The HELLO Community has implemented a new member fed, rated, and commented directory of vendors and service providers that serve higher education. The directory is organized into hierarchical categories that make it easy to explore. Anyone can read the directory and members are encouraged to add new entries,
The Higher Education Leadership Learning Online (HELLO) Community is proud to announce the availability of its mentor / mentee matching service. MentorMatch is an online self-service application specifically designed to meet the needs of higher education, enabling members to build an industry specific mentoring profile;
At its inaugural meeting on Monday February 25th the HELLO Community Advisory Board ratified the community’s mission and vision statements. These statements will guide current operations and the future development of the community and are as follows;
The New One Minute Manager (Click for more information and to purchase from Amazon)
A new edition based on the timeless business classic—updated to help today’s readers succeed more quickly in a rapidly changing world.
Member Recommended Book – Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck: Why Some Thrive Despite Them All
Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck–Why Some Thrive Despite Them All (Click for more information and to purchase from Amazon)
Ten years after the worldwide bestseller Good to Great, Jim Collins returns with another groundbreaking work,
Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t (Click for more information and to purchase from Amazon)
Built to Last, the defining management study of the nineties,
Member Recommended Internet Article: An Instrumental Case Study Analysis of Anticipatory Leadership Practices in Community Colleges
This qualitative instrumental case study explored the experiences and perceptions of seven community college leaders of their use of anticipatory
leadership. Two research questions guided this study: (a) How do community
colleges use anticipatory leadership to respond to internal and external changes? (b) How do community college leaders use anticipatory leadership
principles for problem solving?