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A resource guide to connect Kettering University Online students in MGMT 679 to research resources provided by the library.

KU Online: MGMT 679-Leadership

MGMT 679: Leadership — 

Students engage in a comprehensive examination of different leadership theories with emphasis on relevant empirical evidence and application of the theories to case studies that involve leadership and group functioning. Students examine their own potential for leadership, identify their key strengths and limitations, and consider how to advance their leadership development. The importance of ethical conduct and persuasion in effective leadership are covered.

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What Leadership Looks Like

Leadership Podcasts

Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast: Welcome to the Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast, a conversation designed to help leaders go further, faster. Andy Stanley is a pastor, communicator, author, and the founder of North Point Ministries in Alpharetta, Georgia.


On Leadership: On Leadership is a weekly interview program hosted by The Washington Post's Lillian Cunningham. We talk to influential figures in business, politics, science and the arts about how they got where they are, what traits and experiences have most shaped their character, and what leadership means to them.

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