The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Betsy Winslow '83 from Tuck School of Business Kicks Off Spring 2011 MLDP

Article Type 

Last week, the Management and Leadership Development Program opened the spring term by examining leadership theory. Professor Betsy Winslow ’83, Associate Director of the MBA Program at the Tuck School of Business, led the session and challenged participants to consider “What makes a good leader”.  Participants engaged in active discussion and drew from their own experiences as they identified certain qualities and skills that embody “good leadership”. 

Throughout the session, Professor Winslow taught that different situations may require different leadership styles and encouraged students to identify their own personal leadership styles. After the session, participants identified many key “take-always”. Ryan Mei ’12 stated, “She [Winslow] really made me believe that anyone can be a leader and that there are different types of leadership.” Madison Rezaei added that, “the pieces of information about leading volunteers was really useful because that’s often a challenge that we face at Dartmouth.”

-- Julius Bedford '12

Close
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences