Community case studies in collaborative leadership.
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This case study is the second in a research series examining the key characteristics, actions, and beliefs of collaborative leaders. The project is designed as a study of Chippewa Valley region leaders involved in the education and human sciences arena.
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Color poster with text of research conducted by Nancy Dohr, advised by Robert Hollon.
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