Lock Haven University
Lock Haven University's Leadership Studies Minor Website
National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs An excellent source for Leadership Resources and Organizations
Big Dog's Leadership Page Contains articles on Concepts of Leadership; leadership and human behavior, leadership and leading, plus much more.
Student Leader "The Forum for America's Emerging Leaders" A premier leadership magazine for college and university campus leaders.
LeaderNet Check out their articles and award winning essays submitted by students.
Emerging Young Leaders Contains various articles regarding leadership
Centre for Advanced Study in Leadership*
Sponsored by: Stockholm School of Economics
Overview: Multidisciplinary collaboration of The Stockholm School of Economics, The Royal Institute of Technology, and the Swedish National Institute for Working Life. Interesting perspectives on leadership, and well respected in Europe. Provides contrast to the American counterparts.
The James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership*
Sponsored by: The University of Maryland
Overview: At heart, similar to the "institutes" and "centers" found at most colleges and universities, but of far greater scope. Includes information about, and research by, a number of leadership research programs, including: The African American Leadership Project; Civic Source; College Park Scholars Public Leadership Program; LeaderNet, an information source for young and aspiring leaders; Kellogg Leadership Studies Project; and the freland-U.S. Public Leadership program. While some parts are priniarlly geared to education, and others to Uo~ students, there is much of general interest.
Kravis Leadership Institute*
Sponsored by: Claremont Mckenna College
Overview: Rather more typical of many college and university "institutes" than the MacGregor Burns Academy, provides a forum for the leadership programs of the college. A changing set of research abstracts and references available. Focus is research in leadership and organizational psychology.
The Leadership Institute*
Sponsored by: The Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California.
Overview: Established in 1990 to "develop leaders of leaders" and to study the organizational context of leadership. Includes the creation of scholarly substance useful for practitioners. The Institute was founded by Warren Bennis. The current director is Jay Conger.