includes icebreakers, activities, and reading materials for a variety of leadership development objectives: communication, leading, motivation, character, etc.
via interviews with leadership "experts" and essays on leadership topics are found at the Drucker Foundation site.
include info on the topic in article, essay, and/or review form.
books, and videos funded by the Kellogg Foundation and other selected
sponsors of recognized rural programs. The collection is divided into
seven categories of materials:
Telecommunication / Education
Land Use / Natural Resources
, and practical methods for public problem solving information including models, techniques, manuals, and syllabi can be found at the Civic Practices Network site.
is analyzed/debated including volunteerism, voter turnout, and the "bowling alone" phenomenon.
contains tools that can be used with staff, committees, boards, collaborations, partnerships, coalitions, ad hoc groups, task forces, and other groups to build their inner relationships, become dynamic, and function at their best. It addresses the areas of communication, facilitation, team building, collaboration, and visioning, and includes a section on assessments and ice breakers to use in getting groups started.