AAL’s president and The 9 Virtues of Exceptional Leaders: Unlocking Your Leadership Potential co-author, Dr. Karl Haden, examines organizational culture and the leadership behaviors that contribute to virtuous corporate cultures.
How is the "purpose-driven organization" an expression of virtuous leadership? Listen as AAL’s President and The9 Virtues of Exceptional Leaders: Unlocking Your Leadership Potential co-author, Dr. Karl Haden, discusses the practical difference that virtuous leadership makes—both in our collective history and for today’s leaders.
AAL’s Senior Fellow and The 9 Virtues of Exception Leaders: Unlocking Your Leadership Potential co-author, Professor Rob Jenkins, continues AAL’s Leadcast conversation about perseverance. He tells us there are two opposites of perseverance and explains the important role of humility.
In this, the first of two Leadcasts on the topic of perseverance, AAL’s president and The 9 Virtues of Exception Leaders: Unlocking Your Leadership Potential co-author, Dr. Karl Haden, ponders the virtue of perseverance. Most leaders know how to persevere, but what can leaders do to help themselves recognize when it’s time to stop?
AAL’s Senior Fellow and The 9 Virtues of Exception Leaders: Unlocking Your Leadership Potential co-author, Professor Rob Jenkins, defines the essence of virtuous leadership (on and off the basketball court).
The strategic plan is the cornerstone to effective institutional management. Dr. Jim Galbally, AAL Senior Consultant and President of The Galbally Group--which provides strategic and operational counsel to colleges and universities--comments on the disconnections that can exist between budgeting, resource allocations, and effective planning outcomes.
Dr. Matthew Poslusny, Senior Vice President and Provost of Meredith College, discusses the new role of the chief academic officer. How can that individual become an active enabler of change and not just an observer?
Professor Joe Morrow, Associate Dean for Management at the UT-Houston School of Dentistry, explains what to do if there is no monetary return on investment (ROI) of people or equipment in higher education, and why the answer to those project requests is not always no.
Dr. James F. Galbally, Jr., AAL Senior Consultant and President of the Galbally Group, examines the current business model of higher education, the one that most of our institutions employ in charting financial futures. Is it sustainable? What should be changed?
Dr. Jo Allen, president of Meredith College, provides her insights on whether she sees institutional governance changing as colleges adopt new ways of doing things in response to external financial issues.
Dr. Matthew Poslusny, Senior Vice President and Provost of Meredith College, discusses how a chief academic officer (CAO) communicates with a board and faculty about academics and economics. He explains the role a chief financial officer (CFO) plays in facilitating these important discussions.
Dr. Jo Allen, President of Meredith College, provides her thoughts on what she believes our institutions will look like in 25 years, and how we should view the impact of our actions on the long-term viability of our higher education institutions.
Dr. Jo Allen, President of Meredith College, examines the roles, responsibilities, and relationships of a president and chief academic officer in designing, developing, and implementing an institution’s program of effective change management.