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DAVID McNAMEE, PhD
Author - Leadership Training and Development Expert
Servant Leadership Lessons for Middle School
Co-authored with my son, Daniel McNamee. Our kids have great potential to be leaders. Even in younger years, they can take real-world skills and make them relevant to their lives. Their learning becomes something they may use to one day make the world and those around them better. You might be looking for leadership lessons that will enhance such skills in your middle school students. Chock-full of "teacher-tested and teacher-approved" 30-minute lessons, this book will help educators grow and equip young servant leaders.
Become a Better Leader
A short introduction to leadership.
Leadership is continually being reinvented as new leaders and challenges emerge. It is literally bubbling up at the margins of emerging communities and cultures. Even in established businesses and organizations, new leaders emerge daily as yesterday’s team member unexpectedly finds they have been promoted to positions of influence and quickly need to understand what it means to lead.
The Descendants of James McNamee
This book explores the direct descendants of James McNamee of Ireland and their migration across America to settle in Nebraska.
G.J. - A World War II Memoir
Roughly 14 million American men and women fought in World War II. Most of their stories remain untold. Quartermaster First Class George Joseph Schiffer, a first generation Hungarian-American from New York enlisted in the U.S. Navy less than two weeks after Pearl Harbor and stepped onto the docks of San Francisco after the war ended in 1945. In between he dropped depth charges in Naval action against Nazi submarines in the Gulf of Mexico and delivered supplies and combat troops to the beaches of the Philippines and Okinawa while dodging Japanese Kamikaze attacks. This biographical memoir tells the story of a quiet hero who, like millions of the “greatest generation,” only did what needed to be done.