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. 


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Your Leadership Legacy | Origin: LS104 | New comment by Anita Mork

I've learned more about the importance of creating a good leadership leagacy statement that reflects who I am as a leader.  I have a better understanding of the challenges faced by higher...

Your Leadership Legacy | Origin: LS104 | New comment by Deborah Porter

I enjoyed William Bowen interview so much that I went to youtube and watched Part 1 & Part 2 of the whole interview.  I found it interesting how higher education has impacted our society and...

Your Leadership Impact | Origin: LS103 | New comment by Anita Mork

I've learned the importance of considering all three elements of successful leadership and how they interact to achieve a goal.  

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Aileen Paez

in higher education it is necessary to be both. There are policies that need to be followed to stay compliant, but the ever changing education and healthcare field the need for leadership is very...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Lori Nichols

I learned that being a top performer doesn't always translate to being a good manager or leader. I also appreciated the examples when a role calls for both management AND leadership -- while other...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Alberto Vasquez

Reply to James Scheu's post: Nuances is correct. This lesson is helping me identify some of those nuances that are required of a leader and manager. Looking back on some major projects, I see it with...

Your Leadership Legacy | Origin: LS104 | New comment by Terry Brennan

This was an interesting module. You really have to dive deep to figure out what you want your legacy to be. I love the process of reflection as it helps me to become a better leader. I was able to...

How Do You Lead? |Origin: LS102 | New comment by Joyce Hovermale

I definitely bend towards leadership by consensus.  This is great when everyone is steering in the same direction—not so much when they aren’t.  My challenge is also inspiring...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Joyce Hovermale

While some people seem to be natural born leaders or managers, it is a comfort to know that we can all learn to improve.  I assumed that leaders and managers were all one in the same, but a...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Mae Dorado

Managers don't always make good leaders.  Something I take to heart over the past 20 years of teaching, mentoring and managing in my various positions.  You need to practice what you...