Indeed, as Marshall Goldsmith suggests, “What Got You Here Wont Get You There”, but it is still important to understand that what got you here did get you here. We have become the leaders we are today because of a unique set of varying experiences. We’ve been taught new things, shown the right ways, seen bad ways, been part of amazing teams, struggled at times, been let go, promoted, challenged, led, followed, etc… These all piece together into our own individual leadership journeys.
Sean McDonald's blog
If you the Educause 2013 event in Anaheim this week be sure to check out there great presentors/presentations:
Arin Komins - University of Chicago
The Goldilocks Principle and the Project Manager: Right-Sizing Project Management Methodology
8am on Thurs.
David Burns – University of Texas Austin
Great reminder from Harry Kraemer, professor at Kellogg School of Management, on keeping things simple, shared at MOR's 2012 conference.
A few good reminders from The HR Director, "Top Tips for Talent Management"
- Keep a finger on the pulse
- Create meaningful, exciting jobs
- Encourage personal growth
MOR Associates is very pleased to announce the 2013 IT Leaders Conference in Chicago on June 19-21. The theme of this year’s conference is “The Leadership Challenge of Disruptive Change.” We will cover changes that are already evident in higher education, changes that IT will need to make in response, and the work on self you can do in order to maximize your effectiveness and be the leader you need to be.
Hear from members of the MOR Associates team and past program participants as they give an overview of the Leaders Program and what to expect in the months ahead in this video.