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  • The official 4.2BSD release came in August 1983. It was notable as the first version released after the 1982 departure of Bill Joy to co-found Sun Microsystems; Mike Karels and Marshall Kirk McKusick took on leadership roles within the project from that point forward. On a lighter note, it also marked the debut of BSD's daemon mascot in a drawing by John Lasseter that appeared on the cover of the printed manuals distributed by USENIX.

American Civil Liberties Union Leadership

  • In 1939, a heated debate took place over whether to prohibit communists from serving in ACLU leadership roles

American Civil Liberties Union Communism and totalitarianism

  • A bitter struggle ensued throughout 1939, and the anti-communists prevailed in February 1940, when the board voted to prohibit anyone who supported totalitarianism from ACLU leadership roles

Leadership Group members resist leaders

  • Although individuals filling leadership roles can be a direct source of resentment for followers, most people appreciate the contributions that leaders make to their groups and consequently welcome the guidance of a leader (Stewart & Manz, 1995).

Matriarchy - Literature

  • Elizabeth Burgoyne Corbett's New Amazonia: A Foretaste of the Future is an early feminist utopian novel (published 1889), which is matriarchal in that all political leadership roles in New Amazonia are required to be held by women, according to Duangrudi Suksang.

Accountability

  • In leadership roles, accountability is the acknowledgment and assumption of responsibility for actions, products, decisions, and policies including the administration, governance, and implementation within the scope of the role or employment position and encompassing the obligation to report, explain and be answerable for resulting consequences.

Gender - Religion

  • This topic includes internal and external religious issues such as gender of God and deities creation myths about human gender, roles and rights (for instance, leadership roles especially ordination of women, sex segregation, gender equality, marriage, abortion, homosexuality)

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

  • Women do not hold positions within the priesthood, but do occupy leadership roles in church auxiliary organizations.

Medical school - United States

  • Admission to medical school in the United States is based mainly on a GPA, MCAT score, admissions essay, interview, clinical work experience, and volunteering activities, along with research and leadership roles in an applicant's history

Brian Kevin Turner

  • 'B. Kevin Turner' !--(born is an American businessman known for his executive leadership roles at Wal-Mart and Microsoft. He is the Chief Operating Officer at Microsoft and a member of the Board of Directors at Nordstrom.. Chief Operating Officer. Microsoft.

BSD - VAX versions

  • The official 4.2BSD release came in August 1983. It was notable as the first version released after the 1982 departure of Bill Joy to co-found Sun Microsystems; Mike Karels and Marshall Kirk McKusick took on leadership roles within the project from that point forward. On a lighter note, it also marked the debut of BSD Daemon|BSD's daemon mascot in a drawing by John Lasseter that appeared on the cover of the printed manuals distributed by USENIX.

Telecommuting - Potential drawbacks and concerns

  • Companies rarely promote people into leadership roles who haven't been consistently seen and measured.Organizational Behavior,eight edition,McGraw-Hill A decrease in productivity due to continual procrastination with a lack of supervision will result to a poor performance in the quality of work of the employee

Social networking potential

  • Variable (research)|Variables used to calculate an individual's SNP include but are not limited to: participation in Social Networking activities, group memberships, leadership roles, recognition, publication/editing/contributing to non-electronic media, publication/editing/contributing to electronic media (websites, blogs), and frequency of past distribution of information within their network

B. Kevin Turner

  • 'B. Kevin Turner' (born 1964 or 1965) is an American businessman known for his executive leadership roles at Wal-Mart and Microsoft. He is the Chief Operating Officer at Microsoft and a member of the Board of Directors at Nordstrom.[http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/exec/turner/ B. Kevin Turner]. Chief Operating Officer. Microsoft.

The Inspiration Network - Transition

  • David Cerullo remains as its CEO, with wife Barbara, son Ben, and daughter Becky all working in various leadership roles at the network.

American Geophysical Union - Medals

  • * The Waldo E. Smith Medal (established 1982), named after Waldo E. Smith, the first Executive Secretary of AGU, to recognize individuals who have played unique leadership roles in such diverse areas as scientific associations, education, legislation, research, public understanding of science, management, and philanthropy, and whose accomplishments have greatly strengthened and helped advance the geophysical sciences.

Ecological modernization - Additional elements

  • In the latter case, ecological modernization shares with Ulrich Beck (1999, 37-40) and others notions of the necessity of emergence of new forms of environmental governance, sometimes referred to as subpolitics or political modernization, where the environmental movement, community groups, businesses, and other stakeholders increasingly take on direct and leadership roles in stimulating environmental transformation

Death squad - Iraq

  • After Saddam Hussein was overthrown by the UK–US invasion in 2003 the secular socialist Baathist leadership were replaced with a provisional and later constitutional government that included leadership roles for the Shia and Kurds. This paralleled the development of ethnic militias by the Shia, Sunni, and the Kurdish Peshmerga.

Education in the Philippines - 2000s

  • The act provides the overall framework for (i) school head empowerment by strengthening their leadership roles and (ii) school-based management within the context of transparency and local accountability

Scott Bradner

  • 'Scott Bradner' is a senior figure in the area of Internet governance. He serves as the secretary to the Internet Society and was formerly a trustee. He is on the board of American Registry for Internet Numbers|ARIN, the North American IP address registry. He has also held numerous senior leadership roles on the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) which develops Internet standards. He is also University Technology Security Officer at Harvard University.

Organizational commitment - Other Factors that Impact Job Commitment

  • Even when it was only the perception of distributed leadership roles workers still reported high levels of job satisfaction/commitment.Hulpia, Hester et al

Mentoring - Corporate mentorship programs

  • High-potential mentoring programs are used to groom up-and-coming employees deemed to have the potential to move up into leadership roles. Here the employee (protégé) is paired with a senior level leader (or leaders) for a series of career-coaching interactions. These programs tend to be smaller than more general mentoring programs and mentees must be selected to participate.

Executive (government) - Responsibility

  • The top leadership roles of the executive branch may include:

United States military - Warrant officers

  • More recently though they can also serve in more traditional leadership roles associated with the more recognizable officer corps

Social mobility - Influences that cross multiple boundaries

  • Symbols of social status such as leadership roles are important for developing role models, and leadership models are often seen by children as bridging the more detrimental class boundaries

Digital Cinema Initiatives - The DCI Specification

  • It was also announced which studios would take over the leadership roles in DCI after the current leadership term expires at the end of September.

Pyjamas (software) - History

  • On May 2, 2012 the leadership roles of the project came into question

Microsoft Student Partners - Membership

  • Nominees should be actively involved in student technical clubs, societies, and organizations, preferably in leadership roles.

Communist League of America - Birth of an organization

  • Since Trotsky was right, one day he would be redeemed and recalled to the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Comintern; subsequently the party would reinstate his followers in their rightful, leadership roles. Moreover, the comrades still in the party (in the Trotskyists' eyes) remained comrades with different opinions.

Mao Zedong - Mao and the media

  • Such efforts were intended to facilitate nationwide literacy rates.Karl, 87 Mao’s establishment of a foundation within the Chinese people to receive various forms of media proved useful to his efforts later on in his leadership roles.

International Christian Churches - Global Leadership Conference

  • The Global Leadership Conference (GLC) is a conference for members in leadership roles or those who aspire leadership

ACLU - Communism and totalitarianism

  • A bitter struggle ensued throughout 1939, and the anti-communists prevailed in February 1940, when the board voted to prohibit anyone who supported totalitarianism from ACLU leadership roles

Civil Air Patrol - Cadet programs

  • As a cadet progresses through the cadet program, he/she earns various achievements by successfully passing both Leadership and Aerospace Education tests. Test questions are derived from reading materials supplied to cadets, but the program is also designed to allow cadets to fill ever increasing leadership roles that are pertinent to their Leadership Studies questions.

S. D. Shibulal - Career

  • In 1997, on his return to Infosys, Shibulal established and headed the Web consulting firm|Internet Consultancy practice, which set the stage for the company’s evolution into a major business consulting|global business consulting and IT Services Outsourcing|IT services provider Shibulal held a number of senior leadership roles which include: Head of Worldwide Sales and Customer Delivery, and Head of Infosys Manufacturing and Distribution and Internet Consulting practice.

Pink-collar worker - Background

  • [http://www.jstor.org/stable/1388082 Women and Religion: The Transformation of Leadership Roles,] Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion '502' (4) The Association for the Sociology of Religion was the first to elect a woman president in 1938.

World Economic Forum - Global Shapers

  • In 2011, the forum started a global network of people between the ages of 20 and 30 who have shown great potential for future leadership roles in society. The Community of Global Shapers is a network of self-organizing local hubs based in each major city around the world. They undertake events and activities intended by the Global Shapers to generate a positive impact within their local community.

John Henry Patterson (NCR owner) - Great Dayton Flood

  • Both Patterson and Watson were sentenced to one year imprisonment for unfair business practices, later overturned by appeal; both were later pardoned by President Woodrow Wilson as a result of their leadership roles in dealing with the Great Dayton Flood of 1913

Leonard Bosack - Achievements

  • Leonard Bosack has also held significant technical leadership roles at ATT Bell Labs, and Digital Equipment Corporation. After earning his Masters Degree in computer science from Stanford University, he became Director of Computer Facilities for the university's Department of Computer Science. He became a key contributor to the emerging network technology driven by the U.S. Department of Defense (ARPAnet), that was the beginning of today's Internet.

Go Daddy - Backing of SOPA and resultant boycott

  • Later that day, CEO Warren Adelman couldn’t commit to changing Go Daddy's position on the record in Congress when asked, but said “I’ll take that back to our legislative guys, but I agree that’s an important step.” when pressed, he said “We’re going to step back and let others take leadership roles.” He felt that the public statement removing their support would be sufficient for now, though further steps would be considered

Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania - Graduate options

  • Wharton co-sponsors the Executive Master's in Technology Management Program with the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. This degree prepares engineers, scientists and other research and development professionals for leadership roles in technology-based organizations. Graduates receive a Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) in the Management of Technology from Penn Engineering.

Sanjay Kumar - Career

  • Over the years, he held various leadership roles at the firm

Rabbi - Seminaries unaffiliated with main denominations

  • The Kohenet Institute's training involves earth-based spiritual practices that they believe harken back to pre–rabbinic Judaism; a time when, according to Kohenet’s founders, women took on many more (and much more powerful) spiritual leadership roles than are commonly taken by women today

Rabbi - Women

  • The Kohenet Institute's training involves earth-based spiritual practices that they believe harken back to pre–rabbinic Judaism; a time when, according to Kohenet’s founders, women took on many more (and much more powerful) spiritual leadership roles than are commonly taken by women today

Northern Illinois University - Science and research

  • The Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences is well known for highly ranked programs in hydrogeology and polar science. The department has held leadership roles in Antarctic geological drilling programs since the Dry Valley Drilling project in the early 1970s, and faculty and their students have been continuously active in numerous Antarctic climate history research and field work, including the Cape Roberts Project, The ANDRILL project and the WISSARD project.

Professor - The United Kingdom, Ireland and other English speaking countries

  • Traditionally, heads of departments and other senior academic leadership roles within a university were undertaken by professors.[http://documents.plymouth.ac.uk/uop/Documents/Personnel%20and%20Development/Associate%20Professor%20Protocol%20May%202010.doc] The University of Western Australia has recently changed the terminology, with lecturers now being called assistant professors, senior lecturers now being called associate professors, associate professors now being called professors, and professors now being called Winthrop Professors.

Toastmasters International - Additional programs

  • Lastly, the Youth Leadership Program offers some of the benefits of Toastmasters to teens, primarily by providing training in leadership roles with some opportunities for public speaking.

Community of practice - Actions to cultivate a successful community of practice

  • This group typically takes on leadership roles in guiding the group 2) The active group who attend and participate regularly, but not to the level of the leaders

Positive Psychology in the Workplace - Fun

  • These qualities empower employees to more engaged with their work, take on more leadership roles, and experience less stress

Matriarchy - Literature

  • * Elizabeth Burgoyne Corbett's New Amazonia|New Amazonia: A Foretaste of the Future is an early feminist utopian novel (published 1889), which is matriarchal in that all political leadership roles in New Amazonia are required to be held by women, according to Duangrudi Suksang.Suksang, Duangrudi, Overtaking Patriarchy: Corbett's and Dixie's Visions of Women, in Utopian Studies, vol. 4, no. 2 (1993), pp.74–93 (available via JStor).

Kellogg School of Management - History

  • The training was designed to provide management skills suitable for leadership roles whether in the corporate, public, or nonprofit sectors – rather than careers focused solely on traditional business

Master of Management

  • As the program is designed for students interested in entering leadership roles, the degree attracts applicants from diverse academic disciplines

Cultural Revolution - PLA gains pre-eminent role

  • Mao also inducted several of his supporters to the Central Military Commission, and placed his loyalists in leadership roles of the Beijing Military Region.

Social class in New Zealand - Māori hierarchies

  • In some tribes women could take on leadership roles, although this was not usual

Anarchism and issues related to love and sex - Mujeres Libres

  • To prepare women for leadership roles in the anarchist movement, they organized schools, women-only social groups and a women-only newspaper so that women could gain self-esteem and confidence in their abilities and network with one another to develop their political consciousness.

Nursing management

  • It is common for Registered Nurse|RNs to seek additional education to earn a Master of Science in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice to prepare for leadership roles within nursing

Labor federation competition in the United States - WFM, ALU, and others form the Industrial Workers of the World

  • White, also took on leadership roles.David Brundage, The Making of Western Labor Radicalism: Denver's Organized Workers, 1878-1905, 1994, page 3 and 161

Anarcha-feminism -

  • To prepare women for leadership roles in the anarchist movement, they organized schools, women-only social groups and a women-only newspaper so that women could gain self-esteem and confidence in their abilities and network with one another to develop their political consciousness

Education Specialist

  • Advanced programs beyond the master's degree are designed to provide the necessary background and professional expertise for students planning to go into university teaching, supervisory or leadership roles in post secondary schools, curriculum planning, consultant work, or similar positions.

Education Specialist - About

  • In the higher education arena, individuals who earn an Ed.S. seek to increase their knowledge for preparation in academic or administrative leadership roles.

British Raj - 1914–1918: First World War, Lucknow Pact

  • In 1916, the Muslim League had anywhere between 500 and 800 members and did not yet have its wider following among Indian Muslims of later years; in the League itself, the pact did not have unanimous backing, having largely been negotiated by a group of Young Party Muslims from the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh|United Provinces (UP), most prominently, two brothers Maulana Mohammad Ali|Mohammad and Maulana Shaukat Ali|Shaukat Ali, who had embraced the Pan-Islamic cause; however, it did have the support of a young lawyer from Bombay, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who was later to rise to leadership roles in both the League and the Indian independence movement

Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice - Education requirements in the United States

  • *development of needed advanced competencies for increasingly complex clinical, faculty and leadership roles;

Vanderbilt University - Notable faculty and alumni

  • Within the business world, Vanderbilt alumni have gone on to serve in a number of key leadership roles; alumni include Ann S

Society of Management Accountants of Canada - Competencies, accreditation process and post-qualification development

  • CMAs are expected to undergo specific training and practical experience to achieve specified competencies in the area of strategic management accounting, which are intended to prepare them for senior leadership roles in their organizations. There are six functional competencies and four enabling competencies in that regard:

Experiential education - Other programs

  • The initiative seeks to develop young people for leadership roles by engaging them in environmental cleanup and conservation projects, empower volunteers to rebuild the environmental and social well-being of our communities, and improve local living conditions for both citizens and wildlife.

Clinical officer - Training

  • They also learn Health Service Management which prepares them for their management and leadership roles in health centers and other institutions.

Nikesh Arora

  • Previously he held multiple senior operating leadership roles at Google, serving as President, Global Sales Operations and Business Development from 2009 to 2010, President, Europe, Middle East and Africa from 2007 to 2009 and Vice President, Europe Operations from 2004 to 2007

Jeff Weiner - Career

  • Weiner served in various leadership roles at Yahoo for over seven years beginning in 2001, most recently as Weiner has served as the Executive Vice President at Yahoo's Network Division

Indian Institutes of Management - Postgraduate education

  • The WMP aims to help to inculcate leadership and teamwork amongst participants, and foster the development of change agents to take leadership roles in the global area.http://www.iiml.ac.in/post_graduate_program_wmp.html Indian Institute of Management Lucknow | 18 August 2011

Scouting - Growth

  • Baden-Powell wanted the training to be as practical as possible to encourage other adults to take leadership roles, so the Wood Badge course was developed to recognize adult leadership training

Mayo Clinic - Early years

  • William Worrall Mayo opened his medical practice after the war, and served in several leadership roles in the community

Aspen Institute - Policy programs

  • * 'The Council of World Women Leaders and Ministerial Initiative' is a partnership with the Institute that promotes good governance and gender equality and aims to increase the number, effectiveness and visibility of women in top leadership roles.

Civilian Conservation Corps - Minorities

  • The total of 200,000 African-American enrollees were Racial segregation in the United States|segregated after 1935 but received equal pay and housing. Black leaders lobbied to secure leadership roles. Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes|Harold Ickes pressured Director Robert Fechner to appoint prominent African-Americans to supervisory positions such as education directors in the 143 segregated camps.

American College of Emergency Physicians

  • # To encourage emergency physicians to assume leadership roles in out-of-hospital care and disaster management.

Religious terrorism - Definition

  • *Clerical figures must be involved in leadership roles..

Alevi - Leadership structure

  • In contrast to Alevi rhetoric on the equality of the sexes, it is generally assumed that only males may fill such leadership roles.

Abolitionism in the United States - Garrison and immediate emancipation

  • After 1840 abolition usually referred to positions similar to Garrison's; it was largely an ideological movement led by about 3000 people, including free blacks and free people of color, many of whom, such as Frederick Douglass in New England, and Robert Purvis and James Forten in Philadelphia, played prominent leadership roles

Abolitionism in the United States - Abolitionist women

  • The sisters wrote many pamphlets (Angelina's Appeal to the Christian Women of the South was the only appeal directly to southern women to defy slavery laws) and played leadership roles at the first Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women in 1837

Respect diversity - Green politics and diversity

  • : We believe that the many diverse elements of society should be reflected in our organizations and decision-making bodies, and we support the leadership of people who have been traditionally closed out of leadership roles. We acknowledge and encourage respect for other life forms than our own and the preservation of biodiversity.[http://www.gp.org/committees/platform/2010/introduction.php GPUS Key Values]

Felipe González - Prime minister

  • When he left office, Spain had the best prepared young generation in history and women had stated coping leadership roles as never before

Opium production in Afghanistan - Impacts of opium production within Afghan villages

  • It has also been noted that relationships among fathers and sons, neighbours, and family in general, are drastically changing as leadership roles in the economy continue to shift.Goodhand, Jonathan

Tokenism - Gender

  • Male nurses are also considered to be more knowledgeable on the mechanics of the body than female nurses are, and are more often assigned leadership roles that they are not qualified for.

Male–female income disparity in the United States - Anti-female bias and perceived role incongruency

  • Other consequences are that it is more difficult for women to become leaders and to achieve success in leadership roles.Eagly, Alice H

Northridge Preparatory School - The Halls System

  • Students need not hold any of these defined leadership roles to play a leading role in their hall

Doctor of Social Work

  • The degree typically leads to academic teaching or senior appointments within practice and research or to more leadership roles in practice and policy developments at a local or international level.

Chicago Women's Liberation Union - Conclusion of the CWLU

  • These groups argued over leadership roles in the CWLU and were purged from the organization after the event in 1976

Puritans - Family life

  • Boys' education prepared them for vocations and leadership roles, while girls were educated for domestic and religious purposes

Communists in the United States Labor Movement (1919–37) - The early years of the New Deal and the founding of the CIO

  • In each case radicals, either associated with the CPUSA or other leftwing parties, played key leadership roles; the CP and its allies, such as Harry Bridges, played an important role in the 1934 West Coast Longshore Strike|west coast longshore strike

Innovation leadership - Idea Evaluation and Implementation

  • This challenge of maintaining a delicate balance of differing leadership styles when appropriate is termed the Generator Evaluator paradox; it is important to consider the role of ambidextrous leadership since a leader must be able to switch back and forth between leadership roles/styles when necessary in order to successfully lead for innovation. Paradoxes of innovation leadership are discussed in further detail below.

Leadership versus management - Group members resist leaders

  • Although individuals filling leadership roles can be a direct source of resentment for followers, most people appreciate the contributions that leaders make to their groups and consequently welcome the guidance of a leader (Stewart Manz, 1995).Stewart, G

Seventh-day Adventist Church - Pathfinders

  • Adventurers (Seventh-day Adventist)|Adventurer (ages 6–9), Eager Beaver (ages 4–5), and Little Lambs (ages 3–4) clubs are programs for younger children that feed into the Pathfinder program. Those above 16 are eligible to become Master Guides (similar to Scout Master) and will begin to take on leadership roles within the club.

Video game controversies - Relief from stress

  • She also suggests video games can have social benefits for children, for example, video games can provide a topic of discussion and something over which children can bond, and can help children make friends; playing video games can increase a child's self-esteem when they are struggling in one aspect of their life, but are able to do something correctly in a video game; and, children can also learn to take on leadership roles within a multi-player online game.Olsen C

Youth philanthropy - About

  • (nd) Charity's Youth Movement: Children and teenagers take on nonprofit leadership roles

Cohousing - Design

  • Cohousing differs from some types of intentional community|intentional communities in that the residents do not have a shared economy or a common set of beliefs or religion, but instead invest in creating a socially rich and interconnected community. A non-hierarchical structure employing a consensus decision-making model is common in managing cohousing. Individuals do take on leadership roles, such as being responsible for coordinating a garden or facilitating a meeting.

Paul the Apostle - Role of women

  • The KJV translation of this passage taken literally says that women in the churches are to have no leadership roles vis-à-vis men.Wright, N.T. The Biblical Basis for Women's Service in the Church. Web: Dec. 16, 2009 Whether it also forbids women from teaching children and women is dubious as even those Catholic churches that prohibit female priests permit female abbesses to teach and exercise authority over other females.

Noblesse oblige

  • 'Noblesse oblige' is a French language|French phrase literally meaning nobility obliges. It is the concept that nobility extends beyond mere entitlements and requires the person with such status to fulfill social responsibilities, particularly in leadership roles.

Public Welfare Medal - List of Public Welfare Medal winners

  • For serving the scientific community in many executive and leadership roles and for his continuing efforts to advance and promote science and technology in the United States.

Feminist psychology - Leadership

  • Generally, employers do not accept sensitive, soft people as being able to tackle tough decisions or handle leadership roles

Moshe Dayan - Chief of Staff

  • During 1953, Prime Minister and Minister of Defence David Ben-Gurion began to make preparations for his retirement from his leadership roles

Sex segregation - Religious and cultural ideas

  • In women in Buddhism|Buddhism, Christian feminism|Christianity, and women in Hinduism|Hinduism, monastic orders, prayer spaces, and leadership roles have also been segregated by sex.[http://www.proutglobe.org/2011/05/the-status-of-women-in-world-religions/ The Status of Women in World Religions]

Health advocacy - Education in Health Advocacy

  • The Health Advocacy Program at Sarah Lawrence College is the nation's first and only master's degree in health advocacy, preparing graduates for leadership roles in shaping the future of this field

Partition of India - World War I, Lucknow Pact: 1914–1918

  • In 1916, the Muslim League had anywhere between 500 and 800 members and did not yet have its wider following among Indian Muslims of later years; in the League itself, the pact did not have unanimous backing, having largely been negotiated by a group of Young Party Muslims from the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh|United Provinces (UP), most prominently, two brothers Maulana Mohammad Ali|Mohammad and Maulana Shaukat Ali|Shaukat Ali, who had embraced the Pan-Islamic cause; however, it did have the support of a young lawyer from Bombay, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, who was later to rise to leadership roles in both the League and the Indian independence movement

Mainline (Protestant)

  • Members of mainline denominations have played leadership roles in many aspects of American life, including politics, business, science, the arts, and education. They founded most of the country's leading institutes of higher education.McKinney, William. Mainline Protestantism 2000. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 558, Americans and Religions in the Twenty-First Century (July, 1998), pp. 57-66. Marsden argues that in the 1950s:

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia - History

  • * Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy—offers advanced degrees at the intersections of business, health policy, and public health enabling visionary students to serve their futures with leadership roles across the healthcare spectrum.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz - Party leadership

  • Aside from her committee and leadership roles, she is a member of Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's 30 Something Working Group, which consists of congressional Democrats under age 40

2012 Wikipedia blackout - December 2011 boycott of Go Daddy

  • CEO Warren Adelman stated when asked, that he couldn’t commit to changing Go Daddy's position on the record in Congress, but said I’ll take that back to our legislative guys, but I agree that’s an important step; when pressed, he said We’re going to step back and let others take leadership roles

Arabic Wikipedia - History

  • Last accessed on 4 August 2014.] one member from the ArabEyes, Isam Bayazidi (), volunteered with 4 other friends to be involved with the Arabic Wikipedia and assumed some leadership roles

Narcissism in the workplace - Corporate narcissism

  • According to Alan Downs, corporate narcissism occurs when a narcissist becomes the chief executive officer (CEO) or other leadership roles within the senior management team and gathers an adequate mix of codependents around him (or her) to support the narcissistic behavior

Berlin, Germany - 20th to 21st centuries

  • The metropolis experienced its heyday as a major world capital and was known for its leadership roles in science, the humanities, city planning, film, higher education, government, and industries

Germanisation - Selection and expulsion

  • The Germans regarded the holding of active leadership roles as an Aryan trait, whereas a tendency to avoid leadership and a perceived fatalism was associated by many Germans with Slavonic peoples.[http://www.projectinposterum.org/docs/lucas2.htm Lukas, Richard C

Epic Western - Subgenres

  • :Some recent Westerns give women more powerful roles. One of the earlier films that encompasses all these features was the 1956 adventure film The Last Wagon (1956 film)|The Last Wagon in which Richard Widmark played a white man raised by Comanches and persecuted by white people|whites, with Felicia Farr and Susan Kohner playing young women forced into leadership roles. Westward the Women (1951) starring Robert Taylor is another example.

Criticism of Christianity - Christianity and women

  • King claims that every sect within early Christianity which had advocated women's prominence in ancient Christianity was eventually declared heretical, and evidence of women's early leadership roles was erased or suppressed.

Doug McMillon - Early Life and Career with Walmart

  • He has also held various merchandising positions at Sam's Club and Walmart International in addition to holding leadership roles in all three operating segments of the company.

Reconstruction Era - Organized religion

  • Freedmen were very active in forming their own churches, mostly Baptist or Methodist, and giving their ministers both moral and political leadership roles

Allied occupation of Berlin

  • It was split between the victors, and lost its world leadership roles

Joan Breton Connelly - Life

  • In Portrait of a Priestess: Women and Ritual in Ancient Greece, Connelly challenges long held beliefs concerning the “invisibility” of women in ancient Greece and brings together far-flung archaeological evidence for women’s leadership roles in the religious life of the city.[http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/01/books/review/Coates-t.html?_r=1pagewanted=1ei=5088en=5e16305e29883c68oref=slogin Keepers of the Faith] by Steve Coates, New York Times, July 1, 2007.[http://www.nybooks.com/articles/article-preview?article_id=20335 The Women and the Gods] by Peter Green, The New York Review of Books, Vol

Ordination of women - Ancient Rome

  • Many religions that were not part of Rome's earliest state religion offered leadership roles as priests for women, among them the imported Cult (religious practice)|cult of Isis#Greco-Roman world|Isis and of the Glossary of ancient Roman religion#Magna Mater|Magna Mater (Great Mother, or Cybele)

George Marshall

  • 'George Catlett Marshall, Jr.' (December 31, 1880 – October 16, 1959) was an American soldier and statesman famous for his leadership roles during World War II and the Cold War

International Association of Sufism - Sufi Women

  • The devotion of all who have volunteered their time, energy and expertise have led to many substantial achievements: opening lines of communication among Sufi women from many different schools throughout the world, bringing the influence and the leadership of Sufi women into the traditional Sufi gatherings, taking active leadership roles within the global community through interfaith organizations, Amnesty International, Habitats for Humanity, UNICEF, UNESCO, and the United Nations

Shakers

Chicago Public Library - Current services

  • In late 2013, a study released by the Information Science Department of Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, Germany ranked Chicago Public Library first in the United States and third in the world, when comparing 31 major urban libraries taking leadership roles in supporting smart cities in a knowledge economy.

Jewish feminism - Women in halacha|Jewish religious law, clergy, schools, and rituals

  • The Kohenet Institute's training involves earth-based spiritual practices that they believe harken back to pre–rabbinic Judaism; a time when, according to Kohenet’s founders, women took on many more (and much more powerful) spiritual leadership roles than are commonly taken by women today

Feminism in India - Second Phase: 1915–1947

  • Women were grappling with issues relating to the scope of women's political participation, votes for women|women's franchise, communal awards, and leadership roles in political parties.

High school football - Junior varsity and freshman teams

  • Some schools also field a true junior varsity team, which are simply made up of junior and senior players who typically do not see playing time in the varsity game (except during garbage time|the final minutes of a one-sided game); some freshmen and sophomores will also play in these games, as will a few juniors who start but either are playing in a different position and/or will be expected to have leadership roles as seniors

Bleacher Report - Executive hires

  • The company named Brian Grey as its Chief Executive Officer in 2010. Grey came to Bleacher Report from leadership roles at Fox Sports Interactive and Yahoo! Sports.

Deaconess - Art

  • It has been argued that some examples of Christian art reflect the leadership roles of women deacons including administration of the Host, teaching, baptizing, caring for the physical needs of the congregation, and leading the congregation in prayers

Deaconess - Decline of the female Diaconate

  • During the rule of Constantine I|Constantine, as Christianity became more institutionalized, leadership roles for women decreased

Council-manager government - History of the council–manager government in the United States

  • City Executives: Leadership Roles, Work Characteristics, and Time Management

History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union - After Stalin

  • Malenkov also became First Secretary of the Party (as the position of General Secretary was now known) but had to relinquish that position and leave the party Secretariat of the CPSU Central Committee|Secretariat on March 14, 1953 in the name of collective leadership due to the dissatisfaction of others in the leadership with Malenkov's assumption of both leadership roles.

Householder (Buddhism)

  • These include an erosion of the distinction between professional and lay Buddhists; a decentralization of doctrinal authority; a diminished role for Buddhist monastics; an increasing spirit of egalitarianism; greater leadership roles for women; greater social activism; and, in many cases, an increasing emphasis on the psychological, as opposed to the purely religious, nature of practice.

Concord, North Carolina - Government

  • In addition to leadership roles, the mayor represents the city at special events and public appearances

Mission (LDS Church) - Mission president

  • In 2013 the mission president's wife was given additional leadership roles in the mission

Medicine in the American Civil War - Women

  • 1998) while Clara Barton, Mary Livermore,Wendy Hamand Venet, A Strong-minded Woman: The Life of Mary Livermore (2005) Mary Ann Bickerdyke, and Annie Wittenmeyer played leadership roles.lizabeth D

History of Mexican Americans - Labor struggles

  • From about 1902 to 1914, the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) attempted to organize coal miners in Colorado. In 1927, Mexican-American coal miners participated in a bloody Columbine Mine massacre|coal strike in Colorado, walking out under the banner of the IWW. Mexican-Americans in the southeastern part of the state, particularly from the Walsenburg, Colorado|Walsenburg, Pueblo, Colorado|Pueblo, and Trinidad, Colorado|Trinidad areas, took leadership roles in the 1927 strike.

History of the Jews in the United States - Civil War

  • Disc 1, Episode 1, Chapter 5, 0:30:40] Jews also played leadership roles on both sides, with nine Jewish generals serving in the Union Army, the most notable of whom were Brigadier general (United States)|brigadier generals Edward Solomon (who attained the rank at the age of 29) and Frederick Knefker.Eli N

History of religion in the United States

  • Black Americans, once freed from slavery, were very active in forming their own churches, most of them Baptist or Methodist, and giving their ministers both moral and political leadership roles

U.S. military - Warrant officers

  • More recently though they can also serve in more traditional leadership roles associated with the more recognizable officer corps

United States Southern Command - Transformation of U.S. Southern Command to an Interagency-Oriented Organization

  • Government departments and agencies are integrated throughout the new structure according to the function of the directorate, with many in key senior leadership roles

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee - SNCC and feminism

  • The degree and significance of male-domination and women's subordination was hotly debated within SNCC; many of SNCC's black women disputed the premise that women were denied leadership roles.[http://www.crmvet.org/disc/women1.htm Women Men in the Freedom Movement] ~ Civil Rights Movement Veterans

Navajo Nation - Local and regional government

  • The clan leadership roles have served as a de facto government on the local level of the Navajo reservation

Accountable

  • In leadership roles,Williams, Reyes(2006) Leadership accountability in a globalizing world

Dependency need - Social needs

  • These people look for leadership roles, and are usually happy and content when they are in control

Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies - Companies identified

  • These companies have taken leadership roles in their industries, offering innovative products and services and consistently outsmarting rivals

Endorse Liberty - RNC lawsuit

  • The judge said that the one intelligible claim they had lodged—that the Massachusetts Republican Party had illegally excluded 17 elected state delegates from participating in the national convention because they had refused to commit to a particular nominee—failed because political parties have a right to exclude people from membership and leadership roles

Drill instructor - U.S. Air Force

  • The aguillette in various colors is worn by students to indicate leadership roles - green for student flight leaders, yellow for student squadron leaders, and red for squadron student commanders

Gender & Society - Gender and religion

  • This topic includes internal and external religious issues such as Gender of God|gender of God and deities creation myths about human gender, roles and rights (for instance, leadership roles especially ordination of women, sex segregation, gender equality, marriage, abortion, Homosexuality and religion|homosexuality)

SCOPE Project - Activist Accomplishments

  • Both Albert Turner and Stony Cooks worked closely with Williams in statewide leadership roles.

Humanistic Judaism - Egalitarianism

  • Humanistic Judaism is Egalitarianism|egalitarian with respect to gender and gender identification, Jewish status, and sexual orientation. Baby-naming ceremonies, similar for boys and girls, are used rather than the brit milah. Those who identify as Jews and those who do not, as well as LGBTI members, may participate in all ways in all Humanistic Jewish rituals and leadership roles.

Indigenous Movements in the Americas - International Maya League

  • One of the defining factors about this group is that it does not have any formal leadership roles appointed to any one person

Pioneer Valley - Witchcraft and the New World's first banned book

  • William's son, John Pynchon, and his brother-in-law, Elizur Holyoke, quickly took on the settlement's leadership roles. They began moving Springfield away from the diminishing fur trade into agricultural pursuits, and also founded several new towns, including Northampton, Massachusetts.

Military history of Jewish Americans - Civil War

  • Jews also played leadership roles on both sides, with nine Jewish generals and 21 Jewish colonels participating in the war. Judah P. Benjamin, a non-observant Jew, served as Secretary of State and acting Secretary of War of the Confederacy.

George Aiken - U.S. Senate

  • During his time in the Senate he served in a number of leadership roles including Chairman of the United States Senate Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments|Committee on Expenditures in Executive Departments in the 80th Congress and in the United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry|Committee on Agriculture and Forestry in the 83rd Congress bringing a Vermont-centric voice to Congress emphasizing common sense solutions over party ideology

C. T. Vivian - Background

  • Many of the students who participated in the Nashville Student Movement soon took on major leadership roles in both the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference SCLC.

Master Warrant Officer - Singapore

  • Master warrant officers often hold senior leadership roles such as school sergeant majors or regimental sergeant majors of brigade-sized units. The Regimental Sergeant Major|school sergeant major of Officer Cadet School (Singapore)|Officer Cadet School is a master warrant officer. He is in charge of the discipline of more than 800 officer cadets, in addition to the Specialist (Singapore)|specialists and more junior warrant officers there.

Harold Kelley - Biography

  • He held many leadership roles, one being the chairman of some of the organizations at UCLA

Datu - Present day Datus of Mindanao

  • In some indigenous Lumad and Muslim societies in Mindanao, titular Datus of ancient royal and noble families still exist. Some of them are active government officials of the Republic of the Philippines, while continuing their cultural and tribal roles as community leaders of their people. Some, although do not have official duties in the Republic, exercise some leadership roles in their tribes. Still others are claimants to these titles.

Hastings Banda - Infrastructure

  • Many of the school's alumni have assumed leadership roles in medicine, academia and business in Malawi and abroad

Women in engineering - Canada

  • On average, 11% of engineering faculty are women and the percentage of leadership roles held by women is an average of 9%. The University of Toronto has the highest female faculty rate in Canada at 17% and École Polytechnique de Montréal, University of British Columbia, and Dalhousie University all have a female faculty rate of 13%.

Peter J. Cutino - Coaching

  • Cutino served as head coach of the US National Team (1972–76), the US Olympic Team (1976), and the US team at the World University Games in Yugoslavia (1987). He was elected to the FINA Technical Water Polo Committee, the international governing body of the sport, as well as leadership roles in the NCAA and USA Water Polo.

IKEA - Corporate structure

  • Mathias and his two older brothers, who also have leadership roles at IKEA, work on the corporation's overall vision and long-term strategy.

Community Informatics - Criticisms

  • A different strain of critique has emerged from gender studies. Some theorists have argued that feminist contributions to the field have yet to be fully acknowledged and Community Informatics as a research area has yet to welcome feminist interventions. This exists despite the presence of several gender-oriented studies and leadership roles played by women in community informatics initiatives.

Clamshell Alliance - Activities

  • :The overwhelming success of the Clamshell Alliance's occupation can be attributed to three factors; the planning and leadership of the Clamshell Alliance itself; the strength of the affinity group and the spirit and discipline of the occupiers; and the strong impact that women in key leadership roles exerted on the events. [http://old.valleyadvocate.com/25th/archives/seabrook.html]

Anerood Jugnauth - 1983 and second tenure as prime minister

  • Prominent leaders left power gracefully and allowed other parties and individuals to accede to leadership roles

Moravian Church - Orders of Ministry

  • serve to mentor deacons and may be assigned to other leadership roles in a particular province.

Sex differences in leadership - Studies that find gender differences

  • Nevertheless, these small differences have statistical significance in the way men and women are perceived in leadership roles and their effectiveness in such positions, as well as their leadership styles.Levy, P

Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps - Advanced Course

  • At LDAC, cadets take on various leadership roles and are evaluated on their performance and leadership abilities in those positions

Alex Haslam - The glass cliff

  • Ryan on the leadership experiences of women and together they coined the term glass cliff to describe some of their key findings – specifically, evidence that women are more likely than men to be appointed to leadership roles in organisations that are performing poorly.Ryan, M

Harry F. Byrd, Jr. - Family, education and newspaper career

  • Byrd later assumed membership and then leadership roles on the paper's board of directors, dedicating 78 years to the enterprise in one capacity or another. Early in his career he also learned the business under the tutelage of John Crown at the Harrisonburg Daily News

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