Ethnos Leadership is a principle centered, self-evaluating, self-reflective leadership development process. Our definition of a principle at Ethnos Leadership is “a universal law that is true in any context, situation, or environment.”
Ethnos Leadership is a blueprint to reinforce strengthen, and sharpen present or existing leadership skills by expanding one’s perspective of leadership. This concept is applicable to a person who has been leading for many years, or for one who is just beginning the life long journey of leadership.
In addition to publishing The Father’s Kiss, Dr. Cruell is the founder and primary facilitator of the Ethnos Leadership Process (ELP) with three books that accompany and assist in facilitating the Ethnos Leadership Process. The Leaders Character, The Leaders Capabilities and The Leaders Competencies. Through Ethnos Leadership, Dr. Cruell's aspiration for life is to assist leaders to continue to discover, develop, and disciple (mentor) others, making a difference in the world which we live.
As an educator Dr. Cruell served as Professor of Leadership and Hermeneutics at Valley Forge University, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania from May 2004-June 2006. He currently serves as a member of the President’s Diversity and Inclusion and Institutional Review Boards, Texas A&M University Central Texas Campus. Read more about Dr. Cruell here.