Becoming An Educated Leader

Joseph Lalonde

Through the uneducated leader series, you might have begun to realize it’s okay to become a leader without a formal education. Or maybe you’re a leader who once thought everybody needs a formal education. […] The post Becoming An Educated Leader appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Leadership books education hands-on experience mentor mentors uneducated leaders

Leading Without An Education

Joseph Lalonde

Leadership doesn’t require you to obtain a college degree or formal education. This is great news for those leaders who either dropped out of school or chose a different education path. You can lead without an education! Does this excite you as much […] The post Leading Without An Education appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. There are many leaders who never completed college. Some never completed grade school.

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Linda Freeman: Engaging, Educating, Empowering

Lead Change Blog

Educating Others. As a mother of a daughter, I also especially appreciate young women like Destiny and Annabelle being given educational and leadership tools which will be assets as they grow into young adulthood. These inmates and their kids may think they’re making smoothies with bicycle-generated energy, but I know they are making something much more permanent thanks to Linda’s ability to engage, educate, and empower.

The Best Places To Gain An Education Outside Of College

Joseph Lalonde

Even if you’re not formally educated, you can agree education is an important aspect of leading. You can’t do this if you don’t have some kind of education. Whether your education is […] The post The Best Places To Gain An Education Outside Of College appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Leadership books conferences education informal education learning workshops

How to Educate for Success within HR

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Famous Leaders Without A Formal Education

Joseph Lalonde

It’s always a fascinating journey to take a look at famous leaders and see who did or did not have a formal education. Today, we’re going to look at leaders from around the world who did […] The post Famous Leaders Without A Formal Education appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. There are many such leaders and you may be surprised at who skipped out on college and a degree.

Why Formal Education Isn’t Required To Lead

Joseph Lalonde

Education In Leadership. Whether you dropped out of college, are an up-and-coming young leader, or an older employee transitioning into a leadership position, you may be freaking out about your level of education. For years, many businesses have been “requiring” team members to have a minimum level of education. You […] The post Why Formal Education Isn’t Required To Lead appeared first on Joseph Lalonde.

Education and Corporations – A New Partnership

Lead Change Blog

Unfortunately, it appears educational institutions are lagging behind. Moreover, when 3,000 corporate leaders from 25 countries were surveyed as part of General Electric’s Global Innovation Barometer , their top concern was “a need to better align the education system with business needs.” Connecting dots from education to real world. There are numerous reasons to rethink how corporations might engage with educators and help train their future employees.

Why Your Lack Of Education May Be Your Biggest Leadership Strength

Joseph Lalonde

While many potential and current leaders see a lack of education as a weakness, I believe your lack of education can be your biggest strength. You don’t have to be formally educated to lead. Though being educated doesn’t hurt. But […] The post Why Your Lack Of Education May Be Your Biggest Leadership Strength appeared first on Joseph Lalonde. Leadership college debt education mentors risks theory uneducated leaders

Mandela on Education and Change

Kevin Eikenberry

Change Change Leadership Developing Others Influence Leadership Leadership Communication Learning Personal Development Quotations education Nelson Mandela The world lost a great statesman, visionary, leader, and human being yesterday. The work and legacy of Nelson Mandela will be in full view of the world for the rest of history. It is only fitting that I share a quotation from this great man today, about two topics near to my heart, and I’m […].

Education? Innovation? Do – Learn – Do – Learn

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“My work with students and the building project made me curious about further education in business, design, and social impact. Light Your World Self Leadership Books Education leaders youth leadership Posted in Light Your World Self Leadership [link] Aron Solomon introduced me to Victor Saad and that was all it took. Victor has hacked his MBA and learned more than he would have in school. Victor’s Leap Year Project “Masters Program” is the wave of the future.

The Future of Education: Ethical Literacy For Handling Global Complexity

Leading in Context

Complexity Context Ethical Leader Ethical Thinking Trends ethical leader ethical leadership ethics leadership and management leadership development responsible educationBy Linda Fisher Thornton We are not preparing students for success in the world where they will have to live and work. Some of the ways we currently think about "teaching" need to be scrapped and replaced.

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Take Control of Your Business Career with Self-Education

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Complexity and Childhood Education

Leading in Context

We are Beginning to Understand the Kind of Educational Leadership that Prepares Young Students for Success in Our Complex World. Forward-thinking leaders are advocating these educational approaches and roles that lead to creativity, learning, growth and innovation: Complexity Ethical Leader complexity context ethical education ethical leadership ethics leadership and management learning management and leadership

Why is Education So Important?

Strategy Driven

We are told throughout our lives that education is important. It is a privilege to be able to even have an education, so we should be glad about the one we have. So just what is it that education can give us that makes it so important? When you have a good education, you will be able to enjoy many more choices in life. Having a good education behind you will boost your self-confidence in a number of ways: You will know what you can achieve.

Innovating Higher-Education

Mills Scofield

MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses) are a very hot topic in higher education and corporate training. We are in a new age of education, and just leave it our students to make sure they are front and center! Nabeel is pursuing a Master’s in Learning and Technology at the University of Oxford’s Department of Education and is also co-founder of Coursolve.org. BIF Brown University Education Higher-Ed Innovation Leadership Student-Led Education

Responsible Management Education: UN Principles

Leading in Context

What is the Purpose of Management Education? The purpose of management education is obviously to develop capable and responsible managers. But what does that mean? Context Ethical Organization ethical leadership context ethics training global ethics leadership and management leadership development leading ethically in organizations management and leadership

It’s Not A Gap Year! It’s An Education.

Lead Change Blog

Education is learning languages: the languages of words, music, math, art, chemistry, biology, etc. Education is learning paradoxes … and oxymorons. So let me highlight an oxymoron that is damaging our kids’ education: Lifelong Learning and Gap Year. If we truly believe in Lifelong Learning, then we have to believe that Gap Years are not Gaps…and we have to use a [.]

What's wrong with education?

Jason Womack

In the first three minutes of this video, I tell you why I left the public education system. In the rest of the video, I share ways you can make your best.even better. Efficiency/Effectiveness Lectures/Presentations

Real Education

Tony Mayo

A foundation distinction of executive coaching, from a commencement speech by David Foster Wallace?. Share it! For Executive Coaches For Executives Making Meaning

Higher Education: Why Barcelona is Welcoming More Women Scholars

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Starbucks Demonstrates Servant Leadership with Free Education

Modern Servant Leader

Now, the company is taking another huge step in continuing its servant leadership principles by offering free college education to their employees. Featured Servant Leadership College Education Howard Schultz Social Media Starbucks Starbucks has been referred to as a servant leadership company.

Educating Your Audience: The New Way to Build an Audience

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Why Companies Should Pay for Employees to Further Their Education - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM STRATEGIC EDUCATION

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Education? Innovation? Do - Learn - Do - Learn

Mills Scofield

I told my Middle Eastern parents that I wouldn''t be pursuing the traditional routes of doctor, lawyer, or engineer and left home to pursue a degree and work in education. Risk: From students to self-made education. My work with students and the building project made me curious about further education in business, design, and social impact. I was curious: could I create my own education ? Learn: From self-made education to Prototype.

The Changing Landscape Of Education And What It Means For Your Organization With Derek Magill

Joseph Lalonde

In episode 44 of the Answers From Leadership Podcast, Derek and I discuss what the changing landscape of education looks like and what that looks like for organizations today. Our founder, Isaac Moorehouse, he was really interested in education most of his life. Really intested in what could be done to improve the education system. What do you wish you would have known about leadership or education in your early 20’s? About education, it’s two components.

Education Organization Theme

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The Importance of Education in Furthering Your Career

Strategy Driven

Continuing with your education can lead to a more thriving career and financial security. While job experience plays a vital role in the job market, furthering your education gives you better opportunities to advance your career and lead a more comfortable lifestyle. For example, instead of spending around two years to earn your associate degree from a traditional college setting, you can obtain the same degree from online educators within months.

Leadership in Education with Byron Ernest

Kevin Eikenberry

In today’s episode, I’m discussing the importance of leadership in the education sector, with Dr. Byron Ernest. With roles serving on Indiana Education Kitchen Cabinet and the State […]. The post Leadership in Education with Byron Ernest appeared first on Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning.

Deming on Management: Education

Deming Institute

Dr. Deming was an educator for many years. I think this quote provides excellent insight into Deming’s ideas on education (from What Ought a School of Business Teach?, David worked with Dr. Deming and has worked to apply Dr. Deming’s ideas in education around the world for decades. David’s initial efforts took place at Mount Edgecumbe High School, in Sitka, Alaska: Deming’s Ideas Applied in High School Education. How to Improve the Education System.

Finding Executive Education Courses that Provide Networking Opportunities

Great Leadership By Dan

By Richard Moy Reprinted with permission If you are searching for an executive-education course that will foster networking opportunities in addition to the actionable knowledge you are seeking to build, ask yourself these three questions as you sort through all your options. Typical executive education courses operate on some combination of lectures, exercises, and an interactive group-based learning environment. executive education networking

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It's Not A Gap Year! It's An Education.

Mills Scofield

Education is learning languages: the languages of words, music, math, art, chemistry, biology, etc. Education is learning paradoxes … and oxymorons. So let me highlight an oxymoron that is damaging our kids’ education: Lifelong Learning and Gap Year. Just as our educational system is in need of transformation, K-16+, our language to describe education, its forms, types, curriculum, need to change as well.

America's Education Gap

Coaching Tip

The so-called skills gap is really a gap in education , and that affects all of us. Nearly six million factory jobs, almost a third of the entire manufacturing industry, have disappeared since 2000. And while many of these jobs were lost to competition with low-wage countries, even more vanished because of computer-driven machinery that can do the work of 10, or in some cases, 100 workers.

What's the real value of higher education?

Coaching Tip

Despite the increasing costs—and the claims about a shortage of college graduates—the number of people attending and graduating from four-year educational institutions keeps going up. Some people believe that online learning will provide a viable low-cost alternative to a live-in college education. Another approach is to direct more students and resources to two-year community colleges and other educational institutions that cost less than four-year colleges.

Creative Education? Feel free to Steal Ideas

Mills Scofield

Brown University Creative Scholars Creativity Education JCDSRI K-12 Leadership How can you make school more creative ? It''s not that hard and doesn''t take a lot of money. but it does take commitment and the impact is huge. Here''s how one small school went about doing it. They made. A commitment. Space. Funds (not a lot) available. Teachers free to try. Feel free to take any and all of these ideas! And contact them with questions. Thank you Creative Scholars for sharing this!

Educational Entrepreneurship – A Conversation with Pamela Price

Survive Your Promotion

Accelerating at a pace that many CEOs dream of for their corporations, homeschooling is the fastest-growing form of education in America. From 1999 to 2007, the number of homeschooled students increased by 74% according to the National Center for Education Statistics (2007 is the most recent data they have) and now includes about 4% of school-aged kids in the United States.

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How Educators Can Accommodate Varied Learning Styles

Strategy Driven

Those who are educators will know that there are varied different learning styles and that to reach the understanding of your whole group; you need to be able to tap into each style equally. For educators to accommodate these learners, it’s also a good idea to implement the use of podcasts in your sessions. Training and education in the workplace or classroom, is best achieved by catering to every individual personally.

Puns for Educated Minds

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The fattest knight at King Arthur’s round table was Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much pi. I thought I saw an eye-doctor on an Alaskan island, but it turned out to be an optical Aleutian. She was only a whiskey-maker, but he loved her still. A [.]. Bob's blog entries

How AI and Data Could Personalize Higher Education

Harvard Business

Education Technology Educational Institutions Digital ArticleStudents learn better when learning is tailored to them.

Education: Key public and private investment choice for the coming administration

CEO Insider

License and Republishing: The views expressed in this article Education: Key public and private investment choice for the coming administration are those of the author Michael R. The next four years will determine where and how all the accumulated economic resources will be spent. The decisions will affect those suffering from rainy days to come. Targeted spending will sow seeds for innovation, technology, and the pursuit of happiness.

Education is Leadership; Leadership is Education

Steve Farber

On Sunday morning I talked with Courtney Dwyer of San Diego’s CW channel 6 about education, leadership, and using one to re-energize the other–and about the Re-Energize Education event this coming Thursday night. If you’re passionate about education (and in San Diego on Thursday), it’s not too late to register to join us for this phenomenal evening.

How Companies and Governments Can Advance Employee Education

Harvard Business

Education Business education Technology Digital ArticleAdvice for organizers, speakers, and attendees.

Integrating the Science of How We Learn into Education Technology

Harvard Business

Education Technology Educational Institutions Digital ArticleStudents learn best when they aren’t challenged too much or too little.