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
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Goes Grad School: How creative expression and communication engage and connect classrooms By Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, MBA, DM Leadership is a practical and powerful course of study for students looking to learn about themselves and … Continue reading Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Goes Grad School
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
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?
A Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadership, or MSOL for short, is a master’s degree program geared for individuals who want to grow their careers. Each individual who endeavors to earn an MSOL likely has unique goals in mind. An … Continue reading What is an MSOL Degree?
Self-leadership Strategies for Success: How Investing in Yourself Influences Your Ability to Inspire The language of leadership is not an ancient text available only to a select few. The secrets to success are not hidden away in hieroglyphics or whispered … Continue reading Self-leadership Strategies for Success: How Investing in Yourself Influences Your Ability to Inspire
It is common to think of personal leadership growth as department-specific. One could assume that, given strong performance and a length of time at an organization, you may achieve promotions and move up the ranks of your department. You have … Continue reading Next-Level Executive Leadership Training for Those Seeking a Master’s Degree
When investing in an advanced degree, it is very important to make sure that the value–add is clear in two key areas of your life: personal fulfillment and professional development. Fortunately, those two typically go hand-in-hand! For business-minded individuals, a … Continue reading Is a Master’s in Organizational Leadership a Good Degree for You?
Dr. Sandi Coyne-Gilbert, director of Goodwin University’s Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) program, knew that the 2020 graduation season would be unlike anything experienced before. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a schoolwide commencement was not possible, and even … Continue reading MSOL Graduates Receive Encouragement in Unusual Times