News from the World of Leadership
When explaining President Obama's nomination of Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court to reporters, White House officials stressed her leadership qualities. With Justice John Paul Stevens retirement, the president sees Kagan as someone who can fill the resulting leadership void on the high Court…Pam and Jack Cumming have donated $1.125 million to Bentley University toward programs for developing leadership skills among young women. The Cummings, who have a daughter attending Bentley currently and a son who will be a freshman there in the fall, have a history of supporting programs aimed at empowering young women…Fred Laskey, executive director of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, is being credited for outstanding leadership after a water main rupture sent 265 million gallons of water into Weston. Like most good leaders, Laskey gave credit for handling the two-day crisis to others…GE sponsored its first Hispanic Executive Leadership conference in Washington, D.C. on May 3-4. "Leadership in a Reset World" included leaders from national Hispanic organizations who exchanged ideas and discussed business challenges in current economic times…Pacific Continental Corporation received the inaugural Award for Exemplary Ethical Leadership from Northwest Christian University's Center for Leadership and Ethics. The Center recognized the bank for its commitment to supporting the community through its employee volunteer program.
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