Two weeks ago I had the great fortune of participating in a weeklong program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government called The Art and Practice of Leadership Development: A Master Class for Professional Trainers, Educators and Consultants. I wrote about it briefly here and intend to write more in the future, but right now I am still processing the learning from this incredible experience.
Scott J. Allen, Ph.D. was one of my fellow APLers. He is a visiting assistant professor at John Carroll University where he teaches strategic management, organizational behavior, business communication, management development and human resources. In addition, he served as a Presidential Fellow at Case Western Reserve University where he taught Leadership: Theory and Practice.
Scott maintains the Center for Leader Development blog and has some very interesting recent posts on the APL experience. There is a lot of other very interesting and useful information there and on a wiki that he has also created.
If you want to expand your learning about leadership, check out Scott’s blog regularly.