Monday, November 14, 2011

Arthur E. Morgan and leadership

This semester in the River Leadership Curriculum course we are studying, among a multitude of other things, the leadership style of Arthur E. Morgan. Morgan was, at one point in his life, a Greater Daytonian, having served as president of Antioch College in Yellow Springs, OH between 1920 and 1936. In addition Morgan's ultra-successful engineering plans and strong leadership helped to shape river systems in the Dayton region.

While RLC students agreed that his leadership tactics were "visionary," most could not deny his tendency to sometimes be close-minded and uncompromising.

In a little out of class stumbling and in pursuit of my own personal inquiries into what constitutes as reasons for belief, I discovered the following essay/podcast by Arthur E. Morgan:
(as many will remember, "This I Believe" is the First Year read this academic year)

A blustery day to all

1 comment:

  1. Great post about leadership, Ashley! Thanks for sharing what you are learning in the RLC class with the rest of the Stewards. Leslie


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