Recognizing Leadership Beyond Power and Authority
April 30, 2018 | 6:00 p.m. | Rex Theater
240 A St., Vale OR 97918
The notion of “leadership” often conjures up individuals with titles reflecting positions of power and authority—those who control resources and make important decisions that affect large groups of people. Many of our ideas about leadership are also influenced by race, gender, age, and other identities. Join leadership studies teacher Lois Ruskai Melina for a conversation exploring questions such as, How are leadership, power, and authority different? What do everyday acts of leadership look like? Are some people naturally "leaders" and others "followers," or does everyone have the capacity—and responsibility—to be both in different situations? Read more.
Sandijean Fuson at (541) 473-3470 or firstname.lastname@example.org