Change is a constant in field of education.  The ability to plan strategically is critical if one is going to be competitive and contemporary in today’s environment. 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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Applying Innovation | New blog by April Grant

I plan to use the information I learned in my current role with helping to develop and understand the steps to create innovative curriculum that students will enjoy and engage with. 

thinking | New blog by Darlene Blanding

be open minded. ask open ended question. take time to think and resolve.

Creative Ability | New blog by Darlene Blanding

Be open to yourself and others

Innovation | New discussion by Gerald Scott

Look to develop new methods to encourage innovated thinking. 

practices to avoid | New blog by Darlene Blanding

Always find a way to think positively and overcome obstacles

problem analysis | New blog by Darlene Blanding

gather, idenify, take action, and follow up

Solutions | New blog by Amy Lord

Not to focus on a solution but first identify the problem so you know you are finding the right solution.

What I learned | New blog by Kelli Moffitt

Follow the given guidlines will be more sucessful

Strategic Thinking | New blog by Candace Goodwin

Beginning with a Growth Mindset is important in any process. M- I can learn from my mistakes I - I can improve by working hard N - I will never give up D- I am determined to do my best S- Self-re...

Problem solving group size | New comment by Erik Bachelle

Working as a group when schools are closed can especially challenge the foundation of having a meeting in a school building.  Thanks to ZOOM and Google hangout, there are opportunitites to stay...