Tag Archive: Leadership

Oct 29

Leveraging the Investment in Online Education: A Workshop for Campus Leaders


Blogging the Online Learning Consortium International Conference 2014 Presenters: Mary Niemic, Dylan Barth, and Laura Pedrick Interesting Notes New term: Nanodegrees. In the context of the different types of online learning – MOOCs, self-paced, competency based, credit, certificates, degrees, modules, etc. Report: Online College Students 2014 (from LearningHouse). Reputation, price, credit transferability, and job credibility are …

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Aug 22

Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy

Bill Colwell shared this Leadership Lessons from Dancing Guy video in a worship/inspiration today in our Leadership and Learning Group meeting. I thought you might find it interesting as well! A leader needs the guts to stand alone and look ridiculous. But what he’s doing is so simple, it’s almost instructional. This is key. You …

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Nov 03

Trickle-Up Leadership

Here’s an interesting article about leading up. I’m posting it here so I can find it again. Trickle Up Leadership published in Fast Company “If people are too intimidated or too reluctant to help their leaders lead, their leaders will fail,” says Michael Useem, the author of a new book about how you can take …

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Jul 06

AU Higher Ed Study Tour

Andrews Leadership & Ed Admin students, if you didn’t get to go on the Higher Ed study tour this past spring, you might want to check out the blog from the trip to see what you missed. Great pictures and news articles about the trip!

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Mar 10

The Logic of Theoretical Frameworks

Last week I attended some sessions by Gary Stager at the MACUL Conference. I blogged them both: 10 Things to Do with Laptops and Digital Democracy. While listening to the closing keynote, I also skimmed some of the articles on Stager’s website: particularly his critiques of Daniel Pink and Thomas Friedman‘s popular books. These ideas …

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Jul 11

Leadership Practice

Today’s inventory is the Leadership Practice Inventory. There are five areas of a good leader. The results help us know how we need to improve. Model the Way Book suggestion: Let My People Go Surfing Find your voice by clarifying your personal values Set the example by aligning actions with shared values Inspire a Shared …

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Jul 10

Why I’m in the Leadership Program Part 2

This morning we learned about the philosophy of the Leadership and Educational Administration department. These are the main concepts and they fit my own core values very well. A Christian worldview is fundamental Human dignity and moral well-being must be protected Knowledge is socially constructed Learning is not hierarchical Change is inevitable Servant-leadership is the …

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Jul 09

Leadership and the New Science

Here are some notes & thoughts on reading Leadership and the New Science. Google has this book in it’s Books feature, so you can skim through it if you want to check it out before buying it or getting it from your local library. Social Networking & Blogging It’s amazing to me how much this …

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