Leadership Thinking and Doing Series
A 3rd installment in our Leadership Thinking and Doing blog series.
If hybrid learning is the way of the future, let’s learn to do it well
Hybrid classrooms may present an opportunity to orient to possibility and contribute to a more just, equitable, and sustainable world.
Leading through challenge to opportunity
Nothing is irreparable. Often, I hear those words linger in my mind when something happens that does not go the way that I hoped it would.
Youth Leadership for Safety of Girls & Women in Public Spaces in India
RRU’s Master’s of Arts in Global Leadership students attended an online field study, GBLD 535, from September to October, 2021.
Instructional Design In & After COVID-19
The field of instructional design and instructional designers’ role and value has been amplified by the pandemic.
Thank you to BC Cancer – Victoria and Island Health
The School of Leadership Studies would like to thank BC Cancer – Victoria and Island Health for engaging as our Leadership Challenge™ sponsoring organization.
Student Research: Lydia Su Nicholls-Gaertner on Trusting the Process
The School of Leadership Studies would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Lydia Su Nicholls-Gaertner on the completion of her Master’s Thesis.
Using Slack as a teaching tool in my online course
In the world of business, Slack is ubiquitous. In academia, not so much.