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Jeff McCausland: Adaptability, Resilience, & the U.S. Navy after Pearl Harbor Responding to a question from Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal, Senior Fellow Jeff McCaulsand, retired U.S. Army colonel, discusses the importance of adaptability and resilience when it comes to ethical illustrate and uses the example of the U.S. Navy in ...
Jeff McCausland: Dwight Eisenhower & “Realistic Optimism” Senior Fellow Jeff McCaulsand, retired U.S. Army colonel, discusses what "realistic optimism" means when it comes to leadership and tells the story of a famous photo of Dwight Eisenhower the day before D-Day to illustrate this idea
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Jeff McCausland: Defining Leadership Senior Fellow Jeff McCaulsand, retired U.S. Army colonel, shares several definitions of leadership, including ones from Dwight Eisenhower and Norman Schwarzkopf, and explains why people like Adolf Hitler and Osama bin Laden don't qualify as "great leaders."
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Jeff McCausland: Ethical Leadership in Times of Crisis The COVID-19 pandemic has upended daily life for everyone. From large corporations to small non-profits to schools to the military, leaders at all types of organizations are struggling to manage the fear and uncertainty that comes with this crisis.
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Ted Widmer: Democracy & Lincoln’s Reinvention of the Presidency Responding to a question from Carnegie Council President Joel Rosenthal, historian Ted Widmer, author of "Lincoln on the Verge," discusses Lincoln's relationship with the Founding Fathers, his views on democracy, and how he reinvented the presidency.
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Ted Widmer: Lincoln’s Moral Leadership & World History Historian Ted Widmer, author of "Lincoln on the Verge," discusses how important Lincoln's moral leadership was in the Civil War era and how it has informed the rest of American and world history.
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Ted Widmer: Democracy on the Verge: Leadership in Times of Crisis As the United States faces its worst public health emergency in over a century, the need for clear, ethical leadership becomes more urgent every day. At the same time, democracy is being tested in ways that most people alive today ...
Mei Fong & Daniel Lippman: Ethics, Journalism, & COVID-19 The Center for Public Integrity's Mei Fong and Politico's Daniel Lippman discuss the role of ethics in the work of journalists, focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic.
For full transcript and audio from this talk, please go to: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/studio/multimedia/20200429-ethical-frontlines-journalism-mei-fong-daniel-lippman
Mei Fong & Daniel Lippman: The Expulsion of U.S. Journalists from China The Center for Public Integrity's Mei Fong and Politico's Daniel Lippman discuss the reasons behind and the effects of the expulsion of American journalists from China in March.
For full transcript and audio from this talk, please go to: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/studio/multimedia/20200429-ethical-frontlines-journalism-mei-fong-daniel-lippman
Mei Fong: COVID-19 & Funding for Journalism The Center for Public Integrity's Mei Fong discusses how underfunded most journalist enterprises are and the effect that COVID-19 is having on this.
For full transcript and audio from this talk, please go to: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/studio/multimedia/20200429-ethical-frontlines-journalism-mei-fong-daniel-lippman

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