Insights from History: Presidential Leadership in Times of Crisis

ByJeremy Gypton
On March 27, 2020

History can give us real insight into the problems that face America. In this webinar, we explored several good and bad examples of presidents in times of crisis, hoping to see the qualities and actions that distinguish presidential leadership at its best.

Speakers for this program were Dr. Jeff Sikkenga, of Ashland University, and Dr. Stephen Knott, of the United States Naval War College.

This special webinar took place on Wednesday, 1 April 2020, at 1pm Eastern Time. All attendees were emailed a certificate for continuing education a week after the live program aired, and all registrants were sent links to the archived program on our YouTube channel and through our podcast.

Suggested readings for this 60-minute program are below.

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