Leadership

Leadership Books available at Cardinal Meyer Library:

       

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Films on Demand
A web-based digital video delivery service for streaming over 6000 educational videos from Films Media Group.

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Videos on Leadership from Films on Demand:

Leadership Essentials Series (1:30:25)
Produced by Video Arts for existing managers and aspiring leaders, this Leadership Essentials series discusses some of the more strategic aspects of leading a team and provides tips to support the transition from manager to leader.

Nurturing Leadership (34:31)
This video shows that while certain personality traits may influence leadership abilities, there are also leadership qualities that can be learned and nurtured. Business leaders, politicians, coaches and others share their perceptions of what it takes to be a leader, relating to viewers that observing certain principles and adopting admirable behaviors can help develop leadership attributes.

Outstanding Leadership (18:43)
Ann Sherry, CEO of Carnival Australia, has extensive being a leader and developing leadership skills in others. In this video, she debunks common misconceptions about leadership and leadership styles. Topics include: gender bias, leadership qualities, strategies for developing leaders, and leadership learning opportunities.

Team Leadership (22:27)
This program examines key components to developing team leadership. It discusses ways to define the mission of the team; establish ownership, authority, and responsibility; promote respect and trust in diverse teams; merge diverse cultures into a team; and adapt to different approaches.

Workplace Leadership (13:49)
This video explores the effort and determination required to get ahead in various fields.

 

Websites:

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction- State Data

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction – Schools & Educators

National Center for Education Statistics

U.S. Census- Educational Attainment

 

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