Sunday, October 15, 2017

Connected Leadership Featured on Targeting Leadership Radio

Jim and Kathy share their valuable insight on a unique approach to leadership development.  It begins with understanding your intention and P.O.V (Point of View). They are both experienced leaders and passionate educators.  Their unique approach to developing leadership skills is intriguing. LISTEN NOW  

By Kathryn Davanzo
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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Leadership Saint Leo Program Wins National Leadership Development Award

Each year, HR.com’s LEAD Awards celebrate the best applications and internally designed leadership development programs from organizations around the world . Past winners have included Fortune 500s, small-start-ups, and everything in between.  We are pleased to announce that CODA’s yearlong leadership development program at Saint Leo University (Leadership Saint Leo) placed first in one category…

By James Sartain
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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Dr. James Sartain Discusses Connected Leadership

Listen to this highly rated podcast, created in conjunction with Kaplan University, during which Dr. James Sartain discusses the Connected Leadership Framework, and the research and evidence that supports it. Click to begin the PODCAST.  

By Kathryn Davanzo
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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Why Amazon’s Priest and Imam Commercial Matters for Leaders

By now you have probably viewed the viral Amazon video of a Priest and Imam having a cup of tea.  After sharing their daily challenges of leading a group of followers, each took note of the physical discomfort that the other was experiencing from kneeling for much of the day.  In a modern day Gift of the Magi (with…

By James Sartain
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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

The Connected Leadership Framework: A Grounded Theory of Evidence-Based Leadership Development

Leadership has been the source of study (and debate) for hundreds of years.  Despite the ubiquitous nature of the term, however, there is little agreement on what makes great leaders great. From the “Great Man” theories that emerged in the early 18th century to the most recent wave of behavioral and cognitive-social theories of leadership…

By James Sartain
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