Seeking Common Ground

SEEKING COMMON GROUND Shortly after retiring from a 28-year career with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Colonel Michael Teague ’85 accepted the appointment of Oklahoma’s first-ever secretary of energy and environment. He attributes his success as a leader to his ability to bring diverse groups of people together to solve problems. It’s hard work to reach common ground, and that hard work is an important part of how he serves. His story (p. 42) and others in this issue speak to the role Norwich plays in training leaders to be empathetic, think critically, and problem-solve across all disciplines. Christian Clark / Moving Pictures Division

Shortly after retiring from a 28-year career with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Colonel Michael Teague ’85 accepted the appointment of Oklahoma’s first-ever secretary of energy and environment. He attributes his success as a leader to his ability to bring diverse groups of people together to solve problems. It’s hard work to reach common ground, and that hard work is an important part of how he serves. His story (p. 42) and others in this issue speak to the role Norwich plays in training leaders to be empathetic, think critically, and problem-solve across all disciplines. Christian Clark / Moving Pictures Division

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