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Dec

30

The Risky Leadership Gap

Author: Sandra Martínez, Ph.D | Posted in: Blog | Comments (3)

A sizable gap currently exists between our collective ideas about good leadership and what we find demonstrated to be the capacities and qualities of effective strategic leadership. When I first began my professional career, I worked as an associate researcher on the GLOBE project, directed by Bob House of the Wharton School, which compared leadership […]

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Dec

28

On ‘Otherness’ and Leadership in Today’s World

Author: Sandra Martínez, Ph.D | Posted in: Blog | Comments Off on On ‘Otherness’ and Leadership in Today’s World

In his recent memoir, “World Order,” former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger recounts an exchange between the Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai and himself during his first trip to China in 1971 representing the Nixon administration to arrange for diplomatic relations after 20 years of hostility. Kissinger remarks to the Premier that China is a ‘land […]

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Dec

14

Livestream of NATO conference at National Defense University, “Effective Leadership for a Complex World”

Author: Jacob Smith | Posted in: Blog, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Livestream of NATO conference at National Defense University, “Effective Leadership for a Complex World”

On June 19, 2013, Sandra Martinez, addressed an audience of international and national military leaders and educators on the subject of “Effective Leadership for a Complex World,” gathered at the NATO-sponsored Third International Transformation (ITX3) Workshop/Conference, “Changing Mind-sets to Transform Security: Leadership Development for an Unpredictable and Complex World” hosted at the National Defense University […]

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