Knowledge has to be improved, challenged and increased constantly, or it vanishes.---Peter F. As we approach the third millennium, America cries out for leadership at all levels of society and in every organization that compose it. It must be a national priority to seek out effective leaders. We urgently need culturally sensitive women and men who can grasp the vision of the future. Leadership is the essential force behind any successful organization. Effective leaders help generate vital and viable organizations that can develop and mobilize into new visionary roles in today’s modern society. In so doing, leaders can form a more desirable future for this nation and the world. In contrast, ineffective leadership directs society into becoming a dreamless society lacking purpose, vision and cohesion. Bennis states: Leaders are the ones with vision, who inspire others and cause them to galvanize their efforts and achieve change. Managers, on the other hand, will follow standard operating procedure to their graves, if necessary, because they do not possess the ability to change course (Bennis, 1997, 17).