The Mount is honored to host some of today's brightest leaders to share their insights on a variety of leadership topics.
“From Command to Community: How the New Leadership Connects with the Common Good”
Nicholas Longo: Director of Global Studies & Associate Professor in the Department of Public and Community Service at Providence College
Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 7 p.m.
Nicholas Longo, Ph.D., is a former associate with the Kettering Foundation, nationally recognized for his extensive work and publications connecting education and leadership development with civic life. As part of the Discussions of Leadership Lecture Series, Dr. Longo will speak about the importance of community and reciprocity as they relate to leadership.
Discussions of Leadership will take place on the Mount’s campus in the College Theatre. Ample parking is provided in the West Lot. If you are driving to the College, directions can be found on our location page.
Admission to the Discussions of Leadership Lecture Series is free and open to the public.
Discussions of Leadership is supported by The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile,Jr./U.S.. Bank Foundation.
"Giving Voice to Values: A New Approach to Values-Driven Leadership"
Mary Gentile, Ph.D.
Mary Gentile, Ph.D., a leading expert on values-driven leadership development visited the Mount to speak about leadership in the modern era. Mary serves as a Senior Research scholar at Babson College, and is a Senior Advisor to the Aspen Institute and Business program.
"Creating Ethical Partnerships Between All Levels of an Organization"
Ira Chaleff: Founder and President, Executive Coaching and Consulting Associates
Successful leadership coach and consultant Ira Chaleff spoke about building an ethical followership at the Mount in March of 2012. Mr. Chaleff serves as the Chairman Emeritas for the Congressional Management Foundation in Washington, D.C..
"Out Beyond Ideas of Wrong-Doing and Right-Doing: Leadership in Our Time"
Barbara Gottschalk: Co-Founder, Seeds of Peace
Seeds of Peace Co-Founder Barbara Gottschalk spoke at the Mount in September of 2011. In her lecture, Ms. Gottschalk discussed her efforts to provide children from conflict regions the skills to become future leaders.
"Purpose, Freedom and Courage: Qualities of 20th Century Leaders"
Daniel Hurley: Panel Moderator, Director of Leadership Cincinnati
This panel discussion, which featured Ohio State Representative Steve Driehaus, focused on the challenges unique to leadership in the modern era.
"Courageous Women Who Lead"
Cammy Dierking: Panel Moderator, local news anchor
During this panel discussion and networking event, news anchor Cammy Dierking led a talk about women who excel in leadership roles.
"The Fair Society: Responsible Leadership and the Pursuit of Social Justice"
Peter Corning: Keynote Speaker, Author
This event featured author Peter Corning discussing his writing and whether human beings share an innate sense of fairness.
"The Ethical Challenges of Leadership"
Joanne Ciulla, Ph.D.: Professor, Coston Family Chair in Leadership & Ethics, University of Richmond
In her lecture, Professor Ciulla spoke about her experiences as a scholar of business and leadership ethics, and the challenges she faced.