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Doctoral Projects (2003-Present)

The final requirement for School of Business & Leadership Doctor of Strategic Leadership (DSL) students is the DSL Project. Doctoral students develop and conduct innovative research projects that enhance the field of leadership one project at a time. Below is a list of all doctoral projects published up to this point.

Arrington, Angelia

  • Seminar on Leadership ACTS™ Guiding Principles for Leaders, Entrepreneurs, and Businesses

    Angelia Arrington

    Leadership is ever present as individuals, entrepreneurs, and businesses alike are leading all sorts of companies, organizations, institutions, programs, schools, and churches. In fact, leadership has become such an integral component within the modern organization and society that many positions are simply entitled "leader."

    Author Warren Bennis, named "the dean of leadership gurus" by Forbes magazine, persuasively argues that leaders are not born-they are made. Bennis asserts, "In a world increasingly defined by turbulence and uncertainty, the call to leadership is more urgent than ever." Further, Bennis contends trust is the underlying issue to getting and keeping people on your side as leader. When leaders honor their commitments they earn and sustain trust, respect, and followership.

    Yet, according to the Transparency International Global Corruption Report , 2012, the world's ten most corrupt leaders embezzled nearly $70 billion US dollars over the past two decades. Admittedly, this is an astonishing fact. The first question might be how in the world did ten people embezzle that much money? But, the critical question is why did some of the world's top leaders dishonor their followership and, more importantly, themselves? So, what's a good leader to do? For leaders who wish to make a difference; the answer is found in this seminar as integrity is the essential moral fiber of leadership. The practical values of leadership must begin with trust, respect, dignity, and honor.

    This seminar Leadership ACTS™: Guiding Principles for Leaders, Entrepreneurs, and Businesses is designed to inform contemporary leaders how to develop essential values-based leadership skills to make good decisions, do the right thing, and to develop and sustain the will to serve. Avid leaders can no longer ignore the decline of trust in leadership; it is time for leaders to transform and learn new methodology in order to help change mindsets, behaviors, and misconceptions about leadership and the leadership industry.

    This seminar addresses the need to change how modern day leaders behave. The acronym ACTS consists of four leadership behaviors to include authentic, collaborative, transformational, and servant and it describes how leaders should think, act, and behave while conducting day-to-day business.

    The primary objective of this seminar is to inspire leaders, entrepreneurs, and businesses to practice values-based leadership. It encourages leaders to lead purposefully and passionately while using their God-given gifts and sound values as guiding principles. Become the authentic, collaborative, transformational, and servant leader necessary to succeed in today's world by attending this faith-based seminar that uses Biblical principles to demonstrate practical applications. This seminar includes a 40-Day Survival Guide on leadership ACTS™.

Bowen Jr., Charles T.

  • The Foresight Experience: Imagining Tomorrow ... Today

    Charles T. Bowen Jr.

    Strategic planning charts the organization's course, strategic foresight looks over the horizon at what lies ahead. In ancient times the edges of maps were marked with the warning, "here there be monsters." The trend and issue analysis of today could be compared to sailing in sight of the shore, or to a known point. Strategic foresight informs the organization about the "monsters" over the horizon that need to be anticipated and avoided, or prepared for.

    On the horizon are transformational technologies such as nanotechnology that will build machines at the molecular level that will change medical science. Neurotechnology will make the man-machine interface potentially become a thought away. Bio-technology may extend human life and provide us with enhanced capabilities. New materials, machines and mechanisms may change the way we work, communicate and even where we may live. How WILL they impact your line of business, your customers, and the products and services you offer? How will they impact your employees, organizational structures and processes?

    Our foresight experience begins in our imaginations. There are three words that need to be considered. First, is the word imagine, as ... to form a mental image of (something not present). The second is tomorrow, as ... the day after the present, or as the "future." The third is today ... the present day, time, or age. The foresight experience asks participants to imagine tomorrow; today. The strategic foresight process can be used to inform an organizations strategic planning and help them anticipate what contingencies need to be planned for. But it does not replace it! Strategic Foresight is not predictive - the process can provide alternative views of the future, but it is not predictive. Foresight is not magic!

    Strategic Foresight is not prophetic - the process can help an organization develop agility, through contingency planning, so it can respond to potential changes but it cannot tell you what will change; it is not prescriptive. The products of the strategic foresight process are learnable; not a divine gift!

    Is your organization like the mythological character Sisyphus, doomed to push the rock up the hill, only to reach the top and have it roll down again and again? Or, can you use foresight to imagine and prepare to make tomorrow more than what was hoped for? Through the strategic foresight process we can anticipate and shape the organizations response to future events. That is a cause for hope.

Brown, Jasmin

  • Alpha & Omega School of Christian Leadership - Leading Organizational Change by Transforming the Leadership of Independent Churches in Jamaica for Greater Impact in the 21st Century

    Jasmin Brown

    In a fast changing and ever more complex world, there seem to be a crisis of leadership. Acknowledging that the challenges and opportunities of the twenty-first century call for a new type of leader and leadership, this project details the academic, organizational and strategic, plans for Alpha & Omega School of Christian Leadership located in Jamaica, W.I. Alpha & Omega School of Christian Leadership seeks to prepare graduates for a life of servant leadership and effective vocation by providing transformative Christian leadership training for pastors and other ministry leaders.

    The aim of the program is to equip pastors, church leaders, and lay leaders with transformational leadership skills that will enable them to provide a new paradigm of leadership for ministry. It focuses on the speci¬fic needs and issues facing leaders of churches in the developing world in general and the Caribbean in particular.

    The program proposes to facilitate a learning opportunity for ministry leaders. In order to accomplish this goal and to meet the various needs of Christian leaders, the program will take an integrated approach to leadership development by creating a learning experience that transforms ministry leaders spiritually, relationally, and experientially. The curriculum will focus on three core competencies: 1. The Personal and spiritual formation of the leader, which refers to the inner development of a leader's character; 2. Vocational or ministerial formation which refers to the leader's competence - the development of ministry skills and knowledge, reflected by a leader's growth in experiential understanding of leadership concepts, as well as identifying, developing, and using skills and gifts with increasing levels of effectiveness; 3. Organizational development and strategic formation refers to the leader's contribution to the organization and describes the leader's responsibility to shape the plans and actions of his or her organization. It focuses upon the leader's working within an organization to discern God's vision and guide the implementation of the vision.

    The challenges and opportunities of the twenty-first century call for a new type of leader and leadership, certainly an entirely new and different way of thinking about leadership and developing future leaders. The Alpha and Omega school of Christian Leadership seeks to provide quality education, in Christian leadership to meet these challenges.

Cantrell, Beth

  • Curriculum for Undergraduate Degree in Nonprofit Administration

    Beth Cantrell

    "The non-profit organization exists to bring about a change in individuals and in society." With these words in Managing the Nonprofit Organization, Peter Drucker introduced the importance of the nonprofit sector in modern society. Identified by their lack of owners who are entitled to claim residual profits and their exemption from most forms of taxation, these organizations exist to fill a void in the provision of services by for-profit businesses.

    The importance of this sector of the economy has propelled the development of academic programs at both the undergraduate and the graduate level to prepare for future leadership needs within these organizations. Until recently, formal education in nonprofit administration has been confined to certificate programs and graduate degrees. Undergraduate degrees in nonprofit administration are increasing in availability and popularity. Faced with the impending retirement of many baby boomers, a leadership shortage in the nonprofit sector is anticipated.

    This project entailed the development of a curriculum for a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Nonprofit Administration. As a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, the proposed curriculum has a strong business foundation. Many nonprofit directors, especially those who have a background in social services, have expressed a need for more preparation for the business operations of the organization. Students who complete this degree will be prepared for careers in the nonprofit sector and for graduate study in a number of fields, including business, nonprofit administration, or public administration.

Chien, Meichun

  • Coaching: A Way to Enjoy Individual Success and Organizational Effectiveness

    Meichun Chien

    According to the Bible, human beings were created to enjoy a prosperous life by taking charge and being responsible for living out our purpose. Only then can we have a sense of significance and fulfillment. If we fail to be who we were made to be and do what we were made to do, we not only feel frustrated, but also produce disappointing performances in whatever roles we play.

    If we take charge and responsibility for playing our roles well and creating a satisfactory performance, we will enjoy personal success. If we improve the performance of those around us and help others excel at whatever roles they play, we can then enjoy collective and synergistic success. Therefore, success depends greatly on living out our destiny. Unless we discover our purpose and live up to what we were born to do, we can't possibly function with maximum effectiveness and exceptional joy. As our life is aligned with our purpose, we can produce remarkable results with great fulfillment and satisfaction. Imagine how effective organizations would be if people could all help each other flow in their destiny, express their gifts and talents freely, and create results. Imagine how they would enjoy individual success and organizational effectiveness by helping each other figure out, and become, who they were made to be, and do what they were born to do.

    For the past few decades, globalization and technology have leveled the playing field, and people have become the new corporate resource. Many organizations have increasingly recognized the importance of human resources and leadership development and many people believe that coaching, a particular form of conversation, which focuses on helping people find their own answers and pursue their destiny, has been elevated to meet the needs of our generation. The popularity of coaching in all of its forms, life coaching, executive coaching, and others, is widespread in all types of organizations; hospitals, schools, social service agencies, faith institutions, and military.

    To demonstrate the effects of coaching, I have carried out an eight-session coaching engagement with select leaders from several different industries in my home country, Taiwan. This book will show how I have applied what I have learned, and how coaching has/can help people enjoy individual success and organizational effectiveness. Hopefully, my readers may find some inspiration for themselves, so that they can also enjoy fulfillment and effectiveness by giving a satisfactory performance in every aspect of their life.

Daniels, William E.

  • Mentorship's Role in the United States Marine Corps' Future

    William E. Daniels

    This manuscript discusses the role of mentorship within the Marine Corps' existing leadership and organizational practices. It highlights the benefits and limitations within these practices, and discusses the evolving global and domestic leadership environments. The Marine Corps, a traditional institution with clear lines of authority and a high degree of inherent bureaucracy, must focus internal efforts on breaking the existing paradigm and invest time and energy in developing new leadership ideas and practices within their ranks. Mentorship is the means by which the institution can breathe new life into its leadership practices. Developing change strategies are difficult within such an institution. However, the global environment is increasing the demand upon Marine leaders. Furthermore, in light of many immoral or questionable acts by prominent leadership within the Department of Defense, Marine leadership and organizational practices require review in order stave off unwanted leadership blunders. In today's global and culturally diverse operating environment a single approach to leadership limits a Marine's effectiveness as the experiences of duty assignment may not translate well to the next. Thus, a more expansive education and assimilation process is required to support the career development and rotation plan of personnel. Emphasis on a robust mentorship strategy is has the ability to address the cultural, global, and institutional leadership challenges facing the Marine leader, as well as, continue to uphold the customs and traditions of the Marine Corps by making leadership techniques and organizational designs more transferable between multiple global cultures.

Dumais, Paul A.

  • Rediscovering America's Principles and Reclaiming Her Identity Leading the Way to Restoring This Great Nation

    Paul A. Dumais

    America is an exceptional nation, founded on the principles contained in the Declaration of Independence that all men are created equal and empowered by their Creator with certain fundamental rights, which among them are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; and that to secure these rights governments are instituted and derive their powers from the consent of the governed. No other nation has been founded upon such principles. This identity has solidified the America people over times, who are mostly immigrants from all over the world, into one great nation. Today, America finds herself far from these ideals and, as a result, is losing her place of influence in the world and losing her place as the land of opportunity. America needs to reclaim her identity as found in the Declaration of Independence and implemented via the Constitution. Only through this will the American people rise up to tackle the significant issues facing this nation, such as a $16 trillion deficit, welfare running rampant, public education failing and the destruction of societys most basic unit, the family. Reclaiming this nation will require hard work and sacrificial leadership. The good news is that America has a strong principled foundation already in place and that most America people recognize that the current direction is not right. In order to become once again a nation of diverse people leading the world in innovation, freedom and compassion, America needs to revive its core purpose and core values which were discovered at the founding of this great nation.

Foster, Philip A.

  • The Open Organization | A New Era of Leadership and Organizational Development

    Philip A. Foster

    Organizational design and its management has long been the fixation of leaders and scholars alike. Cracking the code to the perfect organizational ecosystem appears to be the dividing line between great success and mediocrity. Add to this pursuit, the 21st century launched with great volatility, rapid changes and a level of cultural and global diversity unknown by previous generations. This volatility demands new approaches and methods for the delivery of products, services and ideas. We no longer can afford to run organizations with 19th and 20th century ideas. The pressures of shifting demographics, culture and technology in this new century require new approaches to organizational leadership and structures. Welcome to the era of the Open Organization.

    An Open Organization is defined as the sharing of ideas, knowledge, resources, and skills across organizational, generational and cultural boundaries from within, and in some cases outside, an organizational system for the purpose of achieving a stated outcome. An Open Organization enables teams to develop products, services and solutions within diverse production models, communication methodologies and interactive communities and permits teams to carry out several projects at once through the use of differing approaches and agendas in an effort to expel the use of centralized models and hierarchical teams. The main attribute of an Open Organization is in the peer interaction across boundaries to collaborate with others for the expressed purpose of producing an end-product and/or service and then sharing the source-materials, blueprints, and documentation freely within the organization.

    The idea of an Open Organization will challenge the thinking of many classically trained business school executives. These ideas will directly conflict with years of nature and nurture within the confines of a classical business hierarchy. For organizations to compete in a new world these notions of what is leadership and organizational structure will be challenged and forever changed. Globalism, technology, and a diminishing workforce are all players in the emergence of a more agile competitive structure we call Open Organization.

Garvais, Jodi

  • A Management's Guide to Critical Incident Leadership: How to Effectively Lead an Officer Through a Critical Incident

    Jodi Garvais

    The term Critical Incident (CI) is commonly used in empirical literature when referring to traumatic events that involve the potential for severe injury, death and/or devastation. It has been estimated that approximately 90% of all police officers will be affected by a CI during their career.

    Although law enforcement has always been considered a potentially dangerous occupation, increasing acts of terror and the continued growth of criminal elements around the globe are making it even more challenging. Effective leadership after a CI can positively impact an officers' ability to cope and recover from traumatic experiences. The consequences of failing to cope with significant stresses are serious; at times, the accumulated effect may even be life threatening.

    Effective leadership will not only be necessary during and after a CI, it will be expected. When the training scenario becomes a reality, officers will rely on their leaders to provide them with the appropriate guidance to get them through this often chaotic experience. The challenge for police administrators, executives, policy makers, and scholars is to advance the awareness and management of CI's by seeking out answers and improving practices.

    A Management's Guide to Critical Incident Leadership: How to Effectively Lead an Officer Through a Critical Incident, incorporates historical research, current leadership strategies as well as a case study from an actual CI. This guide is designed to encourage critical thinking and provide recommendations to law enforcement leaders on how to successfully lead officers through a CI. Important leadership strategies covered in this guide include the development of officer situational awareness, establishment of a peer support program, incorporation of problem based learning, navigation of the media after a CI, protection of the constitutional rights of an officer during an investigation, incorporating the art of storytelling into training, effective Critical Incident Debriefings, establishing trust through communication and the necessary steps to take in order to effectively lead the 'Walking Wounded' during their road to recovery. This guide also includes a representative list of historically significant CI's encountered by peace keepers worldwide from the year 1764 to 2013, as well as a section on how to conduct a step-by-step foresight analysis, crucial when identifying areas that can be improved, developed, mitigated, or eliminated; these analyses promote efficiency and effectiveness of the organization when responding to future CI's. Fortunately, CI's do not have to result in officers losing their career, or more importantly their sanity. The good news is, that when managed properly, officers can overcome these extremely traumatic events and not fall victim to depression and officer-related suicide.

Gorham, James S.

  • Seminar Title: "Cultivation of organizational leaders of tomorrow begins today, A practical guide for an ever-changing workplace as generation X and Generation Y assume leadership roles held by Baby Boomers"

    James S. Gorham

    21st century organizations will be facing an upcoming challenge like none other. In organizations today many leaders are comprised of Baby Boomers. However, over the next decade, these leaders will begin retiring. Who will be left to assume those leadership ranks? Generation X and Generation Y are left to fill those gaps. However, these generations are not yet qualified to step directly into these leadership roles vacated by Baby Boomers. In addition, a gap exists with amount of Baby Boomers with leadership roles today and the actual number of potential future leaders.

    This two day seminar is designed for organizational leaders and managers and it is intended to allow organizations to proactively address future leadership gaps. During this seminar, organizational leaders and managers will understand the issue created by the Baby Boomer exodus, translate this change into how it impacts organizational culture, understand the leadership skills Generation X and Generation Y will need to meet future leadership demands, discuss the behaviors and motivations by generation and their specific generational differences, and develop and train these futures leaders of tomorrow. At the conclusion of the seminar participants will be able to apply what they have learned within their organization.

    This seminar allows organizations to proactively begin thinking of their organizational risk when it comes to leadership gaps of the future. The success of an organization may be contingent on these future leaders and their ability to have the skill-sets necessary to compete in a global environment. Therefore, this message must resonate and be understood throughout an organization. One of the key applications from this seminar is the ability of an organization to measure the success of this seminar from the standpoint of awareness, education, and proactive development and training of Generation X and Y. Only then will organizations have confidence to know if they are mitigating the risk associated with the leadership gaps presented over the next decade.

Grace, Douglas A.

  • Developing a Resilient Ministry by Applying Leadership Values, Assessment Skills, and Foresight Planning

    Douglas A. Grace

    Pastors use their biblical training and pastoral capstone class to understand daily church responsibilities; however, the ineffective adaptation to continual change within society brings increased burnout rates and decreased recruitment. Clergy respond with the stress of ministry riddled with moral failures, depression, and lack of vision, which only perpetuates problems within church ministry. The lack of continual professional development is clouded by only pursuing higher degrees and not the practical lessons to aide their ministry. Professional development is integrated within numerous job fields, yet ministers lack opportunity for learning seminars that can keep them current in ministry and community needs.

    Integrating the social texture of the Bible reinforces a foundation where the clergy can build their leadership identity. While developing a community link, clergy will identify various areas of need within their locality. Ministry programs enter burnout while continually struggling by meeting the perpetual symptoms within a community and not their needs. Fashioning a foresight generated strategic plan within ministry can survive the test of time with tools accounting for societal shifts. Clergy's inability to plan with a continual changing environment may lead to a higher burnout rate. There are resources and various methods within foresight that are tactical shifts making a ministry plan conducive to the rate of change.

    Collaborating with fellow clergy will increase each participant's knowledge of global trends impacting local people. Ministering to the community's need identified with consistent foresight assessment will sustain a resilient ministry. Presented as an 8-hour seminar, clergy will learn assessment skills, horizon scanning, and develop a foresight based ministry plan. Combining these three areas can adaptably reduce clergy burnout because foresight leaders produce a ministry system that remains effective regardless of revolving fads. Instilling a resilient model for ministry fabricates continual programs adjusting with social shifts and meeting community needs.

Habtewold, Assegid

  • Seminar on Developing the Nine Cardinal Building Blocks for Continued Success in Leadership

    Assegid Habtewold

    Leadership is universally recognized as a deal maker or breaker. John Maxwell, the renowned leadership expert, famously declared that "Everything rises and falls on leadership." He is right. Numerous researches have shown that the crisis we are facing at individual, family, societal, organizational, national, and global levels are the results of failure in leadership, not because of a shortage of leaders. The problem we are having is the lack of well-rounded leaders who are well equipped to wither away challenges; leaders who are exemplary in their personality and character; and leaders who are resourceful to empower and raise other leaders. We have seen confusion, chaos, disarrays, shortsightedness, scandals, and incompetence chronically arresting the progress of individuals, organizations, and nations because of their leaders' failure to comprehend the full spectrum of leadership, and as a result of their inability to adopt and develop the most fundamental leadership attributes.

    The aforementioned and many other similar challenges call for a framework that introduces prospective, emerging, and seasoned leaders to the nine cardinal building blocks for continued success in leadership. This framework is aimed at guiding leaders in their protracted and twisted journey of leadership, and as they identify, develop, and refine the most essential leadership attributes they need to succeed continually. The framework is adequately explained in a workbook.

    The workbook is a reference to recognize the most important fundamental leadership building blocks that are relevant to both emerging and experienced leaders alike. It is a comprehensive resource that provides the insights, steps, processes, and assessment tools to develop, refine, and fine-tune the nine cardinal building blocks. At the end of each building block, the workbook provides individual and group assignments, the opportunity to reflect on new realizations, and write action items. The workbook is also crafted to serve as a guideline and reference manual as leaders mentor the people under their influence.

    The seminar follows the outline of the workbook, and emphasizes on the practical application of the framework. It is designed to equip emerging leaders, and assist seasoned leaders to assess their progress as they advance on the leadership spectrum. The seminar also offers small and large group discussion opportunities where leaders from diverse industries exchange views and share their experiences.

    Whether a leader is in the lower end of the spectrum or experienced enough to acquire and develop the majority of these building blocks, and at the higher end, she needs to make sure whether she has all the fundamental leadership traits, and recognizes those attributes that need improvement. The framework makes this process easy by providing reality checks, systematic assessment tools, and the necessary steps to take her leadership to new heights. That is what the workbook and the seminar attempt to achieve- helping both emerging and seasoned leaders develop the nine cardinal building blocks for continued success.

Hayes, Melvin T.

  • Implementing Fivefold Leadership in the local Church

    Melvin T. Hayes

    At the time of the writing of Ephesians (CE 62), the church began to face the absence of the initial leaders who started the Christian movement. A major transition of power and authority was beginning to occur within the newly formed Christian community. The community formed after the resurrection of Christ was composed essentially of followers who witnessed and shared the story of his continuing presence. Over time, like any human endeavor, what began as an informal movement, by necessity began to take on a more formal structure. Ephesians 4:11-12 reflects a point of transition in the movement. In particular, the movement is trying to identify leaders who can equip the church for its ongoing service in Christ. However, Ephesians shows a biblical church does not create its own leaders, Christ does. The ascended Christ has bestowed his grace on every member of the Christian community, but he has especially gifted certain individuals to share leadership in the community. This paper argues that the same identification, diversity, and discharge of those five gifted type leaders is still required to lead the local church today.

Johnson, Robin

  • Iron Sharpens Iron: Eradicating Leadership Loneliness through Coaching-Leadership

    Robin Johnson

    Leadership loneliness is a phenomenon felt by many leaders both in the boardroom and on the front line, and while many leaders have not managed to avoid loneliness and isolation, it is possible. Through Iron Sharpens Iron: Eradicating Leadership Loneliness through Coaching Leadership, new managers learn the three most common reasons why they are likely to experience the pain of loneliness and isolation: their own behavior, technology and because employees do not talk to them. The good news is, new managers can avoid the experience by relinquishing the command and control style of leadership and become a coaching-leader, by building relationships instead. Iron Sharpens Iron informs the reader of what it takes to lead with the intent to coach. It provides a coaching model which will assist employees in improving performance and reaching goals, while also helping the leader build the necessary relationships to feel purposeful, to build learning organizations, and to eliminate loneliness.

Kienle, Frederick

  • Coaching George Washington: Teaching Leadership Coaching Using the Yorktown Campaign of 1781

    Frederick Kienle

    The Commandant of the Joint Forces Staff College, requested development and delivery of a two-day coaching-leadership seminar/symposium leveraging lessons from George Washington's leadership in the historical Yorktown Campaign of 1781. The seminar/symposium was delivered in both a seminar/workshop venue and on-site at the Yorktown Battlefield National Historic Park. The coaching seminar/symposium targeted mid-level military officers, from all U.S. military services, in a deliberate effort to improve their understanding and appreciation of coaching as a preferred and viable leadership approach for current and future joint force officers .

    The Joint Forces Staff College Coaching George Washington seminar/symposium included several major components:

    • An overview of a coaching style of leadership and coaching models in a seminar setting
    • A practical application of the G-R-O-W (goals, reality, options, way ahead) coaching model through student participation within a practical exercise
    • Developing an appreciation of George Washington's historical application of a coaching style
    • An opportunity for student participants to "coach" George Washington through the 1781 Yorktown Campaign in the context of a military-style staff ride on the actual battlefield

    Through the use of preparatory guided discussions and an actual on-site battlefield visit, the seminar/symposium successfully generated a confluence of theory, personality, time and space in a powerful, patriotic and historical educational setting that resonated with military mid-level leaders and reinforced the techniques and benefits of coaching as a leadership style and a preferred approach to developing leaders. As a result of the seminar/symposium, student participants were better able to comprehend coaching as a developmental tool for use by leaders, apply coaching to specific situations and analyze the employment of coaching in a historical scenario.

    The Coaching George Washington seminar/symposium after action review demonstrated that the military participants were clearly able to learn and apply leadership and coaching lessons through a facilitated examination of coaching and then apply that understanding to George Washington's Yorktown Campaign of 1781 through a military staff ride methodology that engendered positive learning at the synthesis and evaluation levels of Bloom's taxonomy. This seminar/symposium met all of the desired outcomes of the Joint Forces Staff College Commandant and definitely inculcated coaching into the leadership portfolio of numerous joint force officers.

Lanier, John A.

  • Value-Creation in Middle Market Private Equity: The Little Blue Book of Best Practices

    John A. Lanier

    Small business is the job creating engine in the U.S. economy. Private equity investment is a significant source of small business capital. Both the small businesses in which private equity firms invest, and the private equity firms making the investments, face intra-company leadership challenges as they grow. Moreover, there are inter-company leadership challenges. The fiduciary responsibilities of the private equity firm necessitate an activist board role. This posture carries over into the portfolio company's daily operations. The complexities continue. Individual private equity professionals are typically members of multiple investment teams for the firm. The teams may be characterized by mixed membership, i.e., deal teams may not be identical across the portfolio companies they support. Not only may each deal team have its own unique leadership style, but its diverse members have to assimilate styles for each team they support relative to a specific portfolio company. Finally, acquisitions are high probability scenarios for portfolio companies during the investment hold period. Acquisition integration poses yet another leadership challenge as the acquiree must be integrated into the acquiring company. Cultural integration ranks among the most chronic acquisition obstacles. Given the commonly leveraged capital structure of portfolio companies, the cost of a misstep is painful. Accordingly, the stakeholders of private equity transactions do well to embrace leadership best practices in their value-creation toolbox. Such best practices may be applied to the more chronic challenges of value creation in the middle market.

Lawson, Steve B.

  • Giant Killers: Overcoming Obstacles and Seizing Opportunities

    Steve B. Lawson

    At different points in their lives, every leader faces crisis moments threatening to limit their potential as a leader and/or stifle their growth and potential. These crisis moments may be the revelation of internal attitudes, wrong thinking, or emotions that have limited their influence. They may have external situations such as personal and/or organizational financial struggles, relationship breakdowns or family problems leaving them emotionally exhausted, burned out or severely distracted. Or they may be presented with a tremendous opportunity like a new business venture, a promotion, or the launch of a new ministry. These opportunities may be daunting leaving the leader unsure if he or she should move forward or stay where they are.

    This manuscript will demonstrate the value of certain key character qualities of identity, discipline, graciousness, action, and hope that, when combined with the power of God's grace - will enable any leader to not only overcome any obstacle, but will prepare them to seize opportunities as well. This manuscript will examine each of these key character qualities as they are demonstrated in the life of King David, as he faced Goliath and led Israel. David is a great example of a person with those key character qualities that will enable any leader to face fear, sin, tragedy, and triumph.

Lewis, Deon A.

  • Organizational Leadership Transformation through Family Transformation

    Deon A. Lewis

    A great challenge of the world today is leadership deficiency. To effectively address the leadership issue transformational interventions are required at the organizational source of leadership as well as the primary source of leadership. The primary incubator for leadership development is the family. Family, whether God's family or our own, is intended to be a where we learn and where character and the individual's belief system and leadership are formed. This occurs in the midst of similar conditions as in the organizational environment. Organizational leadership going back to the roots of the family can provide revelatory perspective to organizational leadership. Whilst society that consists of family units is undergoing enormous challenges that can benefit from the advancements in organizational leadership studies. This manuscript seeks to make a call for the renewal, restoration and development of leadership by exploring the linkage and lessons that can be learned between organizational leadership and the family as primary incubator of leadership with biblical application and foundation. It is be explored by integrating organizational leadership studies to the family unit as incubator, identifying similar conditions in family and organizations for the application of leadership principles, organizations learning leadership lessons from the family incubator, family learning leadership lessons from organizational studies, and integrating biblical application and solutions.

    An attempt is made to provide an overview of huge themes of which each one can be individually explored in detail and thus laid a foundation for future research. Integrating organizational leadership studies to the family unit as incubator is explored in discussion of the human family and under nine areas of organizational leadership. Leadership need to be seen as a whole and addressed from the root from which great benefit can be derived. In so doing the hope is to see the whole person, family, society, nation and world be transformed to lead as mandated by God in Genesis 1:26-28. Father God, the Perfect Leader chose the family unit, even throughout the Bible through which we operate to accomplish His objectives of leadership. Restoration of leadership from a fallen state to God's original intention is possible, as it has already been achieved in Christ Jesus. This manuscript has a multi-dimensional relevance including organizational leadership, the family, including the Family of God and the empowerment of the individual. It brings awareness to organizations, families and governments the importance of primary and secondary leadership development and investment to address leadership deficiency from the root as well as awareness of the consistencies, inequalities and imbalances of the quality of leadership. Anyone can benefit, learn and relate to this book as all can relate to family and will make applying organizational leadership uncomplicated.

Lindo, Navon N.

  • High-Impact Leadership: Developing Leaders Who Can Inspire and Mobilize People to Advance Christ's Territory in the 21st Century and Beyond

    Navon N. Lindo

    These ever-changing times call for leaders who are able to navigate their organization through change and ensure that goals and objectives are accomplished. Church and ministry leaders are not exempt from the driving/restraining forces of change within the ministry context. It brings to bare a key question that all senior leaders must ask: What kind of leaders must we be developing to respond to these ever changing times? The most viable answer, both now and in the future is High-Impact leadership. Leaders are needed to Inspire and Mobilize People to Advance Christ's Territory (I.M.P.A.C.T.).

    Three key problems hinder churches and para-church ministries from developing High-Impact leaders; namely a weak or non-existent organizational strategy, a weak or non-existent leadership strategy, and a weak or non-existent leadership development strategy. Organizational strategy, leadership strategy, and leadership development strategy are all interconnected aspects of the organizational system. Neglect of any part of the system can negatively impact leadership development efforts.

    This book provides a full-orbed view of leadership development in relation to organizational leadership strategy. It is written to help senior leaders create a robust leadership development framework, and subsequently an effective leadership development plan. The strategies presented are contextualized for church and ministry leaders. The case for developing High-Impact leaders is not only made, but practical aspects of constructing a leadership development strategy are presented.

Marion, Todd D.

  • Discovering the Velocity of Your Future: A young person's guide to calling, vocation, and other leadership opportunities

    Todd D. Marion

    As a young person you are in a unique position to evaluate where you are in the journey of life and begin to make some decisions on where you go from here. Undoubtedly, God has equipped you with skills, abilities and gifts to prepare you for His calling on your life. There is much more to the journey of life than a vocation. God desires that you serve Him in all areas of your life and has prepared you to do just that. It is critical to identify your gifts, skills and abilities so you can seek further education and training as preparation for what God has in store for you. Alongside this knowledge, there are some foundational principles that are important to build into your life to make the journey a little smoother. On some level, we are all leaders in at least one area of our life. This leadership requires foundational principles to be in place if we want to lead well. The foundation must be based on your faith in Christ, an understanding of Godly stewardship, healthy relationships, and a willingness to pursue innovation. This foundation sets us up to live under Godly principles of leadership which include an understanding of authority and its function, the role of the heart, hearing God's direction and handling the leadership positions and influence that I earn. King David is an example of a young person called to lead at an early age. He was equipped by God with the skills, abilities, gifts and knowledge to carry out His calling. God has also equipped you for the journey He has laid before you.

Maxwell, Jacquelin W.

  • Programs, Pews, and Porches: Kingdom Leaders Becoming Relationally Strategic and Missionally Effective Through the Power of Community

    Jacquelin W. Maxwell

    Heretofore, church leadership development programs have worked from the assumption that strong church congregations are the result of effective leaders overseeing well-developed programs. In the last half of the twentieth century scores of studies demonstrate many positive outcomes from these programs. However, these programs have focused on empirically measuring program effectiveness and leaders with little or no attention given to the communities and their particular characteristics. Programs, Pews, and Porches: Kingdom Leaders Becoming Relationally Strategic and Missionally Effective Through the Power of Community is an eight-hour introductory workshop of a transformational process. It lays a foundation to understanding how a community of Kingdom leaders feels and works by employing activities and experiential learning to provide leadership development and coaching; incorporating a theoretical and conceptual social learning model.

Perez, Nilda

  • The Leadership Shift: The Strategic Positioning of Latino Business Leaders

    Nilda Perez

    The U.S. demography is steadily and rapidly changing. The projections report that by 2050 there will be about 91.5 million Latinos in the U.S. accounting for one-third of the U.S. population. This kind of increase will by default shift the role of the Latino. The face of leadership in America is certain to be redefined and Latinos will quickly become the most likely candidates for leadership. America's businesses are losing their impact and influence to perform in this rapidly changing sphere because they are currently culturally or linguistically inept. Globalization has re-characterized the business landscape – forming a diverse mergence. America's business leadership is rapidly falling behind in this global marketplace. What is critical in today's businesses are well equipped global leaders that are proficient in multi-cultural and multi-lingual interactions both domestic and international. The logical choice is this growing population of Latinos for global leadership.

    In the series of six modules we cover the history, present trends and the future of Latinos in leadership. We also set the framework to equip the Latino for global leadership. Beginning by delineating the strengths that Latinos bring into business as global leaders and illustrate how to further sharpen the innate and cultural dexterity that will assemble Latinos for a flourishing future. The leadership shift is inevitable therefore, providing Latinos with quintessential leadership development is the best course of action for the thriving future of these emerging global and business leaders. Latinos that prepare for this shift will dominate the global marketplace in the very near future.

Peters, Robert W. III

  • Seminar: Culture D.I.V.I.N.E. Transforming Church Organizational Culture from Membership to Discipleship.

    Robert W. Peters III

    Christian church leaders face a strategic dilemma globally. Jesus Christ's command "Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations…" Matthew 28:19 (NKVJ) is realized in direct relation to a church's organizational culture. The organizational culture of a church either supports a culture of discipleship or it supports a culture of membership, however, these two cultures do not agree. Culture D.I.V.I.N.E. provides church leaders the tools and understanding to effectively transform church organizational culture in order to fulfill the command of Jesus Christ.

    Culture D.I.V.I.N.E. is a two or three day seminar that addresses and resolves this dilemma through eight dynamic classes. The first, A Way of Life, explains the scope of the seminar and defines key words and terms. The second, Church Culture, introduces the Church Culture Assessment Instrument (CCAI), which reveals current organizational culture. The third class, Declaration, reveals the role organizational culture has on a Christian's declaration and the accomplishment of the church's mission. The fourth, Invitation, provides insight into the core principles of discipleship and the impact of organizational culture on the disciple's invitation to others. The fifth, Validation, teaches ways to validate persons inside and outside the church. The sixth, Integration, describes the two areas of work where disciples must be integrated within the church and how organizational culture enables or hinders this process. The seventh class, New Emulation, teaches the correlation between church strategy, global evangelism and new emulation. The eighth, The Way and The Life, provides an exit CCAI along with a detailed course of action needed to realize the desired organizational culture.

    Culture D.I.V.I.N.E. is not just a seminar; it is a way of life. The church organization that exhibits Declaration, Invitation, Validation, and Integration fostering New Emulation, is possessed by a culture of discipleship. Culture D.I.V.I.N.E. is the church leaders' answer to understanding and transforming church organizational culture from that of membership to discipleship.

Porter, Tecoy

  • Faith To Innovate 21st Century Tools & Strategies for Leadership Transformation

    Tecoy Porter

    Faith To Innovate: 21st Century Tools & Strategies for Leadership Transformation is tailor-made for leaders of any organization who desire to increase their effectiveness by becoming an innovative leader of the 21st Century. Today's reality is the rules have drastically changed. The processes leaders previously used to achieve their objectives are no longer valid and the traditional roles and hierarchical working relationships are no longer effective. The new rules have not only impacted the way we do business, but also our politics, social ideologies, and especially our faith! New times call for new techniques, methods and ideas - all of which requires profound faith! Faith to innovate!

    Within this book you will learn:

    • Why innovation is key to being an effective leader and how to increase your capacity to innovate!
    • Why it's not just about the economy and what 3 cultural trends are significantly shaping the future of the world's social, political and religious landscape.
    • What a coaching leader is and why it is essential for YOU to become one. How you can (Re) Structure your organization's design to better lead, develop, and deploy your greatest resource - people!
    • What culture is and how it is essential in the transformation process! Why faith is critical to all innovation and why it's suicidal to be a leader without it.
Ramírez-Rodríguez, Pedro J.

  • Inevitability of Alignment for Success

    Pedro J. Ramírez-Rodríguez

    Success in business and in professions stems from aligning activities to the driving forces pertinent to the business and profession. To be successful, a firm needs to align its sales agents: strategies, customers and stakeholders, processes, and people (employees). Internally these should be considered for the sacrifices that they impose. Externally these should be considered for the revenue effects that they have on the market. Getting all of these aligned is the essential function of a leader. The mission will not be complied with, and the vision will not be fulfilled if there is no alignment. This is a vital role for the leader to accomplish.

    The leader has to effectively use the analytic tools on the present status to discern the gap to realize the vision; promote stakeholder's participation; assess cost and operational problems within resources and capabilities and be able to display them at the right time and with the right impact to win the market with a sustained advantage and customer value. The extraction of the tools should, also, be aligned to maintain the perspectives of vision and mission to implement the strategies within the changing markets with consideration to the uncertainties in their realization. The alignment to these changes will contribute to make an organization adaptable, learning, and resilient. All these are within normative values and ethics.

Rodges, Phyllis

  • Fundamental Elements of Ministry Success Series

    Phyllis Rodges

    The ever-changing global landscape indicates a strong need for comprehensive leadership competency and skills. Moreover, in order for ministry to be effective and efficient there must be leaders, staff and support personnel who have adequate contemporary leadership training, "cutting edge" concepts, which encourage development in technical, personal and leadership skills.

    Fundamental Elements of Ministry Success Series, is a six -week seminar-training program. The practicality of the classes stem from the examination of the challenges leaders and workers face every day, among the topics presented are personnel/volunteer training, cross-cultural competencies, church management, leadership training, organizational culture and leader/follower relationships.

Rogers, Sawnya A.

  • Axis Leaders: Advancing the Common Good through Catalytic Servant Leadership

    Sawnya A. Rogers

    By and large, we act out what we believe or value; therefore, our behavior is a good indicator of what we truly believe, and it is also an outgrowth of our character. Sadly, it has become somewhat normal for influential leaders to exhibit behavior that reflects a societal transition "from having a commitment to the common good based on shared values, to an emphasis on personal good and individual values" (Barna, 2009). Hence, disheartening stories of ethical and moral failure in leadership, which is often the result of shifting the commitment from common good to individual good, are prevalent across many sectors of society. In her book, The Allure of Toxic Leaders, Jean Lipman-Blumen, asserts that if new types of leaders are to be developed, then "education for leadership should teach us that we are accountable to the entire group, not just to ourselves, our kin, or our neighborhood" (Lipman-Blumen, 2005).

    This project, Axis Leaders: Advancing the Common Good through Catalytic Servant Leadership, focuses on designing and developing the Axis Leaders Program, as well as the Axis Leaders Guidebook. The guidebook, which synthesizes a wide range of leadership research pertinent for an emerging catalytic servant leader will serve as the primary book to be used in conjunction with the program. The yearlong Axis Leaders Program is designed to equip both emerging and reluctant leaders with key virtues, values, and skills needed to lead themselves, their teams, and organizations as servant leaders who ignite positive change and innovation for the common good. The program emphasizes leading well and finishing well, which involves building a leadership legacy marked by integrity and skillfulness, coupled with, passing the baton properly to the next leader.

Slabaugh, Kenton

  • Leading Congregational Transformation: Five Transformative Leadership Behaviors for Pastors

    Kenton Slabaugh

    "Leading Congregational Transformation: Five Transformative Leadership Behaviors for Pastors" details five leadership behaviors pastors and church leaders can employ in leading their congregations into becoming the expressions of the body of Christ, God intends for them to be. Based on research including transformational, authentic, and servant leadership studies as well as organizational leadership research by Jim Collins, Thom Rainer and James Kouzes & Barry Posner; this book synthesizes these streams, and applies them to congregational leadership and organizational development.

    The five transformative leadership behaviors comprise a collection of leadership practices leaders can use to initiate congregational change and transformation. These include championing a vision, which involves leadership passion and authenticity for the vision as well as the need to inspire others to share in its realization. Presenting a compelling cause, which includes discovering one's passion as a leader and the motivation to make a difference in the lives of others. Modeling a guiding set of values, which entails helping leaders define their values and how these values can be established as core values that guide congregational life. Embracing organizational creativity, which includes becoming proactive as an innovative leader and encouraging the creativity of congregants in the fulfillment of the shared vision. Enhancing the lives of participants, which highlight the importance of investing in the lives of congregational participants, ways this can be accomplished, and the importance of encouragement.

    These five transformative behaviors can serve as a game plan for the personal leadership development of pastoral leaders and can function to mobilize a congregation towards greater ministry effectiveness. Because transformation involves change, leading congregational change initiatives and well as leading congregational transformation is discussed. This includes answering the questions: what needs to change, why and how will these changes be made, who will be affected, how will resistance to the changes be handled, and what are the anticipated outcomes to be realized? As change is achieved, congregational culture is shaped and group transformation is realized. Congregational transformation is the responsibility of pastoral leaders and this book resources church leadership in achieving this goal.

Suderman, Jeffrey

  • FutureReady: Developing Competitive Agility Through the Integration of Strategic Planning and Strategic Foresight

    Jeffrey Suderman

    Modern organizations exist in an era of unprecedented change and discontinuity. This reality requires organizational strategy to change and adapt as quickly as their environment does. However, traditional strategic planning processes are often built on a faulty principle which inhibits this - the premise of control. Since plans focus on a singular preferred future, organizations are often unprepared when unexpected events occur.

    The FutureReady multi-day planning curriculum is designed to help organizations create strategic agility by integrating strategic planning with strategic thinking. Blending deliberate strategy (planning) with realistic insights about the future (thinking) helps organizations develop the agility to respond to emergent change. The FutureReady process helps improve organizational performance by facilitating organizational dialogue, enhancing organizational learning, shifting change-resistant mindsets and informing strategic planning processes.

    The FutureReady workshop walks participants through three phases of strategy. First, shared clarity about the current state and strategic plan is established. Then, work is done to create scenarios about plausible industry-specific futures. Finally, the insights from this process are evaluated in light of current plans and assumptions. Together, the insights about the future are used to help organizations lead more effectively in the present. This creates a state of FutureReadiness and the agility to thrive amidst a changing environment.

Tindal, Livingston

  • Coaching: True Transformation

    Livingston Tindal

    The U.S. Navy has always recognized the unique power and capability of the Chief Petty Officer (CPO) community and has subsequently invested heavily in their leadership education and training. Mentoring has been a huge part of naval leadership training, and various programs have been instituted to promote mentoring, thereby making it a fabric of today's naval leadership. However, with the dynamics of an ever-changing environment, something more than mentoring is required. Today's sailor is more knowledgeable and informed, and just presenting answers is not "good enough" anymore.

    This paper shows that coaching is a viable means to helping CPOs become that leader who can lead the Navy into and beyond the 21st century by truly transforming their sailors by creating awareness and responsibility. Data were attained from seminar questionnaires that were presented to eight CPO selectees. The results identified the usefulness of adding coaching to CPO training.

    The Chiefs' ability to coach will enable them to truly transform their sailors into great leaders and will assist them in leading the Millennials into the 21st century. Further research on coaching and Chief's training is suggested to ensure proper fit and function, which is a primary Navy concern prior to training being institutionalized.

Venter, Anton

  • Organizational Design Considerations for a Christian Multi-Site Church

    Anton Venter

    The much loved Christian church has been functioning and growing for more than 2,000 years. As many generations before us we too have to consider the functioning of this miraculous social organization in our modern day context. The book starts in chapter one with an exploration of what the church really is. A brief overview of the history of the church is given. The local church is presented as a social organization consisting of people who have discovered their identity in Christ, having been mandated by God to reveal to man the effect of the cross on the identity of every human being.

    The multi-site church is then discussed as one of the modern expressions of the local church. A multi-site church is defined as one church meeting in multiple locations who shares a common vision, budget, leadership and board. The star model of organizational design is discussed in chapter two. The model presents strategy, structure, processes, people and rewards as primary organizational design categories. After that the triadic nature of the church is presented consisting of a unique combination of the churches spiritual essence expressed through an organic, life-giving community supported by organizational functioning. This paradigm is used throughout the book when organizational design considerations for the multi-site church are explored. The discussion of some underlying patterns of organizational design explores some of the tensions and tradeoffs that leaders have to make. These tensions are used in the book to highlight some of the implications of organizational design decisions.

    In chapter's three to seven each of the five organizational design decision categories is explored for the multi-site church. Throughout these chapters organizational design considerations for multi-site church leaders are highlighted from a triadic perspective of the multi-site church. Leaders in multi-site churches are encouraged to prayerfully consider the strategy, structure, processes, people and rewards of their multi-site churches. The functional design and alignment of these organizational design considerations can enhance the effectiveness of the multi-site church tremendously. A lot more can and should be researched regarding the organizational design of multi-site churches.

Anderson, Sid S.

Values-Based Leadership: Unleashing your Leadership Potential through Self-Reflection Seminar

Armstrong, Janice

From the Street to the Executive Suite: Remixing ‘Street Smarts’ and Life Lessons into Leadership Success

Bower, Kay M.

Business Plan for the establishment of the function of Organization Development and Change Management for Creative Partners, Inc.

Burkus, David

Myths of Creativity: Leading Evidence-Based Innovation

Daniels, Kimberly

Poverty Reduction Seminar-Workshop: Understanding a Causal Model of Poverty in Burkina Faso and Working with Leaders Towards Holistic and Sustainable Solutions in Achieving MDG Goal 1

Dewhurst, Jay

The Nehemiah Institute Organizational Plan

Eche, Ocheje

Seminar: “Managing Change for Leaders in the 21st Century”

Emma-Okorie, Amblessed

Church Succession Planning: Case study examination on the succession planning process within a family church organization

Fournier, Lisa

The Barnabas Effect: Starting a Benefit Corporation to Renew Your Community

Gilbert, Jillian

Renovation: Developing the Leader Within A Two Day Interactive Workshop Designed to Help You Understand and Renew Your Leadership Identity.

Hightower, J. Stephen

Passing the Mantle: A Biblical and Practical Case for Pastoral Succession Planning

Hughes, Ralph

Leader Formation: Developing Emotionally Intelligent Law Enforcement Leaders for the 21st Century

Hunt, Janelle L.

Learning to Heal: Heal for Your Dream

Jones, Catherine

Curriculum: Masters of Science in Strategic Leadership

Klevecz, John

Helping Heal the Invisible Wounds of War

Leblanc, R. Kenny

Haiti: The Absence of Leadership Skills in a Failed State

Mudambanuki, Weston Tafadzwa

A Manual for Change: Breaking Organizational Barriers and Encouraging Growth within The United Methodist Church in Africa

Murphy, Linda

Designing for the Future Through Cultural Change

Oghenejobo, Mason J. O.

Seminar: Overcoming Personal and Organizational Leadership Poverty: A New Strategic Leadership Paradigm for Thriving Amidst Dynamic Global Changes

Oisamoje, Felix O.

Leveraging Creativity and Innovation for Enhanced Employee Performance in a Depressed Economic Climate

Okantey, Peter Carlos

Africa: A New Frontier for Leadership: A Focus on Sub-Saharan African Corporate Leadership

Patrick, Randy

Meeting the Future Through Community Transformation: Breaking the Chains of Municipal Structure

Randolph, Nathan

The Power Dynamics of Church Leadership

Reinke, Darrin A.

Church Leaders Understanding Their Past, Present, and Future

Shigley, Edward H.

Reclaiming America: A Leadership Model to Equip the Church in Rediscovering Relevance in the 21st Century.

Soto, Fred

The Five Conversations: How Supervisors Release the Potential of their Workforce

Thornton, Susan

Interlinks: A Virtual Culture of Growth

Vanderpyl, Tim

The Art of HR: Providing Effective and Scalable HR Services to Organizations

Von Spears, Ulf Hansson

The Leadership Family Model: Multiplying Leadership Families through Mentoring and Coaching

Wilson, Eugene

Realignment: Connecting the Five-Fold Ministry With Its Purpose

Hollinger, Thomas D.

Leadership Learning Initiatives: A Comprehensive, Integrated, and Action-oriented Approach to Leadership and Organizational Development

Brandon, Norma

Accessing Strategic Foresight: The Future of the Workforce

Briggs, Irene

Hispanic Women and the Concrete Ceiling: Leadership Initiatives to Chisel Through the Concrete Ceiling

Macon, Corinne A.

Sabotaging the Message: Identifying Pastoral Practices that Undermine God's Kingdom & How to Recover

Maslennikova, Olena

Transitioning into the Global Environment Seminar

Peters III, Robert W.

Seminar: Culture D.I.V.I.N.E. Transforming Church Organizational Culture From Membership to Discipleship.

Rhodes, Gary

Get Over Yourself – Leaders Aren't All That!

Roberson, Kathleen

Moses is Dead! Now What? Planning for Leadership Continuity in Ministry

Skipper, David A.

The Leader's Guide To Campus Safety and Security in Higher Education: Maximizing Vision to Practice

Staats, Lorin K.

Between Two Cultures: A Biblical Leadership Response to the Cultural Dimensions of Individualism And Collectivism

Bennot, William

Developing an Apostolic Leadership Culture for Effective Transformation

Jones, Tresnessa

3D Leadership: How to Obtain It, Maintain It, and Transfer It

Kamate, Jean Baptiste

Balancing the Life of an NGO Leader in Africa

Moseley, Alphronzo

Coaching ROI: Delivering Strategic Value Employing Executive Coaching in Defense Acquisition

Oladokun, Victor B.

The Future of Media: Beyond Technology—Using Global Leadership Competencies and Strategic Foresight Principles to Anticipate Future Media Horizons

Tiller, Reginald M.

Leadership Basics for New Superintendents in National Park Service: A Two Day Interactive Seminar to Examine Key Leadership Concepts and Life-long Learning

Williams Sr., Edward C.

Achieving Public Service Excellence Through Emotional Intelligence

Anderson, Deidre D.

Launching BreakthrUniversity®: A Women’s Small Group Coaching Model
Fostering Breakthrough in Leaders’ Personal Growth and Development

Atkins, Jimmy A.

Leading Strategic Community Change: A Shepherd’s Guide to Strategic Planning and Organizational Development for Church and Faith-Based Community Development Agencies

Backstrom, Jim

Learning to Lead in a Global Village: A Leadership Development Curriculum for 21st Century Chinese Global Leaders

Brimmer, Stephen E.

Futurecasting: Empowering Church Leaders to Lead from the Future

Cazort, Melody J.A.

How to Start-up a New Small Business and Integrate Leadership to Support it

Cunningham, Dahlia D.

Bridging the Divide: The Challenge for Leadership Promoting Cultural Diversity in Christian Universities

Doublestein, Barry A.

Leading Medicine From the Future

Gilmore, Bridget R.

Building and Sustaining a Great Company Through Strategic Leadership

Jenks, Deborah F.

Developing the Kingdom Leaders for Such a Time Seminar and Two Organizations by Applying Theory U+

Mallory, Christine A.

Metaydac Consulting, LCC: Designing training products and services to meet the needs of today’s nonprofit leader

Mayhorn, Jonathan P.

Finding the Greatness Within: A Holistic Approach to Becoming a Life Leader

Quist, Allen H.

'Mind'-ing your Organization: Reinventing Socio-Technical Systems for Creativity and Innovation.

Raimo, Steve

The 21st Century Church: Emerging Organizational Structures and Leadership Requirements

Rice, Kenneth W.

Workforce Diversity: How to Leverage the Diversity of the New Workforce for Improved Organizational Performance.

Richardson, Virginia

Healthcare Leadership for Value Innovation: Blueprinting the Future toward Global Advantage

Robinson, Myra Lisa

Sounding the Alarm: Shifting Corporate Mindsets on the Glass Ceiling

Rutherford-Coulson, Karen A.

The Spiritual Effect: Fusing Spirituality with Organizational Design

TerMorshuizen, S. Art The Yin and Yang of Leadership Followership

Upshur-Myles, Chantel C.

Organizational Leadership That Pleases God

Aasen, Ronald C.

Effective Church Leadership in Today's Culture

Agbor, Emmanuel

Designing Catholic Parishes as Leaderful Organizations: St Peter the Apostle Church

Anderson, Joe

The Writings of Robert K. Greenleaf: An Interpretive Analysis and the Future of Servant Leadership

Baker, Paul

Security Leadership

Banks, Bonnie

The Imperative for Socially Responsible Leadership: Highlighting the Premise of Social Entrepreneurship as a Leadership Model

Brawley III, Don Leading Life-Change Coaching and Consultancy, LLC
Davis, Deshaun Understanding Rest: A Strategic Approach
Faulhaber, Jacqueline A.

A Biblical Approach to Developing the Inner Qualities of a Leader

Green, Daryl

Impending Danger: The Federal Handbook for Rethinking Leadership in the 21st Century

Gomez, Ascencion Leadership: The Unrecognized Leader "The Teacher"
Hale, Renée N. Launching WellSpirit Consulting Group, Inc.
Hays, Steven M.

Leadership Coaching for Health Care Professionals

Henderson, Bea An Organizational Redesign of a Non-Profit Organization: NNOA, Inc.
Hill, Angela C. A Glimpse of Four Dimensions of Leadership Workshop
Hoomans, Joel R. Developing Strategic Agility: Re-Thinking Rock, Paper & Scissors Approaches To Strategic Leadership
Jackson, Phillip E. Leading the 21st Century Healthcare Organization: Essential Competencies for Successful Stewardship
Keller, Gray Philanthropic Leadership: What It Takes To Make a Difference
Martinez, Boris Leadership Training Program for Church Planters in the Mexican National Presbyterian Church
O'Neill, Tracy D. The Coaching L.A.B.: Learn, Align, & Build Coaching Into Your Organization
Reid, Joni E. Vision Quest Youth Leadership Development Seminar
Solomon, Don R. A Devotional Series on the Leadership of Jesus in the Gospel of Mark
Upton, Sandra Preparing 21st Century Leaders in the field of Human Services: Creating New Mindsets for Strategic Collaboration and Creative Solutions
Ward, Robert S.

Strategic Leadership

Wilson-Bridges, Cheryl

Levite Praise
God’s Biblical Design for Praise & Worship

Adams, Theresa

Parents as Leaders

Bruton, Robert

Developing Biblically Principled Leaders for the 21st Century
Coffey, Steve Toward a Pauline Values Assessment
Cordle, Neal

Devotional Project

Di Salvo, Carmelo

Organizational Stress and what to do about it

Ewen, Gary The Art and Discipline of Strategic Problem Solving and Decision-Making for Leaders
Ferleman, Thomas E. The Future of Russia in 2020
Gerwig, Robert Creativity and Rest for Today's Overloaded Quality & Process Improvement Professionals
Gibbons, Susan Leading in the Spirit: A Devotional Guide on the Leadership Values of the Fruit of the Spirit
Gribling, Richard A Curriculum in Leadership for 21st Century Strategic Leaders:
A New Approach to Global Leader Development within
the Department of Defense
Herman, Harvey

The Strategic Missionary: An Introduction to Missionary Leadership

Jinwright, Dianne Application of Strategic Leadership In a Business Start-up

Kim, Charles

The World Peace Museum and Park

Koh, Boon S.

Using Strategic and Innovative Thinking to Reach Our One-Fourth World

Krajacic, Denny

Follow the Leader: New Christian and Missionary Alliance Pastors’ Guidebook to Elder Training

Mayorga, Mauricio

Increasing Leadership Effectiveness of Christian Broadcasters: A Latin American Challenge

McNair, Karen

Governance as Leadership: New Mindsets of Development for Nonprofit Boards

Middleton, Gordon R.

Leadership Knowledge Map — Pilot Project

O'Neal, Jayce The Leadership Matrix: A Guidebook for Young Emerging Leaders
Oster, Gary Leading Corporate Innovation
Perren, D. Ray The Seven Virtues of Servant Leadership
Prigel, Donald W. Complexity Science for Leaders in High-Reliability,
Highly Regulated, High Risk Enterprises
Prokop, Duane R Cultivating Strategic Collaboration between Non-Profit Service Organizations
Radford, Jeffrey A.

Merciful Leadership
Examining the Characteristics of a Merciful Leader

Rogers, Daniel P.

Tactical Leadership: A Common Spiritual Framework Underlying Secular Leadership Theory

Ross, Larry F. So you want to be a Strategic Leader?
Here are the Essentials to get you Started
Salgado, Leo The Mind of Christ in Strategy: How we should lead our organizations
Sampedro H., Jesus A. "A leadership framework for transformation."
Values-based ideas and stories for emerging entities around the globe.
Shaw, Wayne Power, Influence, and Leadership in Organizations
Thorp, J. Hall C. Courage, Inc.
Wadell, Gregory S.

The Learning Institution: Reframing a Small College's Central Function

Wallace, Rocky On His Last Day: Reflections on Leadership, Life, and Values
Walters, F. Dennis Integrating Strategic Foresight into Professional Military Education
Williams, Brenda A Leadership Development Program: Developing Servant Leaders from a Trinitarian Perspective
Yorkovich, Scott A.

Succession Management Practices in College Campus Ministries

Zarate, Rodrigo

Four Factors that Influence our Leadership Style

Brodbeck, Luann Best Practices in Assimilation and Equipping Ministries
Chamberlain, Larry N. Trust: The Foundation for Effective Christian Leadership
Chen, Stuart Rewiring the Corporate Brain: Organizational Transformation at BOL
Collins, Mickey K. The Power of Leader: The Heartbeat of God
Crute, Bryan E. The Center for Creative Leadership & Ministry Innovation (CCLMI):
Building a Ministry University
Derbyshire, Elizabeth The Design and Development of a Research Center for Christian Public Education
Edwards, Conway Z.C. If We Only Knew . . . Insights on Leadership from Some of today's Top Christian Sages
Hammett, Howard Unbalanced Influence - Seven Paradoxes and Myths of Effective Executive Leadership
Henderson, James W. Balanced Leadership: A Practical Guide to Leadership in an Unbalanced World
Holly, Ted Enhancing the Viability of Faith-Based Organizations in Turbulent Environments
Petri, Mark Advance Practical Application of Leadership Concepts and Methods Focusing on Assessment and Developmental Transitions
Seidel, Brian R. Let them Lead: Strategic Christian Leadership for a Strategic Generation
Bieschke, Marcus D. The Church in Emerging Culture: Seminar Series
Brinson, Jerry Exploring Transformational Leadership within a Military Training Academy
Brown, Hopelyn M. The Women's Mentoring Network: Building Women's Mentoring Network in Church and Business Communities
Cottingham, Ted A New Model for Leadership Development: Placing God's Voice at the Center
Disher, Latona Leadership Qualities that Influence the Success of African American Small Business Owners in Metropolitan Atlanta
Fields, Greg The Pilgrimage

Haddowgreen, Wendy

Mentoring in the Workplace: Using the Beatitudes to Guide You in "Coaching" Your Employees
Hamn, Florence L. Caring Federal Leaders: Building a Caring Federal Family through Bereavement Acknowledgement
Hawkins, Emile H. Dynamic Leadership
Islin, Cynthia T. Company Grade Officer Development in the Air National Guard
Minthorne, Liz Values and Behaviors in Leadership Development
Oppel, Wayne A. Leadership of the 21st Century: A Two Day Seminar to Explore Methods, Tools, and Research of Future Leadership.
Savell, Donald Police Suicide Awareness Training Model for the Harris County Sheriff's Office


Weir, Thomas Rapid Advance Strategy Development for Urban Influence


Amaya, Alejandro Multidisciplinary Leadership Training Through Teamwork and Networking
Edwards, Rhonda Training Leaders to Value Teams in the Age of Accountability: An Exercise in Teambuilding
Hirsch, William Towards a Biblical Worldview of Leadership [to be posted]
Miller, Richard A Correlation Study to Examine the Relationship between Self-Efficacy and Biblical Spiritual Development
Richardson, Agnes Leadership Styles, Behaviors, Traits, and Characteristics Related to Female and Male Leaders
Sarker, Abraham Comparative Study of Islamic and Servant Leadership Models
Tonkin, Terry Workforce Optimization through Technology and Trust
Owens, Rosalie Out on Mount Sinai: How Bishop Ida Bell Robinson Loosed the Women.
An Examination of her Leadership Style