Develop Your Leadership Skills
These online events are ideal for executives, professionals, and individuals looking to develop their leadership and learn from the historic example of George Washington.
Individuals participating in one class or the series will come away with a better understanding of the principles of leadership as exemplified by George Washington and have a chance to reflect on their own leadership skills. These online events will cover the leadership principles of:
- fostering teams and cooperation
- strategic planning and vision
- compromise and collaboration
This semester's lecturers include:
Kevin Butterfield, PhD, Executive Director of the Washington Library – The former Director of the Institute for the American Constitutional Heritage and Constitutional Studies Program at the University of Oklahoma, his first book, The Making of Tocqueville's America: Law and Association in the Early United States, was published by the University of Chicago Press.
Joseph Stoltz, PhD, Director of the George Washington Leadership Institute – A former member of the United States Military Academy's Department of History, he studies the integration of the Continental Army and its French allies during the American War of Independence.