Learning Communities and Support


Building a Board of Learning Advisors

Marisa Bossen and Paul Yost

Seattle Pacific University


LEADERS RECOGNIZE HOW important it is to expand and leverage their networks to be effective in their roles, propel their careers forward, and help others overcome organizational hurdles. Managing one's network often falls to the bottom of a leaders' to-do list. The temptation instead is to focus so much attention on executing the business strategy that leaders forget the critical role that relationships play in their success. Sometimes, leaders simply do not take the time to think strategically about the people who ...

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