Back in May I participated 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 where I had the great fortune to meet a lot of talented people in the Leadership Development field.
One of my fellow program participants was Scott J. Allen, Ph.D., founder of the Center for Leader Development, author and visiting assistant professor at John Carroll University in Cleveland, OH.
Scott recently asked me if I’d be interested in contributing to the Center for Leader Development blog where he is assembling an impressive roster of contributors from a wide range of perspectives.
The purpose of CLD is to provide individuals who have a passion for leadership development a gathering place on the Internet. We are building an international community of individuals who research and facilitate leadership development programming for community leaders, youth, collegians and corporate citizens. At CLD you will find leadership development resources, job links, tools, conference announcements, cool links, publications and information-rich content regardless of the sector from which you hail.
I am honored and excited to be part of this project and encourage all Sea-Fever readers to head over to the Center for Leader Development blog where there is always a lot of interesting and valuable information.
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