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Leaders: Do You Know How To Listen?

Listening comes from a position of strength. Telling comes from a position of fear and control. We all listen (to varying degrees), but we rarely listen actively.

Montana State University grad student’s internship with the Leadership Institute helps Bozeman understand gaps in bike lanes and sidewalks

Jon Nelson recently completed a semester of mentorship with Bozeman mayor Chris Mehl through the MSU Leadership Institute’s Mentored by the Mayor program.

The Red Ants Pants Foundation Girls Leadership Program – 2020 Program Applications Available

The Red Ants Pants Foundation Girls Leadership Program is designed to inspire hope for our youth, develop pride in our rural communities, and foster strength and courage in our leadership.

3 Ways To Lead Whilst Being Isolated

2. Manage your Bacon Wars 

Simon Sinek’s Advice to Leaders: Check In. And Truly Listen.

‘The biggest mistake that leaders make is that they think they need to have all the answers,’ says the popular author and business coach.

How To Promote Your Career When You Work From Home

You need a strategy to proactively get and stay top-of-mind with the decision-makers and influencers of promotion decisions.

Offboarding: The Diplomatic Way To Achieve Critical Board Turnover

It is critical for the board’s governance committee to take a closer look at what offboarding might achieve as a governance tool.

“HOW DO I TAKE RESPONSIBILITY for dismantling the systems that cause this pain and injustice?” – Montana State University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion

“This is neither a complete nor perfect guide. Instead, consider it an invitation to what will be an ongoing conversation within our community,” says Ariel Donohue, Senior Diversity and Inclusion Officer.

Denise Juneau Reminds Us That Public Schools Must be Anti-Racist Institutions

If you aren’t hearing this message from your local and state education leaders, they’re failing their students and communities.

Why Have Women Leaders Excelled At Fighting The Coronavirus Crisis?

The leaders who have demonstrated to be the most decisive — and calm — have also been women.