Global Health Leadership for a Changing World
Ms. Batson highlights the importance and key principles of global health leadership within the context of complex geopolitical change. As Director of the Global Health Initiative, Ms. Batson discusses the Obama Administration's six-year, $63-billion program which focuses on improving health through strengthened health systems, with a particular focus on improving the health of women, newborns and children. Using the U.S. example, Ms. Batson discusses how to leverage limited resources to achiev
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Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
Peter Salovey, Yale Provost, speaks at the 2010 Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) Conference, Building Leadership for Health held at Yale University. He extends an official University welcome and shares remarks on the psychology of leadership, drawing on his expertise in emotional intelligence and leadership.
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Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
Peter Salovey, Yale Provost, speaks at the 2010 Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) Conference, Building Leadership for Health held at Yale University. He extends an official University welcome and shares remarks on the psychology of leadership, drawing on his expertise in emotional intelligence and leadership.
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Strategic Thinking -- Data as Intelligence Part 1
The lecture focuses on highlighting the role of data across the problem-solving and quality-improvement spectrum. Prof. Curry introduces the importance of data as an integral component of any healthcare system rather than a programmatic end piece.
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Strategic Thinking -- Data as Intelligence Part 1
The lecture focuses on highlighting the role of data across the problem-solving and quality-improvement spectrum. Prof. Curry introduces the importance of data as an integral component of any healthcare system rather than a programmatic end piece.
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Prix dexcellence pour le leadership au Canada 2009 | 2009 Distinguished Canadian Leadership Awards
L'Université d'Ottawa a rendu hommage à Rick Mercer, Julie Payette, Michael Burgess et Lisa Laflamme, une de ses diplômées, lors de sa soirée de remise des Prix d'excellence pour le leadership au Canada qui a eu lieu le 25 novembre 2009 au Musée des beaux-arts de l'Ontario, à Toronto. | On November 25, 2009, the University of Ottawa honoured Rick Mercer, Julie Payette, Michael Burgess and alumna Lisa Laflamme at the Distinguished Canadian Leadership Awards held at the Art Gallery of Ontar
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Prix dexcellence pour le leadership au Canada 2009 | 2009 Distinguished Canadian Leadership Awards
L'Université d'Ottawa a rendu hommage à Rick Mercer, Julie Payette, Michael Burgess et Lisa Laflamme, une de ses diplômées, lors de sa soirée de remise des Prix d'excellence pour le leadership au Canada qui a eu lieu le 25 novembre 2009 au Musée des beaux-arts de l'Ontario, à Toronto. | On November 25, 2009, the University of Ottawa honoured Rick Mercer, Julie Payette, Michael Burgess and alumna Lisa Laflamme at the Distinguished Canadian Leadership Awards held at the Art Gallery of Ontar
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Valparaiso University spring 2010 service trip: Harvey, Ill.
Members of Valparaiso University's Social Action Leadership Team (SALT) spent a week of spring break 2010 on a service trip to Harvey, Ill., and share their experiences in this student-shot video. More information about SALT is available at http://www.valpo.edu/chapel/salt.
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Valparaiso University spring 2010 service trip: Harvey, Ill.
Members of Valparaiso University's Social Action Leadership Team (SALT) spent a week of spring break 2010 on a service trip to Harvey, Ill., and share their experiences in this student-shot video. More information about SALT is available at http://www.valpo.edu/chapel/salt.
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Valparaiso University spring 2010 service trip: New Orleans
A video journal of the Valparaiso University Social Action Leadership Team, as they spend their 2010 spring break in New Orleans conducting service work. Twelve students traveled to New Orleans, where they improved the interiors of two homes that were damaged by Hurricane Katrina. This group also spent a day planting trees in St. Bernard Parish, N.O., in an effort to prevent shore erosion. More information can be found at www.valpo.edu/chapel/salt.
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Valparaiso University spring 2010 service trip: New Orleans
A video journal of the Valparaiso University Social Action Leadership Team, as they spend their 2010 spring break in New Orleans conducting service work. Twelve students traveled to New Orleans, where they improved the interiors of two homes that were damaged by Hurricane Katrina. This group also spent a day planting trees in St. Bernard Parish, N.O., in an effort to prevent shore erosion. More information can be found at www.valpo.edu/chapel/salt.
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Are you always the quiet one when it comes to group discussion? This unit will help you improve your working relationships with other people in groups of three or more. This unit also deals with project life cycles, project management and the role of the leader.
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Sustainable Leadership Toolkit
community projects centre, downloadable toolkit. Community Projects Centre is a self-supporting community development charity which provides services to the voluntary, charitable, and public sectors. Areas of special interest for CPC include: community enterprise development;the Community First Programme; tenant participation; writing, editing and publishing.
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Video: “Civility in a Fractured Society”
Watch video of Jim Leach, chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, speaking Oct. 8.   Read more >> Media Contact: Missy Pankake, (615) 322-NEWS missy.pankake@vanderbilt.edu
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15.269 Literature, Ethics and Authority (MIT)
This course explores how we use story to articulate ethical norms. The syllabus consists of short fiction, novels, plays, feature films and some non-fiction. Major topics include leadership and authority, professionalism, the universality of ethical standards, and social enterprise, as well as questions of gender, cultural identity, the balance of family and work life, and the relation of science to ethics. Readings include work by Robert Bolt, Jane Smiley, Virginia Woolf, Ursula LeGuin, Wole So
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Helen Greiner -- The Vision Behind iRobot

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Online Music and Movies: Which of the New Digital Entertainment Models Offers the Best Value?
Wharton marketing professor Peter Fader and legal studies and business ethics professor Kevin Werbach talk about which Digital Entertainment Model will deliver the best entertainment options to consumers and the most value for their companies' shareholders.
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Are Hedge Funds out of Control?
If you go to Amazon.com and search for books about venture capital, you get 14,114 responses, which include many text books. Andrew Metrick, a professor of finance at Wharton, has just written a new book on the subject titled, "Venture Capital and the Finance of Innovation." Unlike the thousands of other books, though, this one offers a different approach, especially in areas such as valuing startup companies and IPOs, by bridging the gap between finance fundamentals and venture capital practice
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Microsoft and Yahoo: Does It Make Sense (and Will It Work)?
On Friday, February 1, Microsoft announced it was making an unsolicited bid to acquire Yahoo for $44.6 billion in cash and stock, a 62% premium over Yahoo's stock price at the time. Yahoo is officially "evaluating" the offer and, according to reports, is talking to other companies as possible suitors. Meanwhile, Google seems determined to derail the deal, stating that it finds the proposed acquisition "troubling" and offering to help Yahoo come up with other options. Does the deal make sense, an
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Changes in the Air: What Will Come of the Copenhagen Climate Summit?
More than 100 world leaders gathered in Copenhagen on December 7 for a two-week summit meeting whose ambitious aim is to renew the Kyoto protocol on climate change. The issues being discussed include reducing emissions of green-house gases and setting a price for carbon, among others. What are the likely business implications of these issues? What new challenges and opportunities will they create during the coming months? Knowledge@Wharton discussed these topics with Wharton legal studies and bu
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