Posts Tagged ‘leadership vs management’

library leadership

Library Leadership Your Way

https://www.alastore.ala.org/content/library-leadership-your-way

core issues

  • discovering why you want to lead;
  • research findings on the five most desirable traits in library leaders;
  • wrestling with the constraints of organizational culture;
  • a tour of practical leadership models such as Theory Z, Situational Leadership, Transformational Leadership, and emotional intelligence;
  • how to develop habits that will bolster your confidence through inevitable moments of doubt;
  • cultivating a “people first, mission always” mentality;
  • self-care for leaders; and
  • living out your unique leadership vision through goal setting, self-evaluation, and other key steps.

The University Admissions Scandal

What’s at the Core of the University Admissions Scandal

By Betsy Corcoran     Mar 13, 2019

https://www.edsurge.com/news/2019-03-13-what-s-at-the-core-of-the-university-admissions-scandal

The Rise Fund is committed to achieving social and environmental impact alongside competitive financial returns.”

We all say that “leadership matters.” But only after I began leading a team and a company did I realize how deeply the actions and statements of a leader matter. Organizations echo and amplify the strengths and weaknesses of the people in charge. Leaders set a tone for the company.

The credibility of an organization reflects the credibility of its leader. That’s frightening power. And so everyone who works for an organization or group should demand that leaders put the broader good ahead of what has become known as “privilege.”

 

academic administrator parle

Administration 101: 4 Phrases Academic Administrators Should Never Say

JANUARY 02, 2019
https://www.chronicle.com/article/Administration-101-4-Phrases/245364

why my previous column in the Admin 101 series, “5 Phrases Every Academic Leader Should Know,”

“I’m just so busy/I work so hard.”

“The previous leader did it wrong.”

“Back at my old school we did it differently/better.”

“#&^$*@!””

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more on ed leadership in this IMS blog
http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=edad+leadership