Given the work MOR does, my reflection often explores the connections between relationships and results. Two household names highlight this connection for me in Paul Revere and Rosa Parks.
Sean McDonald's blog
We recently hosted panels where 23 CIOs shared their insights. Here are the six main themes we heard time and again throughout those remarks.
Forgiveness begins with awareness and acknowledgement of where we’ve been and evolves to our aim and action to advance toward the desired future.
This past summer, nearly 1,200 alumni from across MOR’s leadership development programs responded to our survey invitations and shared, amongst other things, how their MOR experiences have proven helpful during the pandemic and what they were prioritizing over the next six months. Your feedback is a gift, and we thank everyone who took the time to respond. At MOR, we are committed to supporting our alumni in your lifelong leadership journey. The insight provided by this survey is enabling MOR to craft a variety of new and evolved solutions to help you best meet the challenges of these times.
As we begin the uncertainty of the fall semester, what can you do to give your team even a little more predictability and control? What can you do to more fully show care for your team members who care so deeply for your institution? In the words of Arthur Ashe, start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.
How can each of us move the dial a bit on systematic racism? Inspiration and lessons from changing the "whitelist" and "blacklist."
At MOR we believe Black lives matter. We need leaders who can help us through these painful and challenging times.
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is from Sean McDonald, Vice-President of MOR Associates. Sean may be reached at email@example.com.]
At MOR Associates, we provide a platform upon which leaders take their leadership abilities to the next level, to up their game. This paper sets out to outline what ‘game changer’ has meant for our clients, and what, within the experience they have with MOR, creates this outcome.
Even with good intent ‘receiving’ participants upon their return can be extremely challenging. In an effort to provide some practical advice we interviewed Laura Patterson, recently retired CIO of the University of Michigan, and Casey Gordon, the CIO at the College of St Benedict and Saint John’s University in Minnesota.