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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Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Alice Sorrell

I hope to learning the clear difference between leading and managing. I think I lead more that manage because a lot of my time is spent directing and actively guiding faculty. My goal is to move to...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Latrice Snowden

I leraned that is is ok to manage and lead depending on the situation.  

Your Leadership Toolkit | Origin: LS105 | New comment by Sharon Richard

Creating a positive environment for problem solving and work on enhancing what works well rather than focusing on what is wrong.  

Participation in CTE Leadership Scale | New discussion by Michelle Conrad

Faculty from the University of Central Missouri, Murray State University, Marshall University, and the University of Nevada – Las Vegas, are collaborating on the development of a CTE Leadership ...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Everett Neely

Leaders create an atmosphere that drives organizational change. 

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Fran Heaston

Leading is important in developing your employees and influecing them in a great way. My result was a leader. I have been working in Career Schools for alomst 30 years. I also know that good...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Fran Heaston

I have learned that you can be a good manager and a good Leader. You need to have solid processes, inspiraton and the abilty to motivate. When both leadership and mangement are combined results...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Catherine Loeper

I am a manager that needs to develop more leadership skills. This will definitely take me out of my comfort zone. 

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Kandy Mills

I have been told I am a "leader" but I do not see it. I think I am more of a "manager" However, now I understand that leaders really do have characteristics of both.    

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by shelia wilson

I see strong leadership qualities in myself.  I also can think back and see my transition over time from manager to leader.