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 Janice Floyd

I lead and manage when needed.  

How Do You Lead? |Origin: LS102 | New comment by Angela Watkins

While I've always been drawn to leadership positions, I learned that leadership isn't just from personality.  

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Angela Watkins

This course made me aware of the sublte nuences between "manager" and "leader" and how those words can be misleading in job descriptions. I have also gotten clearer on my own style in both...

Your Leadership Legacy | Origin: LS104 | New comment by Virginia Hanson

Learning new strategies!  

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

Based on this lesson I learned that I possess both management and leadership characteristics. I use both to support my team, students, and the educational program.  

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by David McCreight

I fall into the leader category. Through my career, I believe in developing a strong team and leading them successfully to the departments common goals. In any organization, it is imperative to have...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Patricia Gonzalez

I feel that I have a little of both.  

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Guadalupe Hernandez

I feel that I am more of a leader.  However, I also manage most of the time.  But still a stronger leader than a manager.  

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Terhan Freeman

I feel that I lead by example and manage within my leadership abilities. 

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Maryjo Marvin-Dixon

Hello,   I tend to be more of a leader than a manager. But I'm capable of both. I just prefer to inspire people to attain a goal rather than making sure the goal is obtained. The course makes...