Doris Kearns Goodwin Teaches U.S. Presidential History & Leadership
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Doris Kearns Goodwin began her career working for President Lyndon B. Johnson before becoming an internationally famous historian.
Johnson was appointed as a White House Fellow. Her interest in American presidents sparked, and she went on to spend ten years teaching at Harvard University, where she had gotten her Ph.D. She also assisted President Johnson in writing his memoirs at the time.
She has spent more than 50 years researching and producing biographies of famous American presidents and leaders, including No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II, which earned the Pulitzer Prize for History. Now she’s passing on her wisdom and teaching you how to lead like a president.
Doris’ MasterClass will teach you how to cultivate the qualities and human talents of remarkable American leaders from Lincoln to Obama. Doris provides a pattern of human abilities that make excellent leaders: humility, empathy, resilience, self-awareness, self-reflection, the capacity to establish a team and communicate via storytelling, and sharing your desire for the larger good. She also draws examples from other historical personalities, such as Eleanor Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Martin Luther King Jr., to teach effective leadership skills and everyday knowledge. Learn how to make smarter decisions, manage a crisis, and communicate effectively, whether you’re dealing with the media, speaking with a team at work, or presenting a speech to thousands of people.
This class will teach you about:
Increasing emotional intelligence
Presidents’ experiences and tales
Putting together and leading a team
Making smarter judgments, no matter how big or little
Managing a Crisis
Delivering a message while keeping an audience in mind
The Influence of Speeches
Recharging your batteries
Participation in civic life
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