Imagine if all the people who have been through a MOR leadership experience within your university could form a cohesive community of change agents.
Looking back at lessons learned is powerful. Three basic ingredients leadership emerged from my perspective: self-awareness, curiosity, and courage.
It’s halfway through 2022, and the cusp of the summer solstice. Just as there is a rhythm to nature, we too can practice consistency in our lives.
What contributed to my current success won't ensure continued success. That's simultaneously counter-intuitive, disorienting, and empowering.
I have a standing monthly meetings on my calendar, where I spend one hour to focus on my priorities in the coming month. I ask myself…
John and Terri both needed to develop new capabilities to advance in their careers. Terri could use more of what John had and vice versa.
This week we share four MOR program participants reflections. May these be an inspiration and reminder of how you can lead from where you are.
Good intentions are no better than wishful thinking without specific actions that can turn them into a repeated practice. Practices are the bridge between our aspirations and our attaining these desired changes in our behavior.
Some messages early life held me back from reaching my potential. They were because my actions were taking people out of their comfort zones.
Most feedback can be broadly categorized into three categories. Affirmative feedback, constructive feedback, and critical feedback.