04 août 2017

Le leader moderne doit savoir écouter

Focus RH - Gestion de carrière et évolution professionnellePar Sébastien Biessy. L’armée d’Henry V, débarquée en France depuis plusieurs mois, a déjà connu un long siège, puis trois mois de marche forcée à travers la Normandie et la Picardie. Le froid, la faim, la maladie ont eu raison du moral des troupes. Demain, ils vont affronter les armées fraiches du Roi de France, avec un rapport de un à cinq. Les soldats n’y croient plus, leurs chefs non plus. Plus...

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02 août 2017

Learning to be a leader

University Business LogoFor many community college presidents, the presidency is the culmination of a longstanding career ambition, marked by ceremonies and celebrations. Yet leadership development is a never-ending process of informal and formal learning experiences. More...

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The changing role of university presidents

University Business LogoIf your perception of higher education is that it’s led by aging white males, you’re right. According to a report released this week by the American Council on Education (ACE), the average college president in 2016 was a 62-year-old married white male with a doctorate. More...

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01 août 2017

In the Texas Capitol this year, university leaders' worst fears never materialized

University Business LogoSome of Texas’ top lawmakers entered the 2017 legislative session with big plans to shake up higher education in the state. Instead, their 140 days' worth of work was most notable for what they didn’t do to public universities. More...

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31 juillet 2017

By the numbers: Women in higher ed tech leadership

University Business LogoWomen are underrepresented in technology leadership across all industries, making up just 19 percent of CIOs, according to a 2016 analysis by management consulting firm Korn Ferry. In higher education, the picture’s slightly better, with women accounting for 22 percent of CIOs in 2017—but that’s down from 28 percent in 2016, according to the Center for Higher Education Chief Information Officer Studies. More...

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30 juillet 2017

How can universities hang on to their students?

The Guardian homeWith student retention becoming a priority, universities are seeking out the strategies that work best to bring down drop-out rates. More...

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24 juillet 2017

4 Privileges of Participating in the Leading Change Institute

By Joshua Kim. Are you a graduate of an intensive leadership / professional development institute, program, or experience. More...

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First-Names, Campus Culture, and Institutional Leadership

By Joshua Kim. What do you call your university president?
Are you on a first-name basis with your university president, provost, and deans. More...

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14 juillet 2017

We Don’t Need No Stinking Thought Leaders

HomeDespite Daniel Drezner’s arguments to the contrary, now is not the “worst of times” for public intellectuals, Jonathan Marks argues. More...

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13 juillet 2017

Fighting to Keep Leaders Who Are Academics

HomeBy Colleen Flaherty. Faculty members at the University of Wisconsin at Madison want to kill a state budget proposal that would ban the university system’s Board of Regents from requiring the system president and campus chancellors and vice chancellors be academics themselves. More...

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