The author reflects on the concept of leaving a leadership legacy on public administration. She states that it is all about making a difference and that means taking stands on things that matter in the field. It also means acting courageously where there is no money-back guarantee. Furthermore, she stresses that legacies are not just wishful thinking where public managers choose to leave will be based upon the life they lead.
Ethics and Political Philosophy | Policy History, Theory, and Methods | Public Administration | Public Affairs
Springer, C. G.
Leaving a leadership legacy.
PA Times, 30(5),
The American Society for Public Administration.