Dr. Green presented Moody Foundation Lecture
Posted on Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Green, PhD, OLLU’s 2013-2014 Moody Foundation Professor, presented his
public lecture, “Evidence of Leadership: The Story Told by 10,000
Statistical Analyses from the Peer-Reviewed Literature,” on March 18.
Dr. Green is a professor of Leadership Studies. He currently teaches
doctoral classes in leadership and has chaired more than 40 doctoral
dissertations. He has published research articles in peer-reviewed
literature in areas such as spirituality and leadership, language and
leadership, and various predictors of successful leadership.
During his lecture, he presented information on the more than 2,000
peer-reviewed studies that have employed data collection and statistical
analyses, resulting in more than 10,000 published statistical analyses.
Collectively, these analyses provide a body of evidence for effective
and ineffective aspects of leadership.
The Moody Professorship is a shared program with the University of the
Incarnate Word (UIW). It was established in 1971 through a gift from the
Moody Foundation of Galveston. It provides two endowed professorships
each year – one at OLLU and one at UIW. Moody professors from both
universities present public lectures on each campus.
View a list of previous OLLU Moody Foundation Professors.