The only luau on Maui showcasing strictly Hawaiian music, dance, and food. Enjoy learning about Hawaiian history and culture along the ocean’s edge, and gather around the ‘Imu’ (earth oven) as the kalua pig is unearthed. At sunset, the evening’s main entertainment begins. This award-winning ...
Another great day of presentations at the Clute Institute -International Conference on Education Las Vegas!
Tremendous engagement with other educators from around the world, and some interesting and impactful, presentations by Matthew Wilmes, Brad Hak, Kendall Larson and Dr. Barbara Holmes of Winona State University!
The Keynote - Dr. Ann Toler Hilliard, Bowie State University, USA
Leadership Development Competencies for Global Communities
Being prepared to serve as a leader in an effective manner in global communities is a high order, because there is a need for global competence. Global leadership development should be available for leaders at all levels so when serving in global communities these leaders would be confident and competent. The flexibility of acting with high levels of cognitive ability and being able to manage the complexity and constant change is typical in global business communities. Leaders must have an attitude of openness, respect, being willing to learn quickly and showing acceptance of cultural diversity. The keynote speaker will include a discussion regarding the current leadership development competencies that are needed in order to effectively lead in global communities.
Dr. Ann Toler Hilliard is an associate professor who teaches in the Department of Educational Studies and Leadership at Bowie State University, U.S.A. Dr. Hilliard’s education includes: Ed.D. degree, George Washington University; M.S. degree, The Johns Hopkins University; M.A.T. degree, Trinity University-Washington; B.S. degree, Elizabeth City State University, and Certificate for Consulting from Harvard University.