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Five female firsts in higher education leadership

Five female firsts in higher education leadership | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
Appointment of first black female university leader is watershed moment
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Digital Literacy for 21st Century Leadership in Higher Education

My keynote slides from the Student Affairs Technology UnConference in Boston (#SAtechBOS) on July 31st, 2014.
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Some great ideas and resources in this presso

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Great Leadership Starts with Mindset Not Skillset - George Ambler

Great Leadership Starts with Mindset Not Skillset - George Ambler | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
Leadership begins with mindset. What is mindset you may ask? Mindset refers to the ideas, beliefs and attitudes with which a leader approaches a situation. Thus mindsets are the foundation of great leadership, as mindset forms the basis for action.
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Human Resources, Learning, and Leadership: Our Ten Predictions for 2014

Human Resources, Learning, and Leadership: Our Ten Predictions for 2014 | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
The Bersin by Deloitte Analyst Blog
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Some interesting predictions here about talent development and retention in 2014.
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Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions: 10 Tips for Doing it Right

Feedback is the Breakfast of Champions: 10 Tips for Doing it Right | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
Whether from bosses, spouses or friends, it’s not easy to hear about our shortcomings. And letting others know how they can do better is almost as uncomfortable. Feedback can stir up all kinds of
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Giving and receiving feedback well are critical skills in any workplace and this article plus the ensuing commentary provide some valuable insights.

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First-Time Managers: "It’s Not Me, It’s You" | Leadership | Training Industry

First-Time Managers: "It’s Not Me, It’s You" | Leadership | Training Industry | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
Training Industry is your complete resource for training companies, products, services, and technologies for IT, Sales, Leadership, Finance, Healthcare, and On Line Colleges and Universities.
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Overhauling Higher Ed, Part I: Why Do We Still Need Universities, Anyway? - Futurist.com: Futurist Speaker Glen Hiemstra

By Sara Robinson Americans share a broad understanding that their educational system is overdue for a major overhaul.
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The future of the university is put under the microscope in the first of a two part scrutiny.   Very relevant and timely food for thought in the current HE environment!

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What are the best companies for leadership?

What are the best companies for leadership? | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
Curious to see who made the list and how they got there?
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No Universities featured!! Interesting what these companies do to encourage leadership.
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Are you a thought leader?

Are you a thought leader? | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
Ask.com says that a thought leader is an individual or firm that is recognized as an authority in a specialized field and whose expertise is sought and often rewarded.

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John Lasschuit ®™'s comment, August 20, 2013 3:09 PM
I think I am on certain subjects.
Paul Grout's curator insight, August 23, 2013 2:51 AM

This is an excellent article which I am sure many people can connect to. I totally agree with the concept with what you focus on is what you become. Strong enthusiasm and willpower is great to get started with our missions to serve the world. My concern is that if we keep pushing ourselves without enjoying the process we can may start to become lost in the field of 'wanting' and not doing. We are all creative machines who desire passion and purpose in what we do. So I believe that willpower is much more effective when we create a underlining purpose which gives us the passion keep on track to achieve the goal with flow. Focus is very important. What helps me stay on track of my mission to help people find their creative flow is to ensure I have a healthy balance for work and play. For example, I normally get my best ideas when I relax and dedicate time for fun. I am certainly going to share this article with my community. Thank you http://creativeflowevolution.com

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Failure analysis

Failure analysis | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
The philosopher and educational reformer John Dewey argued in 1933 that “failure is not mere failure.
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The Authenticity Paradox

The Authenticity Paradox | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
Why feeling like a fake can be a sign of growth
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Good article which addresses the tensions inherent in stepping up to new leadership roles.

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Janita Keating's curator insight, March 23, 2016 11:50 PM

Good article which addresses the tensions inherent in stepping up to new leadership roles.

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7 Pillars Of Digital Leadership In Education

7 Pillars Of Digital Leadership In Education | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
7 Pillars Of Digital Leadership In Education

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Are scholars or executives best suited to lead universities?

Are scholars or executives best suited to lead universities? | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
Headhunters Odgers Berndtson ask if academics have the business skills necessary to run a university
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Interesting question!!

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Lost leaders – Women in the global academy - University World News

Lost leaders – Women in the global academy - University World News | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
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Are women dismissing leadership as a career option in Tertiary Education?

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Connected leadership | Harold Jarche

Connected leadership | Harold Jarche | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
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I love the idea of loose hierarchies and strong networks and this blog provides lots of food for thought.

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Collegiality: The Cornerstone of a University (and a Profession) | Faculty Focus

Collegiality: The Cornerstone of a University (and a Profession) | Faculty Focus | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
A department chair can take proactive steps to stem the tide of non-collegiality by recognizing its telltale signs in the department:
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Antony Bell on Developing Leaders

Antony Bell on Developing Leaders | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
Antony Bell, CEO, of Leadership Development, Inc. illustrates the importance of developing leaders.
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A simple but powerful demonstration of why we need to focus on leadership development.
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Anonymous v-c: true leadership requires self-sacrifice

Anonymous v-c: true leadership requires self-sacrifice | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
If the line you have drawn in the sand is crossed, resign
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"To be a good vice chancellor, you have to be prepared to stop being a vice chancellor" !!  

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Five Leadership Milestones to Set and Reach

Five Leadership Milestones to Set and Reach | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
In our personal lives, when we plan a driving trip, look at a map, or follow directions someone gave us, we look for and value landmarks along our way. They give us confidence in our progress and s...
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I like the metaphor of leadership as a journey and often we find ourselves travelling without a map !!

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, September 8, 2013 8:14 PM

Thanks Trish, great post.

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[Infographic] Leadership Qualities | Leadership In Action

[Infographic] Leadership Qualities | Leadership In Action | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
We put together an infographic that describes some leadership qualities that can be developed and put in your own "skills" filing cabinet. Text body Click on
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Slowly Radical | Vice-Chancellor’s blog | University of Salford - A Greater Manchester University

Slowly Radical | Vice-Chancellor’s blog | University of Salford - A Greater Manchester University | Leadership in Tertiary Education | Scoop.it
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I decided that I actually liked this critical reflection after reading it twice and slowly!! "               If we are overwhelmed by “structural impatience” -  instant learning, immediate feedback and the myth that rapid change is always radical and progressive – then we will miss the opportunity of understanding the deeper complexity and implications of current directions".

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