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Want to build trust? Increase transparency. Increase recognition. Place less emphasis on seniority.
where do leaders even begin?
Leadership today depends on the ability to work effectively across reporting lines. These 8 Portals of Influence allow you to lead without authority.
Leading without relying on authority is a higher evolutionary skill.
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Most crisis plans that are actually completed these days are so complicated and compartmentalized that it defies even the most skillful leader’s abilities to lead effectively. Too many crisis plans focus on external issues and the media rather than providing a simple, sensible, constructive, achievable response strategy. I have advocated for many years the concept of the Grand Strategy to drive crisis response using the Golden Hour metaphor as the driving force.
The conversation around diminishing teacher numbers and the quality of new applicants has been going on for some time. Here's one from 1999! You only have to look at the stock exchange to realise that the brightest flock towards the money and teaching in most OECD countries, doesn't pay enough. Until the shortage of teachers becomes the largest of…
New Zealand has taken a systematic and pragmatic approach to ensuring quality teaching and learning.
What's the key to helping a child born in poverty make it to the middle class? Some say it's good preschool, others say a college diploma. For one advocate, the time to help is at the end of college.
According to a recent Hepi-HEA survey, a mere 37 per cent of British students believe their university experience represents good value for money. There’s always a temptation to blame government austerity, declining course and teaching quality, or any of the other ‘usual suspects’. But in this case, it’s worth resisting.
Universities don’t think of themselves as businesses, but it’s increasingly clear students think of themselves as customers’
One of the benefits of Moodle in the workplace is that it is so much more than a traditional LMS. Moodle was created as a collaborative learning system, long before the term ‘social learning’ became popular. We know that most learning in the workplace is done informally, so we have focused our infographic on how Moodle can be used to support the 70:20:10 learning framework, whereby 70% of learning is through experience, 20% through other people and 10% through formal, structured learning.
"Learning Analytics is the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of data about learners and their contexts, for purposes of understanding and optimizing learning and the environments in which it occurs."
What are the tricks of the trade for motivating yourself? Fortunately, science has the answer to that question.lick here to edit the content
2. Find your passion
We all know that we are much more motivated when we're doing something we actually want to do instead of something that bores or does not interest us.