Leadership Lessons From The Great Books

The Supreme Court, Reparations, and the Future of the American Republic w/Dorollo Nixon, Jr.
  • Welcome and Introduction
  • Benjamin Franklin's Speech at the Constitutional Convention
  • On Cake Bakers, Website Designers, and Freedom of Worship
  • U.K. Common Law, Blasphemy, and Free Speech
  • The Issues of a Common Law and an Uncommon Culture
  • Expanding the Franchise: Moving From Negative to Positive Rights
  • Culture and the Law: Why Do We Need the Courts?
  • How Does the United States Define Equal Protection?
  • On Arguing Justices
  • Perceptions of Race in America: Justice Jackson v. Justice Thomas
  • The Loss of Religious Practice in America and a Shared Normative Frame of Reference
  • "You Don't Have a Right to My Business."
  • The California Reparations Task Force
  • The 14th Amendment, Sections 1 & 4
  • The Case for Reparations and the State of Hawaii
  • Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois and the Lack of Black Leadership
  • Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. vs. President and Fellows of Harvard College
  • Bootstrapping African-American Leadership Concerns Across Time
  • Leadership Amidst the Cultural Drift
  • Staying on the Leadership Path

Creators & Guests

Jesan Sorrells
CEO of HSCT Publishing, home of Leadership ToolBox and LeadingKeys
Dorollo Nixon Jr
"We are all born mad. Some remain so." Samuel Beckett
Leadership Toolbox
The home of Leadership ToolBox, LeaderBuzz, and LeadingKeys. Leadership Lessons From The Great Books podcast link here: https://t.co/3VmtjgqTUz

What is Leadership Lessons From The Great Books?

Because understanding great literature is better than trying to read and understand (yet) another business book, Leadership Lessons From The Great Books leverages insights from the GREAT BOOKS of the Western canon to explain, dissect, and analyze leadership best practices for the post-modern leader.