Our May, 2003 issue of the Texas Lyceum Journal captures many of the discussions presented at our quarterly meeting that focused on leadership held that month.
The Texas Lyceum was founded on a principle of conscience over convenience, a principle often practiced by leaders in our state. During the month of May, the Texas Lyceum met in the cradle of leadership in Texas. The Nacogdoches meeting focused on "Leadership…Texas Style" and this issue of the Journal is a summary of that outstanding discussion.
As is customary, this meeting brought together key voices on the topic of leadership, how it is practiced and how we all are leaders whether right out front or behind the scenes leading by example. One of the key takeaways from this topic was the action taken by the community of Nacogdoches and its role in the aftermath of the February, 2003 Space Shuttle tragedy.
The Texas Lyceum is very appreciative of the public and private officials who took time from their busy schedules to participate in the meeting and contribute to this edition of the Journal.
Read the Journal here