More Articles from Archive ~ October, 2013
Good Sunday to each of you. Another week of the Fall semester has evaporated as we move deeper into the academic term. Halloween this week to be followed in rapid succession by the Thanksgiving holiday, final exams and term projects due, and, suddenly, it is Fall Commencement. Activities and deadlines will escalate over the next […]
I hope you enjoyed Bill Curry’s presentation as much as I do every time I hear it. His comments on the “fellowship of the miserable”, “the pain of discipline or the pain of regret” and “being comfortable in your own skin” are important tenants for all of us to consider in our daily leadership journey. […]
It is Sunday, and we are reaching for our UCO sweatshirts this morning. The young maple tree in our yard has begun its transition toward winter as its leaves move from green to shades of light red and burnt orange. Given the wide variety of plantings across the campus, we will see the full spectrum of autumnal colors at UCO in the coming weeks.
Martha discussed four things that you can begin to practice to enhance your leadership and personal capacity. Choose one of these items and discuss why you feel this stands out in your opinion.
Good morning. It is Fall Break Sunday and I trust that you have made the most of this extended weekend to enjoy some of your favorite interests. I know that among you are volunteers who participated in the “Alternative Spring Break” rehab work in Shawnee and other locations with Jarrett. I hope that the time […]
Good morning, Did you walk outside early on Saturday morning? The overnight showers were accompanied the first genuine blast of fall weather. The temperature on campus about 6AM was 46 degrees. Those UCO sweatshirts you may have on a shelf somewhere are finally going to be put to use. By Homecoming weekend in early November, […]
David listed a number of key points concerning his thoughts on the characteristics and practices of a leader. Which point resonated the most with you and why do you agree that this point is vital to the leadership development process?