Institutional excellence is a result of exemplary leadership. This group is for those currently serving in leadership roles or those who aspire to lead. Group members engage in self-awareness and self-reflection, and discuss the leadership skills necessary to maximize performance outcomes. Members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe. 


Join Group

This Way to Leadership | Origin: LS106 | New comment by donald tharpe

I think some pieces were missing from this training via the modules. I learned from what was available. Thank you.   

Your Leadership Toolkit | Origin: LS105 | New comment by DAVE PALMER

I HAVE LEARNED HOW TO IDENTIFIED MY STRENGHT AND WEAKNESS.

Your Leadership Legacy | Origin: LS104 | New comment by Brittney Williams

This was a very informative session whereby I learned how to develop my Leadership Legacy--reflect, find the themes, and write a statement. I'd never considered the idea of narrating my legacy at...

Your Leadership Legacy | Origin: LS104 | New comment by Lisa Trevisanello

Reply to David Mora's post: someone else's quote I saw recently that applies to this is to "start with the end in mind"

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Matthew Berriman

I learned the importance of both managing the classroom and leading the class participants  

How Do You Lead? |Origin: LS102 | New comment by Michael Bard

I learned more about myself and various leadership styles!!

Your Leadership Impact | Origin: LS103 | New comment by donald tharpe

I am learning that a leader can be anyone but a manager is typically someone in a hired role. Leaders have a certain characteristic not a job title. 

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Shahram Bakhtiari

Leadership gives sight, shows goals and motivates the team to get to the goal. Management is the skill of executing the leadership advice to get to the goal.   

Your Leadership Impact | Origin: LS103 | New comment by Joseph Hlavin

I learned about followership as essential to leadership. Greenleaf's work is very close to my leardership style.