As entrepreneurs and business professionals, there's a good chance that you've taken a leadership course here or there. But there's a new type of program in town – and it's backed by a group of leaders who know a little something about executive power.
The three are members of the first class of Presidential Leadership Scholars, an unprecedented program co-sponsored by the presidential libraries of George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Lyndon Johnson.
The George W. Bush Presidential Center is one example of this commitment. The Bush Center held the Military Service Initiative summit on the 18th in “support of post-9/11 veterans and their families.”
One of the most important lessons that former President George W. Bush says he learned from his father was to always put family first.
Former President George W. Bush was joined by his nephew, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, on Friday night to kick off the Bush Center’s ENGAGE public speaking series.
When George W. Bush served as Texas’ governor, autographed baseballs lined the walls of his Capitol office. Now his link to the sport — particularly to the Texas Rangers, where he was managing general partner before taking office — will make up an exhibit at his presidential library.
Bush, who moderated Wednesday’s discussion, has made veterans’ well-being and their re-entry into society one of the institute’s priorities.