Higher Education Leadership Certificate Resources
Tips for Leading Millennials - Infographic
Millennials – those born approximately between 1982 and 2004 – are increasingly dominating today’s workforce. Forbes estimates millennials will account for as much as 75 percent of the workforce by 2030.1
6 Ways to Motivate Employees - Infographic
Only a third of U.S. workers consider themselves “engaged” while at work. Employers hoping to remain competitive in today’s fast-paced business environment will have to overcome this obstacle. Employees lacking a sense of engagement can undermine the bottom line with poor productivity and low morale. However, research shows employees who feel valued, trusted and engaged tend to work harder and feel connected to an organization’s success.
4 In-Demand Leadership Careers
The complex and dynamic landscape of today’s workplace requires thoughtful and flexible leaders. Lewis University’s Master's degree in Organizational Leadership (MAOL) lets you begin or advance your career in the face to today’s workplace challenges.
Top 5 Organizational Leadership Skills Leaders Need
Though advancing employees with leadership skills is essential for the future success of a business, a recent survey shows more than half of businesses lack employees with the ability to lead. Read the five organizational leadership skills that leaders need to succeed in today's business world.
Building a High Performance Team
Despite how skilled an employee is in a particular area, there's simply no substitute for the power of a team. Collaboration offers many benefits for both employees and the company, including a stronger sense of camaraderie, improved productivity and higher quality results. Use the below tips for building a high-performance team.
More Than One Way to Lead: An Examination of Leadership Styles
It is widely known that leadership is a quality beyond management. It is a skill that enables one to influence people and inspires them to do their best. There are several types of leadership styles, but few, if indeed any, are appropriate for all settings and situations. Three general leadership styles discussed here are the autocratic, consultative, and democratic approaches.