Monthly Archives: May 2016

PSEL: Projecting Leadership (in the Movies of course)

Working Girl One of the most painful pieces of career advice I have received is that I that I needed to bump my wardrobe and makeup options if I wanted people to take me more seriously. I immediately flashed to … Continue reading

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PSEL: Acknowledging “Ugly” Priorities

Conflicting Priorities A concept from Tim Ballet’s presentation on ethics was the idea of conflicting values and priorities and how they complicate thinking about what the “ethical approach” to a problem might be. For instance allowing an employee time off … Continue reading

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Harriet Tubman: Changing Leadership Styles

Way back in April, Maurie Kelly talked about different leadership styles, not so we can pick the one we want, but to understand better what makes sense in a given context. Dr. Kelly pointed out that a democratic leadership style … Continue reading

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