2016: CLC Year in Review

The Center for Leadership and Character is excited to kick off 2017 with a review of our highlights from 2016 including some exciting events, products, and initiatives that made the year outstanding. In 2016, the Center expanded the 360 assessment system utilizing its proprietary LCA and TMA assessments, action planning resources, and team coaching sessions. … Continue reading 2016: CLC Year in Review

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Students Selected for Service Academy Leadership Conferences 2017

Congratulations to the following students for being selected to represent Wake Forest University at various Leadership Conferences. USNA Leadership Conference, January 22-25, 2017 Neb Talley and David Boone USAFA National Character & Leadership Symposium, February 23-24, 2017 Hayden Lineberger and Brittni Milner The Citadel Annual Principled Leadership Symposium, March 16-17, 2017 Meredith Gay Annual McDonald Conference for … Continue reading Students Selected for Service Academy Leadership Conferences 2017

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Ethics and Leadership Debate Team Qualify for Nationals

On November 19, the Wake Forest Ethics and Leadership Debate team competed in the Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Bowl held at Clemson University.  Colleges and universities included in the competition were: Campbell University Coastal Carolina University Clemson University Hollins University Lynchburg College St. Mary’s College of Maryland Swarthmore College University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill  … Continue reading Ethics and Leadership Debate Team Qualify for Nationals

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The Impact of Servant Leadership

Wake Forest alum Cameron Kent, main news anchor at WXII-TV spoke about servant leadership and its impact. Kent’s talk was sponsored by the Center for Leadership and Character, and held October 28 in Farrell Hall.

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CLC Sponsors Habitat Day to Serve Local Veteran

On Wednesday, September 28, the CLC sponsored a Habitat work day to serve a local veteran in need.  The homeowner, Mr. Wilson, is a veteran of the US Army, served during World War II and later was an employee of RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company. Staff and faculty joined in the efforts. This day’s 12-person effort also included … Continue reading CLC Sponsors Habitat Day to Serve Local Veteran

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CEO Linda Hudson Shares Critical Leadership Traits

Wake Forest University welcomed Linda Hudson to the Charlotte Center on June 9th to share insights about the key traits of leadership. Hudson is the CEO of the Cardea Group, and her career in the defense, aerospace and security industries has spanned 42 years.

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Wake Forest Well Represented at 2016 Service Academies Leadership Conferences

Wake Forest University and the School of Business were well represented at four service academy leadership conferences in 2106. Five School of Business juniors and seniors attended leadership conferences and symposia at the United States Naval Academy, the United States Air Force Academy, The Citadel, and The United States Military Academy at West Point.

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How Serving Changes Lives: MA Student William Hawks’ Life Story and Servant Leadership

In it’s semi-annual pro-humanitate reflection event, the Center for Leadership and Character invited William C. Hawks, MA ‘16, to share his impactful story of resourcefulness and determination in the face of homelessness and a childhood filled with uncertainty.

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The CLC Welcomes Bill Powers, Jr. to Discuss Ethical Leadership

The Center for Leadership and Character hosted Bill Powers, chair of the Enron special investigation committee and former president of the University of Texas on March 30. Powers offered students advice on creating a culture of ethical leadership.

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Cameron Kane Represents School at Leadership Conference

Junior Cameron Kane has just returned from the 2016 Naval Academy Leadership Conference (NALC) at the US Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. The annual conference, in its 32nd year, had representation of more than 200 participants from over 45 colleges. Cameron, a finance major with a minor in physics, was recommended by faculty, and selected to attend based on application submission in November.

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