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Never Say "Help"
Leadership that Instills the Values of Personal and Community Responsibility
by Richard Louv
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Paradox and Collaboration in Coalition Work
This paper was written by Sonia Ospina and Angel Saz-Carranza of the Robert F, Wagner Graduate School of Public Service for the 2005 Academy of Management Conference.
Making Partnership a Habit: Margie McHugh and the New York Immigration Coalition
This case study was written by Jennifer Dodge, Sonia Ospina, and Roy Sparrow of the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service as part of a collaborative project sponsored by the Synergos Institute to study collaborative and “bridging” leadership.
The Flavors of Leadership
Each year LCW honors social justice leaders from a variety of disciplines whose stories renew and inspire activists, young and old, to have faith that our goals are achievable, our struggles interconnected. What follows are the stories of several extraordinary young women whose work has been recognized through the Leadership for a Changing World program.
New Leaders, New Values
Community activists honored by a foundation-sponsored program share a few values and talents in common, and that suggests a new model for local leadership based on creativity, collaboration and unlikely partnerships.
The New Nebraskans
As new immigrants to the United States populate the heartland, they alter the character of whole communities, creating new social and economic strains even as they revive dying towns. Organizations working for immigrants' rights and welfare are learning how to operate in a new political climate.
Co-producing Knowledge: Practitioners and Scholars Working Together to Understand Leadership
This paper is based on a roundtable presentation given by Sonia Ospina, Robert F, Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and Richard Couto, Jepson School of Leadership Studies, at the 2001 International Leadership Association Conference
Mapping the New World of Leadership
The second in a series of essays on leadership written by San Diego Union-Tribune columnist and author Richard Louv, who has written numerous articles and books on families and children, urban design, the environment, personal ethics, and public leadership.
Special: Leaders With Life Lessons
by David Broder (at washingtonpost.com)
The Hidden Leaders
The first in a series of essays on leadership written by San Diego Union-Tribune columnist and author Richard Louv, who has written numerous articles and books on families and children, urban design, the environment, personal ethics, and public leadership.
Perspectives on Leadership
Our Approach to Research & Documentation for the Leadership for a Changing World Program, Sonia Ospina and Ellen Schall (updated September 2001)