The first female Secretary of State shares her insights.
Last November, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright, PhD, sat down with award-winning journalist Jim Gray to share her insights with the University of Phoenix community as part of the University’s Leadership Circle speaker series. Here, in this excerpt from their discussion, she weighs in on leadership, technology and the skills required to thrive in this new age.
Jim Gray: When you were a little girl in Czechoslovakia before your parents had to flee because of [World War II], what was your goal? What did you hope to be?
Madeleine Albright: My father was a Czechoslovak diplomat, and I was born in 1937. Two years later, Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia. Because my father was associated with the government, we went and lived in England during the war.
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