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In 2020 I assumed an IT Leadership position at Duke University as part of a centralization of IT services under […]

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As a public speaking and communication professor, my students often express extreme statements about their potential as speakers and leaders. […]

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In part 1 I tried to link the Greek mythic trope of the not-so-noble gods with the effective impossibility of […]

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Hosted by Kallion Leadership and Coker University (Hartsville, SC) Dates: January 4-15, 2021 Registration: $50, sign up here! What is […]

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Introduction In a previous post I explained how I spent the past semester (Fall 2020) treating the humanities educator (namely, […]

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Introduction Halleluyah! It’s the beginning of December and classes are over. It’s been an exhausting, confusing, and prison-like experience teaching […]

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Ancient Leadership Series for SAGE Business Cases Since 2018, SAGE Business Cases (SBC) has been inviting authors to contribute to […]

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This is a post about in-betweens: leadership ‘upwards’ and ‘downwards’; the middle-management rung of the organizational hierarchy; being intelligent and […]

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There are not enough words to convey all that John Lewis meant to this country and the world. If you […]

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I have been thinking about my Leadership in the Ancient World class a lot lately.  I came to the class—or, […]