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Leadership

Leadership can be defined in many ways.  It is a topic that has received much attention in recent years and it continues to create excitement in academia and the popular press.  Here is a collection of interesting reading and links that you may find helpful as you discover and create your personal definition of leadership.

Links:

Leadership quotes from Brainyquote.com

John C. Maxwell

Harvard Business Review (HBR)

Books:

Leading So People Will Follow by Erica Anderson

Winning by Jack Welch and Suzy Welch

The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: Follow Them and People will Follow You by John C. Maxwell

 

Helpful Links

Free video library resources on many topics, including math, science, management, economics, and more: Khan Academy

Free courses sponsored by MIT: MIT OpenCourseware

APA 6th Edition Style:

Purdue OWL Writing Lab

Editorial: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Avoiding the Most Common APA Errors in
Journal Article Submissions  by Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, Julie P. Combs, John R. Slate, and Rebecca K. Frels
Sam Houston State University

From the abstract: In this editorial, we provide evidence-based guidelines to help authors avoid committing APA
errors. Specifically, we provide guidelines for adhering to APA style using findings from Combs,
Onwuegbuzie, and Frels’ (2010) mixed analysis of 110 manuscripts submitted to Research in the
Schools over a 6-year period. Combs et al. identified the 60 most common APA errors grouped into
14 themes. We contend that an efficient way for authors to learn APA style is to focus initially on
these common errors and error themes. Further, we contend that these errors provide useful
starting points for persons who teach APA style. Finally, authors of the APA Publication Manual
might use this information to determine which rules and guidelines to emphasize.

Here is some handy information about APA Levels:  

To download: Right click, save as link  APA Levels