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by Lacy Lusk, from SHRM.org. 10/28/2016
The Chicago Cubs haven’t won the World Series since 1908 and the Cleveland Indians haven’t since 1948. One of these teams will win it all this year and will have a manager to thank. Companies everywhere can learn from the dugout leadership of Joe Maddon in Chicago and Terry Francona in Cleveland. The managers share common traits that can translate into success in other industries.
by Mercedes Chacon Vance, 10/27/2016
Mentoring has long been essential to personal and professional development. It increases one’s likelihood of career success. Mentoring can be a more fundamental part of broader leadership development, whether in support of faculty transitioning into administrative roles or career administrators moving into higher echelons of responsibility.
by Andrew Hibel, 10/25/2016
The role of an associate dean can encompass responsibilities from academic leadership to faculty development to college representation. As the associate dean position is constantly evolving, we spoke to Linda Hadley, dean at D. Abbott Turner College of Business. Below, Hadley shares insights about the associate dean role and about the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Associate Dean’s Conference.
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