The title of the book is Finding Your Voice: The mission of the Academy is to, "foster responsible and ethical leadership through scholarship, education, and training in the public interest. Her three best known books are all aimed at improving how we go about the business of leadership and have been widely recognized for their impact.
She has served as a consultant and keynote speaker to many communities, organizations, businesses, academic institutions and foundations on topics of organizational design, leadership development, creativity and adult learning. Matusak designed and directed the Kellogg National Fellowship Program, a leadership development program for people in the early years of their career.
Deirdre is a member of Leadership Atlanta. She was a Social Science Analyst for the U. Sorenson is also the co-founder of the International Leadership Association and serves on the board of various non-profits. She has recently completed a book on leadership aimed at public consumption and focusing on citizen leadership.
Leadership ; University of Maryland Press. Department of Education from to Her career is a compelling example of what it means to be a scholar for the public good. Keeton Award recognizing her contributions in adult learning and leadership.
She also co-edited Building Leadership Bridges, She continues her commitment to work for the public good as president of the Connective Leadership Institute, a leadership, management consulting, and public policy research firm. Creativity and innovative approaches to problem solving and leadership have gained her recognition by educators, business leaders, nonprofit groups and community organizations.
Currently, she is the Thornton F. She has received numerous honors including the International Morris T. She has been a volunteer and fundraiser in Atlanta Public Schools. Deirdre has an adult daughter, Emaan.
She has been a scholar and practitioner of leadership for many years in a wide variety of leadership roles. She went on to receive her Ph. She also led in the creation of the Leadership grant making area at the W.
She currently serves on the editorial board of Leadership, Leadership Quarterly, and Leadership Review.
She has published extensively on leadership, crisis management, public policy, organizational behavior, and gender issues, her most recent book being the co-edited volume The Art of Followership: She holds many professional appointments with regional and national education organizations.
Matusak has authored numerous publications and articles in the field of nontraditional adult education and leadership. She served on the original design team and directed the Alternative Baccalaureate Program at the University of Minnesota, and was a professor of Natural Sciences at that institution.
Matusak has been the president of Thomas A. She has been recognized for her community service. The Blandin Foundation, Annie E.The Claremont Review.
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