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Leadership

Lauren Niepokny, Contributor

Contributor: Katie Karpinski

With Halloween right around the corner, it draws to mind childhood memories of hiding from the monster under the bed, or leaving the light on to prevent the boogie man from sneaking in at night. While we may grow out of these fears (hopefully) we develop new fears throughout our life. Becoming a new leader is a major transition and can be pretty scary—but you’re not alone! It’s completely natural to feel a little spooked when becoming a new leader. Check out these 3 common fears of leadership and how you can overcome them!

Contributor: Adrian Rutt

Contributor: Adrian Rutt

My experience dealing with and within the field of education has provided me with genuine insight into how people learn best. In my mind, there are three ways in which people get smarter, and they start from the least productive to the most. In isolation, all of the methods lack something, but when combined they are a force to be reckoned with.

Contributor: Adrian Rutt

An Insider's Perspective of the Motivation of Dan Pink's Drive course at CSU's Professional Development Center
Contributor: Adrian Rutt, CSU Professional Development Center Graduate Assistant

Contributor: Adrian Rutt

Last week the 15th seed, Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders upset a number 2 seed, Michigan State Spartans. It was a fairy tale of a game. As I watched the clock hit zero, I thought to myself ‘what a game - I guess sometimes things just come together at the right moment and time.’ Then another thought hit me: that’s exactly how education works. I wasn’t seeing stars or unwarranted connections, so let me explain.

Contributor: Adrian Rutt

“What makes a good leader?”

Contributor: Katie Karpinski