These leaders are highly proactive, strategic, and focused on improvement and human potential.
People who wear their “busyness” as a badge of honor are often scattered, disorganized, and not nearly as effective as they could be.
If you think that your supervisor or other members of the leadership team on your campus don’t listen to what you have to say, don’t get discouraged.
It’s very common for new managers to lack assertiveness because they are overly focused on avoiding the spotlight and making everyone comfortable.
When two higher ed. leaders have difficulty communicating and working together, it almost always stems from the same pattern…
Instead of being victimized by someone you don’t respect, you take charge of your life.
Months had passed, and instead of making improvements, she hadn’t changed her behavior and felt like a failure.
"I have been going out of my way to show appreciation and try to make them want to be more engaged, but I am not seeing any improvements."