Leadership Literacy

Kellerman, Barbara
February 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Feb2011, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p3
In this article the author reflects on the results of studies on leadership conducted by prestigious organizations which point to a crisis of confidence in U.S. leaders both public and private. She reveals that leadership education is viewed as deficient by the very professionals responsible for advancing its goal of developing trustworthy leaders, citing expert opinions from Marshall School of Business and Harvard School of Business. She discusses the leadership canon contained in the leadership literacy course she developed for Harvard Kennedy School.


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