She’s relevant, hip, influential and inspiration for tattoos. At 85, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, also known as Notorious RBG, is possibly the world’s best known and most powerful advocate for gender parity and the rights of women in the workplace and the world.
In this episode, Dr. Virginia Byrne highlights issues of equity and inclusion in virtual spaces. She explains how teachers can make meaning and create “teacher presence” in asynchronous and synchronous courses.
The COVID-19 crisis has brought into sharp focus many of the challenges facing leaders in times of uncertainty and fear. Much has been written about different leaders’ responses to the pandemic, their many inadequacies and limited successes. Much less has been written about followership in times of crisis like the present one.
In this episode, Dr. Ralph Gigliotti explains the history of crisis in higher education, what has changed since the end of the 2019-2020 school year, and what colleges and universities can expect heading into the new academic year. Ralph recently shared a reflection on crisis with the International Leadership Association community that you can read here. Additionally, click […]
Consumers and employers increasingly are turning to short-term, online alternatives to the college degree, and alternative credential pathways are projected to grow in popularity. To help make sense of this complex issue, we spoke with Paul Freedman, a veteran of innovations in online education and president of the Learning Marketplace at Guild Education, a major player in employer-connected […]
Following the May 25 murder of George Floyd, racial justice has become a vital issue in American workplaces—especially as an adjacent crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic, has destroyed many boundaries between our personal and professional lives. When we’re all taking meetings from our dining room tables, the personal is the professional.