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January 23, 2017

The Leadership Dilemma: Developing the ‘New’ Post-Secondary Leader

From Friday’s inbox…

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The Leadership Dilemma: Developing the ‘New’ Post-Secondary Leader
Dear Michael,

In her most recent blog post on OLC Insights, “The Leadership Dilemma: Developing the New Post-Secondary Leader,” OLC CEO, Dr. Kathleen Ives, discusses the importance of continuously developing “the skills and capabilities necessary to guide, direct, and navigate the institution through a rapidly emerging higher education environment.” Ives points out that as the field of online and digital education evolves and matures, emerging leaders will need more than a ‘learn by doing’ strategy.

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OLC CEO Dr. Kathleen Ives ponders “The Leadership Dilemma: Developing the New Post-Secondary Leader” in her recent blog post.

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Are you ready to take the next step build upon your leadership competencies? The OLC Institute for Professional Development invites you to join faculty member, Dr. Laurie Hillstock, for the nextLeadership in Online Learning Mastery Series which begins onFebruary 1st.

You’re also invited to join a select group of your peers for a unique blended learning leadership development program offered by Penn State and OLC, The Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning (IELOL). Deadline to complete the application is April 14, 2017.

Best Regards,

Jennifer
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Jennifer Rafferty | Director of the OLC Institute for Professional Development | Online Learning Consortium | 617-716-1414 | info@onlinelearning-c.org

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