What can we learn from the model of Kamala Harris' first 100 days in office and how can we think about our next 100 days as a leader?
Enrollments will decrease, with revenue decline for most. Our mix of students will also change. Rising to the “Balcony” will present opportunity.
I have relied on these five tools that help me consistently do hard things. I hope they are helpful to you too.
We recently hosted panels where 23 CIOs shared their insights. Here are the six main themes we heard time and again throughout those remarks.
The core is to create inclusive environments where people belong and thrive, diversity is appreciated, and empathy is part of the culture.
MOR Associates suggests a framework for enhancing our Virtual Presence. The 5As: Aware – Appear – Active – Articulate – Authentic.
Adaptability is core for success and entails having flexibility to handle change, balance multiple demands, and bring fresh ideas to new situations.
Some things I hope are helpful to those who don’t feel very confident and can get anxious or uncomfortable in new and challenging situations.
If you repeat an activity, even if it makes you anxious, it will eventually result in a sense of accomplishment and empowerment. How do you begin?
Inclusion is an act liberation. When all contributions are welcomed, communities grow. And inclusion enables voice, perhaps the greatest gift of all.