Using this approach to his enemies also brought rewards. For example, toward the end of the Civil War, a group of confederates approached Lincoln to ask if they would be executed for treason. True to his reputation, Lincoln reassured them they would remain unharmed as long as they promised to stay faithful in the future. In acting in this way, Lincoln was able to steer his confederate adversaries back toward his leadership and help heal the biggest rift in US history.
Abraham Lincoln embodied leadership by quietly guiding the direction of every division of his administration on a daily basis. Through the use of persuasion, excellent communication and full assumption of his powers, Lincoln spread his vision throughout his organization. Lincoln created the strongest staff possible through trial and error, emphasizing positive reinforcement and integrity, resolving conflicts creatively, and continually encouraging innovation. In doing so, he ensured that his organization had the strength to carry out his vision.
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Our signature leadership experience is centered on three days of battle. You will be challenged to think more creatively and critically through the use of dynamic modules with modern leadership lessons anchored on the foundation of historical case studies. This program is designed for individuals and small groups interested in a powerful leadership development experience with an emphasis on strategic positioning and networking.
This four-day program introduces and integrates three central and distinct groups of women into the current Gettysburg Leadership Experience platform. These groups represent the professionals who attend, women leaders who currently shape the Gettysburg community, and the female historical protagonists who pivoted and put their lives on the line during the Battle of Gettysburg. Through this facilitative process, the program provides a shared learning and leadership experience, coaching opportunities and connections to share challenges and successes, and an ongoing network of professionals from a variety of industries.
Faculty for the Gettysburg Leadership Experience meets the highest criteria. Each guide is seasoned and licensed, having met the stringent federal requirements for training and testing. Every classroom instructor brings expertise related specifically to this development methodology and these modules. From a former ambassador and leadership experts to field guides who have made Gettysburg come alive for thousands, this is the teaching team you want.
Mr. Ashida was the 2009 statewide recipient of the Hawaii State Bar Association's C. Frederick Schutte award for outstanding contribution to the legal profession in the State of Hawaii. In 2010, he was the statewide recipient of the Hawaii State Bar Association Government Lawyer's Section Pro Bono Service Award for outstanding contribution to the community in providing pro bono service and leadership.
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