[http://www.theleeegh.org] It’s an imperative to our species to not merely survive, but to thrive. Leaders aren’t just those with position authority, they’re people with special skills to motivate and inspire others. Leaders become the catalysts for progress and change in any type of organization. These are the reasons why everyone should strive to be a better leader.
[http://www.theleeegh.org] So few organizations employ a board of advisors and in not doing so, miss out on the opportunities they can provide. Boards meet with other leaders and develop relationships in the community, gather information from different industries and sectors, and assist in strategic planning. Implementing a board of advisors is a big step toward making your organization stronger and more successful.
[http://www.theleeegh.org] While most volunteer workers are employed only for menial tasks, they can be instrumental and far more valuable in strong leadership roles. Whether you’re a nonprofit, educational institution or for-profit company, using volunteer leaders will benefit your organization as well as the volunteer.
[http://www.theleeegh.org] In nonprofit organizations, the board of directors has infinite capacity to create committees, or groups of people responsible for the certain tasks. They’re instrumental in getting goals met across a variety of objectives like raising money, creating strategic alliances, and expanding the organization. Consider making use of the valuable resource that volunteers provide to staff, run, and operate your committees.
[http://www.theleeegh.org] A strong moral imperative and an institutional-wide commitment to excellence are reasons why the Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia is owed tribute. The community dedication experienced there allows them to provide a world-class education to serious students.
[http://www.theleeegh.org] The LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas deserves tribute as an exceptional higher-education institution. Here, people learn not about politics, but about the science of government, how to run for-profit and nonprofit organizations, and international affairs and the importance of promoting the interest of the world.
[http://www.theleeegh.org] To pay tribute to The University of Bristol in London, England, I’d like to highlight their efforts in being a global leader in energy, art, and higher education. They offered me a life-changing opportunity some 35 years ago that’s been instrumental in my life and career in global energy management.
[http://www.theleeegh.org] Hubert Humphrey, former vice president of the United States, asked a critical question: how do you make a friend? His answer to this question provides a wealth of wisdom on how to treat others, and gives us all a solid framework to guide decisions and actions in our global business environment.
[http://www.theleeegh.org] As a graduate of Byrd High School in Shreveport, Louisiana, I’d like to offer them a tribute. They not only provided me with the most important educational experience I had, but also a model for management, leadership, and communication within groups. I hope to be able to show my appreciation by giving back to education. Encouraging leadership throughout the field will help these schools continue to provide high-quality educations.
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