Posts Tagged ‘Communications’

By: Del Suggs, M.S.Ed. | Article from 2018 Spring CLT Magazine Snapchat is currently the most popular social media on most campuses. If you are unfamiliar with it, Snapchat is a basically a messaging app with a self-destruct feature. Posts— texts, photos, and videos— disappear (theoretically) after a preset length of time. It can be…

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By: Del Suggs, M.S. Ed. In this virtual world, we still must lead and teach our students to lead. While it’s challenging, there are ways to utilize technology to help with your recruitment. I still suggest that you follow my four-step method of recruitment. It doesn’t matter if you are seeking new members in the…

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By Dee Dube, SwiftKick Universities, companies, and teams that institute core values for their people typically include dedication among their priorities. The concept of grit takes dedication and adds the stipulation of unconditionality; through thick and thin, someone with grit will stick with it. It is a kind of courageous loyalty, a tenacity that gets…

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Dr. Sherene McHenry It is estimated that the average professional squanders the equivalent of four work days every month in ineffective meetings. That’s 48 wasted work days annually per professional! Additionally, half of all meeting time is frittered away. Think of how much greater the averages would be if only academic settings were calculated. The…

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