Colloquium: Spiritual Leadership
Among its efforts to nourish collegial dialogue across disciplinary boundaries among faculty and students, EKU Libraries are hosting hour-long, informally moderated colloquiums; each colloquium session is devoted to text, video or audio material chosen by a faculty member who moderates the discussion. The material may be of any subject, scholarly or topical, peer-reviewed or popular, as well as original work. The only requirement is that the item(s) under discussion be accessible online (including any of EKU Libraries’ many subscription resources).
Join EKU Libraries Friday, September 16, 2011 at 3:30 p.m., in the Research & Instruction Commons Conference Room (204G) for the second Colloquium of the semester, featuring "How Spiritual Leadership Increases Professional Effectiveness in Schools," moderated by Dr. Sherwood Thompson.
"It is a well founded truth that most school leaders live simultaneously in the spirit and in the world. Commonsense is the temperament that spiritual leaders model-it impacts and persuades people in a very positive way. Spiritual leaders make an important contribution to school improvement and student success through their beliefs, rituals and values."