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 Mary Kay Wolfe

I learned that I have both qualities as a manager and leader.  One area that stuck out was the statement regarding spending more time & attention on weaker performers vs. top...

Your Leadership Impact | Origin: LS103 | New comment by Cheryl Rojas

the connection between leaders, followers, and the situation.  

Your Leadership Legacy | Origin: LS104 | New comment by Toni Chamberlain

We should consider our leadership legacy a work in progress so that we leave the field of education enriched and more developed due to our contributions. 

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Amy Marchese

I learned I am more of a leader than a manager.

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Sherri Moore

There are key attibutes for both leaders and managers. This lesson focused on those areas and allowed me the opportunity to access my skill set and determine where I stand.  

How Do You Lead? |Origin: LS102 | New comment by Shauna Phillips

Learning about the various leadership style and finding myself in each one, good and bad,  has been very enlightening.   

Your Leadership Toolkit | Origin: LS105 | New comment by Patrick Church

Ilearned that I should listen more closely to what others have to say. The flexiibility that allows others to help achieve the leadership goals as well as their own goals and growth within a team is...

How Do You Lead? |Origin: LS102 | New comment by Patrick Church

Leadership qualities change as the demands of the job changes. Being empathetic and adaptable is important but having a firm resolve to do what needs to be done and get your team to buy into the...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Amie Muldong

I am the lead of two Learning Communities from the university where I work for the last twelve years. I consider myself both depending on the situation and the People that I am working with. I lead...

Do You Manage Or Lead? | Origin: LS101 | New comment by Shannah Franklin

I learned the difference between a leader and manager. I now know that I am more of a leader then a manager. I plan to work on this and become both.