Executive Leadership

Executive Leadership from the Inside Out: Presidential Perspectives on Reagan

Tuesday, February 1, 2011 — 3:30 to 5:15 p.m.
USC Davidson Conference Center

Presidents must lead a large staff of internal advisors, appointees, and high-ranking civil servants. Join the discussion about the ways that Ronald Reagan approached these difficult leadership challenges and how his managerial leadership compares to other presidents.


Rich Callahan     Rich Callahan
Associate Dean and Director of State Capital and Leadership Programs
School of Policy, Planning, and Development
University of Southern California


Ralph Bledsoe     Ralph Bledsoe
United States Government, Retired
National Academy of Public Administration

Michael Genovese     Michael Genovese
Loyola Chair of Leadership and Professor of Political Science
Director, Institute for Leadership Studies
Loyola Marymount University

Peter Hannaford     Peter Hannaford
Public Affairs/Public Relations executive
Former senior aide to Ronald Reagan

James Pfiffner     James Pfiffner
University Professor
Director, Doctoral Program in Public Policy
George Mason University