Learned Leadership: Preparing the next generation of tribal college administrators

Aug 15th, 1993 | By | Category: 5-2: Leadership, Features
By Wayne Stein and Dan Eagleeye

Funded by the Ford Foundation, the Institute for Tomorrow’s Generation of Leaders offered participants an intensive summer program of seminars in leadership skills, college administration and political savvy. Taught by experienced tribal college presidents, faculty from Montana State University and legislative experts in Washington, D.C. the program was designed to give future leaders the knowledge that today’s leaders had to—sometimes painfully—learn for themselves. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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