Mulvaney Leadership Institute

About the Mulvaney Leadership Institute
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The Mulvaney Leadership Institute was founded in 2008 to provide leadership training and development for faculty, students, and academic administration at Emmanuel College and provide opportunities to members of our shared learning community to build and sustain skills necessary for ethical and effective learning. 

We recognize that effective leaders possess strong ethical character, high integrity, and the ability to adapt, learn and reflect. 

A liberal arts and sciences education provides the linchpin for personal and intellectual growth to build future leaders. 

Library Resources
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Electronic Resources:
  • Public Sector Consortium: Leaders and Partnerships for the Public Good
    Resource Type: Web Site
    The Public Sector Consortium has been in existence since 1995 and now functions as a non-profit. "Our goal is to translate the management and leadership practices from the best schools and learning institutions in the world into relevant tools for public sector leaders." Explore Publications and Resources; Leadership Tips; and Partnerships and Links.

  • Business Source Premier Restricted Resource
    Full text and indexing of scholarly business journals covering management, economics, finance, accounting, international business and related topics.

  • ABI/INFORM Complete (ProQuest) Restricted Resource
    Resource Type: Article Database
    • Dateline: Business, Economics: local and regional business publications
    • Global: Business, Finance, Economics: journals, company profiles, Wall Street Journal
    • Trade & Industry: Business, Economics: trade and industry periodicals

  • Research Guide: Leadership and Ethics

Mulvaney Leadership Institute Book Collection
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