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Developed for public and nonprofit professionals, Leadership News is created by experts, practitioners, instructors and faculty who have walked in your shoes. Subscribe for monthly advice on challenges regularly faced on the job, tips for your development, inspiring career stories and more news and guidance. 

Something Bigger Than Ourselves

5 Insights into Being a Trustworthy Public or Nonprofit Leader 

Tayo Switzer, owner of Leadership 6 Consulting and Glenn College instructor, has over 20 years of experience coaching senior executives to be the best leaders possible for their teams and organizations. He shares five critical behaviors for leaders in mission-driven organizations and tips for implementation. 

The Leadership Podcast

Supporting public service professionals who want to grow in their careers and nurturing their passion for public service throughout the year

Episode 14: Building Blocks for a Career in Public Leadership

In this Leadership Podcast, hear how the leadership nuances in persuasion, collaboration, risk tolerance and more give Aftab Pureval, mayor of Cincinnati, the opportunity and platform to improve the lives of Cincinnatians. 

Episode 13: Leadership and Crisis Management

In this Leadership Podcast, Judie Zimomra's shares ways analyses of past crises and efficient use of modern technology enable stronger preparation and response.

Episode 12: Building a Culture of Professional Development

In this Leadership Podcast, hear about Ray Justice's tips on how continuous learning — connected to employees’ passion for their particular area of public service — supports recruitment and retention.

Featured Expert: Jamilah M. Hackworth, EdD

Jamilah M. Hackworth, Associate Professor, Director of Academic Affairs and Career Development, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating initiatives including faculty diversity and mentorship; leadership and career development; pathway/workforce development for women/underrepresented minority students; and wellness. 

Her unique approach to teaching highlights her expertise and passion for her work, and she allows for reflection and discussion to create an inclusive learning environment for participants. 

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