader.
In this video we look at some of the challenges of stepping into leadership. How is the leader called to understand and balance the often competing interests of organizational and personnel priorities. We also provide tools for you to use in your thinking about these issues.
Researching this blog I learned a little about why slavery and the social construct of racism developed strongly in the USA from the founding of slavery in 1619 in Jamestown, Virginia.
First part of the public health research history that can be learned from reading Polio, An American Story by David M. Ochinsky. This part reviews insights about developing sources of funding, evolving status of intellectual property, and the role people disabled from poliomyelitis had in advocacy for the disabled.
First part of the public health research history that can be learned from reading Polio, An American Story by David M. Ochinsky. This part includes discussion of the history of the largest clinical trial in the U.S. and clinical research ethics.
The Plantagenet Dynasty of England lasted from Henry II who ascended in 1154 to the deposition of Richard II in 1399. This blog explains why this story is important in the history of the world.
What are some learnings to be gained from the announcement for the Salk Vaccine study, the largest public health clinical trial made, and what were the reactions?
Conflict exists on different levels and each level requires its own tools to resolve, manage and live with conflict. This video will add some tools to your toolbox!
All of us carry particular types of energy, and we can manage how that energy can influence our ability to lead effectively, and can affect others that we lead.
Some resources that I have been reading, listening to or viewing about the history of Britain from the Mesolithic to Modern periods.