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What does good leadership look like in a crisis?

In a podcast with WBUR, Professor David Gergen provides insight into how leaders can effectively guide their constituents through a crisis of such magnitude as COVID-19. 

Harvard Kennedy School Dean Doug Elmendorf outlines the social, economic, and political factors that erode trust in public leadership—and provides recommendations to restore this trust—in a lecture at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s La Follette School of Public Affairs.

Emergency planning and multi-agency response efforts helped mitigate some of the catastrophic impacts from Hurricane Harvey, yet the devastation caused by the storm will be felt in south Texas for years to come. Arnold Howitt and Dutch Leonard provide their perspectives on the storm, the massive disaster response efforts that it spawned, and the prospects for recovery in the region.

Congressman John Lewis receives Gleitsman Award

While at HKS to receive the 2017 Gleitsman Citizen Activist Award, presented by the Center for Public Leadership at the School, the Civil Rights leader urged listeners to battle injustice patiently.

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