Title

Leadership Before and After Hurricane Katrina

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC 201

Start Date

21-5-2015

End Date

21-5-2015

Keywords

Leadership, Culture, Community

Abstract

The Cross Cultural Leadership Program is a great opportunity for selected individuals to see how leadership can differentiate by cultures. Going to New Orleans, we had the privilege of talking with guest speakers who gave us an opportunity to understand the leadership of the city before and after Hurricane Katrina. Being able to compare the leadership styles of the guest speakers helped us, as a cohort, understand the wide range of leadership qualities, as each speaker gave us a different perspective on their style of leading.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Joanne Perez, Manuel Rodriguez

Department/Program

ITAM

Additional Mentoring Department

Other

Additional Mentoring Department

Center for Leadership and Community Engagement

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Leadership Before and After Hurricane Katrina

SURC 201

The Cross Cultural Leadership Program is a great opportunity for selected individuals to see how leadership can differentiate by cultures. Going to New Orleans, we had the privilege of talking with guest speakers who gave us an opportunity to understand the leadership of the city before and after Hurricane Katrina. Being able to compare the leadership styles of the guest speakers helped us, as a cohort, understand the wide range of leadership qualities, as each speaker gave us a different perspective on their style of leading.