Dear Friends, I hope this finds you all happy, healthy, and hopeful as we near the end of this year of uncertainty. And what a year this has been! We have learned how to work remotely, wear face masks, socially distance, and avoid groups and gatherings—even with our own family members. It seems as if… Read More
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Faculty Corner: Leaders Create Meaning by Dr. Judy Morley
How are you doing with the state of the world? Have you taken time to stop and reflect? This year has not been easy. It feels like the universe is trying to tell us something. And the truth is, it is. Everything happens for a reason. I think most people believe that—but many of us… Read More
What’s New for You? Credly Badges!
We partnered with Credly to provide badges to all participants! Credly is the digital form of the old school paper printed “Certificate of Achievement.” Credly is helping to lead the way with digital credentials that communicate what you have learned and achieved and the capabilities you have gained. Your badge gives you an avenue for sharing… Read More
We’re In This Together
Dear Friends, I’ve been thinking about you as we all travel through this rapidly changing, stressful environment. I trust this finds you healthy, happy, and hopeful! If you’ve attended our leadership development programs, you already know how passionate I am about effective communication. I owe my ability to overcome adversity in the past to it. Well, now… Read More
How Do You Handle Adversity?
By Steve Wiley Several years ago, a colleague introduced me to a fundamental leadership concept that completely changed how I manage adversities. The CORE model, developed by Paul Stoltz, has helped me deal with setbacks as small as losing my keys (a near-daily occurrence) to more significant disruptions like the 2008 economic collapse or our… Read More
By Dave Cooper Have you ever wondered why there are so many different types, or schools, of leadership? Servant, transformational, authentic, adaptive, mindful, participative, situational, and so on — as many schools of leadership as there are authors looking to make a name (not to mention a buck or two) for themselves. Is leadership really… Read More