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Applications due Feb. 17 for 406 Labs spring incubator program at Montana State University

All Montana residents and MSU students, faculty, staff and alumni are eligible for the program. 

Reimagining Rural Inspiration Hour Making things happen in small towns.  – The Third Wednesday of each month from 11:30-12:45 via WebEx.

Publication finds Montana has second highest demand for leaders in the U.S. Montana has the second highest demand for leaders per capita in the country, according to the findings of a report that will be…

Publication finds Montana has second highest demand for leaders in the U.S.

The publication, prepared for Montana by rural sociologist Benjamin Winchester of the University of Minnesota Extension, is titled “Montana’s Leadership Demand.” It reports that one in every 13 adults must hold a leadership position to keep the state’s existing government and nonprofit organizations running, according to Tara Mastel, MSU Extension community development program leader.

Montana State University, Montana Technological University, the University of Montana and 10 other Universities, join regional alliance for high-tech economic development

The Mountains and Plains University Innovation Alliance, which includes universities in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and the Dakotas, will support coordination and collaboration to attract and expand industries aligned with the member institutions’ strengths in research and education, according to Alison Harmon, MSU’s vice president for research and economic development.

Leadership Barometer 178 You Don’t Need More People – Just Better Leaders

You don’t need to more people; you need to change your leadership style

How Smart Leaders Use the ‘Toast Question’ to Turn Their Business Into a Well-Oiled Machine

There is no wrong way to make toast; it’s just toast. The point of this exercise is to show that even seemingly straightforward processes can be interpreted differently from person to person.

University of Montana to Honor MLK’s Legacy with President’s Lecture Series – Jan. 26 – UM Campus and Zoom

Titled “Becoming King: How a Wavering Teenager Became a Global Icon,” the lecture will serve as UM’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day principal event. The talk at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, will be held at UM’s Alice Lund Instructional Auditorium and can be viewed live on Zoom by registering in advance. It is free and open to the public.

“Ideaflow: The Only Business Metric That Matters” This Book Can Teach You How to Generate Ideas

After 10 years at the helm of Stanford’s Masters of Creativity speaker series, we’ve learned innovation has more to do with discipline than luck.

These are the essential human skills needed for 2023

15Five’s VP of People and Culture maintains that these skills can ground us and allow us to redirect our energy toward helping colleagues and our organization during challenging periods.

15 Ways To Hone Your Business Storytelling Skills As A Leader

As leaders in their respective fields, the members of Forbes Business Council have learned the importance of storytelling for business and why it’s critical to hone those skills. Below, they offered some actionable tips for business owners looking to craft and tell effective stories.