2013 Virtual Conference on Moral Leadership
Welcome to day six of the Moral Leadership Conference. Today, Dr. J. Randall Wallace shares the story of John Perkins, a faith-based super leader who has had significant impact on organizations serving at-risk communities. Specifically addressed are the issues related to justice, racial reconciliation, poverty alleviation, urban renewal, and leadership development.
Moral Leadership: The Case of John Perkins
Dr. J. Randall Wallace
Dr. Wallace earned his Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership at Regent University. Randall founded and directed a mission in Appalachia where he worked among impoverished communities for 20 years. He is currently the regional center director of business in Bakersfield, CA for Fresno Pacific University and an associate professor of business.
As an adult educator, Randall has facilitated professionals and executives in planning, empowering employees, leadership training and development, and managing change. He has created curriculum to address skill development needed for success in the workplace, and relating current social trends to future education and economic demands. He has conducted need assessments within organizational as well as community settings. He has designed and conducted evaluation programs for organization and community development projects. He has facilitated adults in career planning and preparation, effective parenting techniques, personal development, management, and interpersonal communication. He has also had experience in South America training leaders in change strategies and program evaluation.
He is married to Jacqueline Wallace, an artist, and has two sons.
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Moderator: Dr. J. Randall Wallace
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