Presidential Leadership Lessons from Woodrow Wilson, Part 1 – Up to the Presidency | Thomas Fox – Compliance Evangelist

Richard Lummis and I are starting a two-part series on leadership lessons from Woodrow Wilson. In this Part 1, we examine the lessons of Wilson’s formative years growing up in the South, his educational career, his academic profession and thought leadership, his presidency at Princeton, his governorship of New Jersey and the presidential election. of 1912. In Part 2, we will discuss his presidential years.

Highlights from this podcast include: (1) See more +

Richard Lummis and I are starting a two-part series on leadership lessons from Woodrow Wilson. In this Part 1, we examine the lessons of Wilson’s formative years growing up in the South, his educational career, his academic profession and thought leadership, his presidency at Princeton, his governorship of New Jersey and the presidential election. of 1912. In Part 2, we will discuss his presidential years.

Highlights of this podcast include: (1) Introduction by Woodrow Wilson (2) Discussion of the impact of slavery on Wilson and being a Southerner (3) History of college work (4) Professor at Johns Hopkins (5) Congressional Government Publication (6) Moving to Wesleyan (7) Moving to Princeton in 1992-Handbooks on Government (8) President of Princeton-1902 (8) Accomplishments (9) Seeds of Character Flaws Revealed? (10) Health issues (11) Governor of New Jersey (12) Surprise candidate – “It came to me unsolicited, unanimously and without commitment to anyone about anything.” (13) Reformist and repressed the Bosses? (14) 1912 Nomination and Campaign (15) Dark Horse Candidate (16) Impact of William Jennings Bryan (17) New Freedom Platform – Breaking Trusts and Lowering Tariffs (18) Lessons in Leadership

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