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Leading Without Authority
Leading Without Authority

Most of us don’t run an organization or company, we aren’t calling the shots, and we certainly aren’t signing the checks. But that doesn’t mean we can’t be leaders in our current positions. Here are some helpful tips to put you in a position to influence your peers, and even your supervisors.

1. See yourself as a leader.  If you don’t have confidence in yourself or your abilities, you can’t assume anyone else will.  Whatever task you are assigned, become an expert in it.  Confidence often comes when you...

Leadership Institute graduate uses training to play active role in the Republican National Convention

Joy Lee, attorney at the Committee on Arrangements for the 2016 Republican National Convention, is a graduate of the Leadership Institute.  

Most recently from Washington, DC, Joy was born in Seoul, South Korea, and raised in Los Angeles, CA and Baltimore County, MD.  Joy is a proud graduate of University of Maryland and Washington and Lee University School of Law.

Read what she told me about her experiences with the Institute and Republican National Convention...

Happy Independence Day
Happy Independence Day

They called him “Silent Cal.”

Calvin Coolidge, America’s 30th president, was known as a man of few words in his private life.

But on the presidential stage, when he had to lead our country, Coolidge spoke with conviction to the American people.
Collecting more taxes than is absolutely necessary is legalized robbery,” Coolidge said.

Appropriately for a man of principle, Coolidge was born on the 4th of July.

As you and I enter into this Independence Day weekend, please enjoy this wisdom spoken by Coolidge on the 150th anniversary of our nation...

Leadership Institute welcomes summer 2016 intern class
Leadership Institute welcomes summer 2016 intern class

The Leadership Institute recently welcomed the 98th intern class to Arlington, Virginia.  The current class exhibits diversity in age, level of completed education, college major, and personal career goals, but they all share one important thing in common: they want to strengthen the conservative movement.