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David Cook
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DBU MA in Leadership Travel-Study Trip to Washington, D.C. - March 2016
DBU MA in Leadership Travel-Study Trip to Washington, D.C. - Spring 2016 This past week, I had the privilege of co-teaching a travel-study course that led a group of DBU students to Washington, D.C. This trip is truly a transformational experience for our s...

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The Importance of Prayer for Christian Leaders With today being the National Day of Prayer ( read more here ), it seemed the perfect time to discuss the importance of prayer in the life of a Christian leader. Most Christians would probably agree with the ar...

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Experiential Learning in Action - DBU Students Travel to Washington, D.C. to study Leadership in the Lives of the Founding Fathers Just a couple of weeks ago, I had the privilege of co-teaching a course with Dr. Adam Wright, DBU Vice President and Dean of o...

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Leadership Lessons from History

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Leadership Lessons from History While in Washington, D.C. today for a meeting, I took some time to visit the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. The museum was fascinating, and along the way, I couldn't help but think about some of the leadersh...

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How Leaders Are Different Than Managers (Part II) In my last blog post, I looked at the basic differences between leaders and managers. In looking at these differences, I argued that managers are concerned primarily with  managing processes and creating eff...

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How Leaders Are Different Than Managers (Part I) In coming in contact with students, professors, and business people, I am asked quite frequently what the difference is between managers and leaders. For many people that I talk to, it seems that they conside...

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Why Introverts Make Great Leaders I read an article this morning titled " Why Introverts Make Great Leaders ," and it struck me how far we have come in America in promoting the idea that extroverts are the only ones who can (and should) be leaders. In her b...

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