In this relevant release, Menand, an English professor, argues that most universities are out of touch and calls for their dire makeover. Menand touches on everything from problem solving to curriculum, to faculty and diversity, and more.
When leaders ask questions, they usually have one of four main objectives in mind: to understand, assess, innovate or motivate. That’s according to The L Group co-founder Lee Colan. But the way we ask purposeful questions can affect whether we gain understanding or walk away empty-handed.Colan puts it this way: “There is rarely a right answer to a wrong question.”In a recent Inc.com post, he suggests asking questions that will help you better understand your employees, rather than just a project or process. For example: continue reading » 18SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
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