As the learning leader in a course it is important that educators work to earn the respect of their students.  Through the earning of students’ respect and modeling professional behavior educators will influence the professional development of their students. This group is for educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 

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Leading an Effective Team | Origin: ML112 | New comment by Michelle Garces

The biggest thing that I learned was to involve everyone's ideas and thoughts. It's a collective effort and the entire team's goal needs to be clear to the entire team. 

Strategy Execution | Origin: ML149 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

I learned how to help develop a plan/strayegy and execute it with my team.

Strategic Thinking | Origin: ML148 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

I have enjoyed the material given regarding strategic thinking. Working together can help us create the best possible strategic solutions.

Managing Upward | Origin: ML123 | New comment by Christy Foster Bollman

This training is useful and will be used to manage upward with my two bosses.  It also helped me understand my position as a leader and where I excel and need to work on my leadership...

Decision Making | Origin: ML147 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

I enjoyed this module. I thought about my participation as a leader but I also thought about how some of my bosses made their decisions during some of our major decision-making meetings.

Implementing Innovation | Origin: ML151 | New comment by Carla Arciniega

I really enjoyed this course, and spent some time looking at the additional resources. Will help me in the planning for new ideas.

Change Management | Origin: ML137 | New comment by Joy Sinclair

Change is incredibly important and necessary for growth in business. You must involve your team in change and be as transparent as possible to ensure you have their trust and buy-in for future...

Change Management | Origin: ML137 | New comment by Stefano Bartoli

Change is never easy but if there is an open line of communication from both employees and employers they have a better chance to make the changes be less fearful and more pleasant for all.

Leading an Effective Team | Origin: ML112 | New comment by Corey Del Pino

Reply to Stefano Bartoli's post: I agree! 

Leading an Effective Team | Origin: ML112 | New comment by Corey Del Pino

This learning module could not have come at a better time for me. I have a fairly large team to manage and where some of my usual tactics have worked, the team needs something fresh. The idea of a...