Leading Greatly: Why a Liberal Arts Education Matters
Michael Shenkman ’68, founder and president, Arch of Leadership; Metzger-Conway Fellow.
Great leaders tap into people’s diverse aspirations and forge collaborations in pursuit of visions that invigorate the human endeavor. Many kinds of creative efforts are needed when the challenge is daunting. A leader with a liberal arts education is prepared to recognize, appreciate and harness a diversity of creative talents, which increases the likelihood of success.
Liberal Arts, Leadership
Shenkman, Michael. "Leading Greatly: Why a Liberal Arts Education Matters." Ensemble video, 59:47. April 20, 2011. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/Ss36Qng7