On any given weekend, can you be found volunteering at the local children’s hospital, delivering meals to seniors, fundraising for arts curriculum, or petitioning for environmental preservation? Would you like to spend more than just your free time on something … Continue reading 6 Leadership Careers That Will Make a Difference
The Lens of Leadership: Looking at the World in a Different Way by Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA, DM As we look back on the past year and a half, we can’t help pondering the lessons we’ve learned. As we rewind … Continue reading The Lens of Leadership: Looking at the World a Different Way
Breaking free for a brighter future Once enrolled at Goodwin University, Elizabeth found the MSOL curriculum engaging. “My two favorite classes were Leadership Practices in Organizational Communications and Negotiating and Conflict Response,” she recounted. “If you knew me five years … Continue reading Elizabeth’s Story: Lessons in Leadership and Summoning her Personal Power (Part Two)
It’s a wonderful time to be a woman in the United States of America. Barriers that once blocked women’s eligibility for leadership roles are being questioned, put on trial, and dismantled daily. Women and those who support them are using … Continue reading The Importance of Women in Leadership, and Why Now Is the Time to Shine
Do you aspire to move up the professional ranks and achieve a high-paying management position? Good news! With the proper training and education in hand, top-tier management jobs are an attainable goal. Here are some of the highest-paying management jobs … Continue reading Highest-Paying Management Jobs You Can Land with an MSOL Degree
Many of us can recall the moment it happened. One day, we were living our lives, going through the motions as each moment passed, and the next, the Coronavirus put our professional (and personal) worlds on pause. All of us … Continue reading Returning to Work: New World, New Rules, New Opportunities!
A leadership title provides an individual with power in the hierarchical structure of an organization. Typically, a leader oversees employees or has other direct responsibilities for delivering success, whatever that may mean, depending on the function of the business. Organizational … Continue reading Examples of Organizational Leadership Careers, and Where You Might Fit In
What does a bachelor’s degree in education, business, communications, English literature, and economics have in common? It might seem far-fetched, but they’re all equally great starting points when it comes to a leadership career in higher education! Not all administration … Continue reading M.ED vs. MSOL: Which Master’s Degree is Right for You?
Out with The Old and In with The New: How to learn from last year and lead the way in 2021 By Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA, DM The year 2020 was a year of loss and lessons. As people worldwide … Continue reading How to Learn from 2020 and Lead the Way in 2021
Great leaders are known to lead by example, lead from within, and lead from experience. Getting to this level of influence, however, takes time and training. Many leaders obtain their experience, skills, and knowledge through higher education. If you are … Continue reading What to Look for in a Graduate Leadership Program
What does it mean to be a truly great leader? Some may say you are born a leader. Others say it’s something you learn from experience. But it might just be a true combination of both. If you have the … Continue reading Four Qualities of a Great Leader: Do You Have What it Takes?
Selecting a master’s degree program is not to be taken lightly. There are applications to be submitted, financial aid packages to be interpreted, and lots of curriculum investigation to be done. Reading testimonials, learning about the faculty, and potentially speaking … Continue reading How to Choose the Right Leadership School for Your Master’s Degree
What is the basic operational premise that business, non-profit, and even government, all have in common? The answer is structure, paired with organizational goals. Without a united vision and a structured manner of approaching that goal, operations have no steam, … Continue reading The Clear-Cut Advantages of an Organizational Leadership Education
Leadership comes in many forms. Like any kind of management – whether that means parenting, budgeting your personal finances, or running HR at a company – there is no universal definition or “style” of business leadership that’s correct. Rather, the … Continue reading How to Become a Great Leader (Online!)
Beautiful People Do Not Just Happen: Embracing Empathy in Leadership By Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA, DM The COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 quickly prompted a global disruption in many of our daily lives. Activities and events continue to pause, and various … Continue reading Beautiful People Do Not Just Happen: Embracing Empathy in Leadership
Effective leaders and managers are imperative for organizations to grow and sustain successfully. They inspire, set direction, and guide the people they are managing to help achieve the larger visions of an organization. Do you have goals of taking on … Continue reading What Can I Do with a Master’s in Management and Leadership?
You’re heading into a meeting at an external organization to discuss a potential merger. The glass elevator opens up to a handsome, low-lit reception room with leather furniture. You notice blazers, dress pants and expensive-looking watches on the professionals hurrying … Continue reading The Impact of Organizational Leadership on Workplace Culture
It is no secret that we live in a complicated world. Between the global pandemic we are currently facing, the politics and policies that are constantly changing, and the ever-evolving use of technology in our day-to-day, it’s apparent that our … Continue reading Why Study Organizational Leadership?