Last Wednesday the Leadership Institute hosted its biweekly webinar and the topic was fascinating. Peggy Grande visited LI studios to discuss the science of fascination during the free live webinar Lead, Live, and Be Fascinating.
Peggy had the opportunity to work with one of the most fascinating individuals in history -- Ronald Reagan. She began the webinar discussing how her work with Reagan shaped her perspective on the science of fascination.
What made him uniquely fascinating and why are we still analyzing his life and leadership? What can we learn from his life that we can apply to our own?
This has been another good year for conservatives who took Leadership Institute (LI) training. In 2015 alone, 161 conservative activists took a Campaign Management School.
These graduates are people looking to get involved in their community. They want to be leaders and make changes to their cities, counties, and states by winning elections -- for conservative principles.
After hours of lectures, these graduates left with the ability to organize a campaign -- from the moment the campaign begins to Election Day. Better yet, LI grads learned what they have to do from day one to win and affect the public policy process.
Administrators often hide behind the veil of bureaucracy to justify censorship of conservative voices on campus. Moriah DeMartino experienced this firsthand when she attempted to start a conservative club at Hagerstown Community College.
The administration refused to recognize her club...
In politics, it is not enough to know what’s right.
To succeed, your command of a subject must be so secure that you can persuade people you are right. And then you must activate them.
Plunder and Deceit by Mark Levin is a necessary read for anyone who fights against statist power grabs.
This new book sets the stage for the 2016 election and beyond.
Levin’s new book is a wake-up call, especially for young people. He explains the dangers of government and the coming crisis our country faces -- the loss of the greatest...
You don’t have to be seasoned politician to win. With proper training and a plan in place, anyone can learn the tools to win.
Most beginners struggle with the basics and make common mistakes. There are ways to avoid these mistakes, but it takes learning from the veterans who have been through it all before. It takes training.
Bill Taylor has been a South Carolina State Representative since 2010 and credits Leadership Institute’s (LI) training for his campaign success. “I defeated the eight-year incumbent 57% to 43%,” Bill said. “My campaign success was fueled by...
For more than 15 years, the Leadership Institute’s Sacher Multimedia Center has been a resource for the conservative movement.
In 2015, the studio team upgraded the space to include a brand new studio classroom and lobby. The Sacher Multimedia Center now features the Norma Zimdahl Master Studio, a control room, a dedicated edit suite, and the new multi-purpose James Fishback Boreham Studio Classroom.
See the newly completed studio and all LI has accomplished already since the rennovation.
How did a small family-farmer transform into a national headline?
Why did she join the 2015 Congressional Property Rights Caucus Roundtable, and become The Property Rights Foundation of America’s “Nation’s Grassroots Property Rights Leader”?
It started with a young girl’s childhood dream...
“The Leadership Institute is a training ground for the conservative movement,” Texas Senator Ted Cruz said.
“LI does a fantastic job taking young conservatives from all across the county and helping give them the tools to defend free market principles, to defend the constitution, and to explain the principles our country...
It’s been said that big business loves big government, and this maxim certainly holds true in Latin America where Leadership Institute faculty member Italo Antoniotti is fighting to reform Guatemala’s outdated and destructive coffee and trade laws -- helping tens of thousand of indigenous Mayans in the process.
Since 2008, the rise of technology in politics has turned elections into a whole new ball game, and no one knows this better than Rachel Kania.
Rachel currently serves as the Senior Field and Technology Strategist for Rand Paul’s presidential campaign. But she didn’t just fall into the position.
Rachel is a firm believer in starting at square one and working your way up the ladder.
Rachel grew up in an apolitical household in Spring Hill, FL. Her passion for politics didn’t come right away. In fact, it wasn’t until 2007 that she became drawn to political philosophy and seeking out a candidate with strong principles.
While perusing through YouTube videos, Rachel discovered...