In this episode, Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., looks at the lessons of action and courage that come from one of the most iconic figures of the American Civil Rights Movement—Rosa Parks.
Leaders today must be prepared for a global society. Learning to appreciate other cultures starts with understanding them, even if that means overcoming old ways of thinking. Dr. Hawkins discusses how Troy University has worked to become “Alabama’s International University” by building bridges of understanding and appreciation around the world.
As a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran, Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., knows firsthand the powerful leadership lessons imparted through military service. In this episode, Dr. Hawkins reflects on the leadership traditions of the military and looks at the story of one of Troy University’s most remarkable alumni, Medal of Honor recipient Bennie Adkins.
Servant leadership means putting the needs of others before yourself. It’s a simple idea that can have powerful implications for leaders. This week, Dr. Hawkins looks at examples of servant leadership from history and shares five ways leaders can take care of their people.
It’s important for leaders to have a vision—but it is equally important to have a plan to implement that vision. In this episode, Dr. Hawkins shares practical steps for how leaders can go from vision to reality.
Leaders need vision—or as Henry David Thoreau said, “It’s not what you’re looking at that matters, it’s what you see.” In this episode, Dr. Hawkins discusses the importance of vision for leaders, and what we can learn from one of America’s great visionaries—Walt Disney.
In the premiere episode of “On Leadership,” Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., discusses the great traditions of leadership in American history and the continued need for leaders.