Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2011

Abstract

We believe there is nothing better than life and its experiences to mold one’s individual leadership abilities, skills, and talents. We have, like many before us, realized some of these lessons can and will only be achieved with service and leadership activities and responsibilities to our college and to numerous professional educational, practice, and scientific organizations. Three specific lessons learned through personal experiences are offered below which we believe may benefit those who have an interest in academic leadership positions.

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Article published in 2011 in American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education:

Kenneth McCall and Gayle A. Brazeau (2011). Lessons Learned from Experiences in Academic Leadership. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education: Volume 75, Issue 8, Article 148. doi: 10.5688/ajpe758148

© American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education; included with permission of the editor.

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