Larry Terry, the Executive Director of UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, joined On-Air with UVA for a private conference call that highlighted how UVA’s Cooper Center addresses what it means to be a public leader. Larry Terry offered a framework for injecting humanity in civic engagement and discussed how we are “Reimagining Public Service: Strategic Humanization and the Power of Community Leadership.”
The Cooper Center serves leaders across the Commonwealth and beyond by combining decades of knowledge about government, communities, and the people of Virginia with contemporary and advanced research, analytical expertise, and focused training for high performance. The Cooper Center’s strategic plan, Reimagining Public Service, provides a comprehensive insight into the future of the center.
During the On-Air with Larry Terry event, Larry references the book, Catalytic Leadership: Strategies for an Interconnected World by Jeffery S. Luke when discussing governance. Additionally, Larry mentions a Racial Dot Map from the Demographics Research Group at the Cooper Center.