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Nov
11

Leader in the Field- Rachel Hetrick

Nominated by: Scott Gavin-Wisniewski Rachel fits the mold of several different leadership models. A community volunteer a lead by example, selfless cheerleader who motivates our team by developing trust and demonstrating vulnerability. Someone that everyone on the team can rally around and emulate. Rowing can be a difficult sport to lead because of its intense […]

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Nov
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Nov
04

HOW TO LEAD YOUR TEAM THROUGH ELECTION STRESS

Politics likely has your teams more keyed up than usual this year. Ignoring it is futile, and potentially counterproductive. But it can be managed.

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Oct
30

NLI Brand Awareness winner

Librada Wharton is the winner of a $25 Amazon gift card for participating in our NLI Brand Awareness contest. Click here to view the results of the NLI Brand Awareness Survey.

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Oct
24

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP DAY

Women on the Move—JPMorgan Chase’s initiative to fuel female ambition and advance financial equality—hosts Women’s Leadership Day each year. Designed to inspire and empower women, it covers topics like career development, financial health and the importance of well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s never been more important to inspire the next generation of female leaders […]

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Oct
24

Today’s Leaders Need Vulnerability, Not Bravado

Few myths are as pervasive as the notion that leaders ought to appear tough and confident. Or at least, that was the case prior to the current pandemic, which has exposed the many weaknesses of forceful, dominant leaders and highlighted the superiority of those who have the courage to reveal their vulnerabilities.

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Oct
06

How Leadership Educators Can Partner with College Athletics Departments

In this episode, NCAA Director of Leadership Development DeeDee Merritt explains what current leadership programs are doing for student-athletes and how leadership educators can partner to support sports programs on campus.  

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Oct
02

Why Crisis Leadership Can be a Missed Opportunity for Change

The COVID-19 pandemic has put countries, organizations, and people in “survival mode”. Worldwide, leaders of nations, public institutions, and private organizations are still navigating through this crisis in a variety of ways. The coronavirus has urged governments and other types of organizations to take brisk measures to minimize damage in terms of the spread of […]

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