“What skills and dispositions must an effective leader have in a world of entrenched and competing political philosophies?”. Educational Policy Fellowship Program Group: Sue Charette, Pamela Collins, Cheryl L. Poole, Michael Radke, Karen R. Todorov, and Vanessa Winborne . National Values.
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Educational Policy Fellowship Program Group:
Sue Charette, Pamela Collins,
Cheryl L. Poole, Michael Radke,
Karen R. Todorov, and Vanessa Winborne
Our nation was built on the complementary democratic values of diversity and liberty.
Inherent in these foundational values is the recognition that differences are not only regarded but considered to be valuable and have historically contributed to the strength and greatness of our nation.
Americans believe that now more than ever our thoughts, actions, and associations are “polarized.”
2.Examine the dynamic of power as the invisible participant in all group interactions
3. Recognize what personal power we each have as leaders that can help us maneuver in an atmosphere of polarization.