As with other consequential presidents before him, Ronald Reagan is emerging as a historical figure transcending the partisan politics of his time.
Reagan on Leadership explores his leadership approach.
Here are 15 top Reagan leadership lessons:
Have you drafted the blueprint for your life?
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks for twenty minutes on this fundamental question.
Who Are You Serving?
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. offers a brilliant analysis of service.
Where can we find them?
The premise–stated or unstated–is that there’s a leadership gap today.
Who can argue against the spectacular failures of leadership in large institutions? They range from the White House and Congress (whether in the hands of the Democrats or Republicans); to Wall Street and back around to Main Street; in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors (including religious institutions); around the world.
It’s easy–perhaps too easy–to find reason for disappointment. And yet… there is also reason for optimism.
It’s often said that these are among the worst of times for leadership… it’s also, arguably, the best of times.
This list is updated quarterly. Please send your suggestions of other inspiring 21st century leaders.
Who Am I Serving?
How Can I Best Serve?
Am I Making My Unique Contribution?
What Am I Learning?
Morning: "What good shall I do this day?"
Evening: "What good have I done today?"