COVID-19 has virtually upended every aspect of the modern workforce. Research from Gallup suggests that, as of May, 2020, seven in ten Americans worked on a remote basis at least on occasion. A trend that is only expected to continue throughout the pandemic.
As society changes, so does the style of leadership that works best. In the business world, those in the position of guiding and training leaders and managers must understand the changing business trends that will impact the leaders they're training. From changing the focus of education to embracing the power of mobile even within leadership roles, these are some of the trends coming to management in the 2020’s.
Learn how to lead with confidence and tap into your full potential with this leadership studies minor.
Study leadership online and deepen your knowledge of what it means to motivate, resolve conflict, and move a team forward. Organizations need strong leaders to thrive, and focusing your studies in this leadership studies curriculum positions you for success.
It’s true what they say: Successful businesses start with meaningful business plans. So, have you put together a plan for your business career? Does it outline the management skills and leadership skills you need to walk this career path? Will it set you up for future success, helping you with a strong business foundation that you can use to take advantage of career advancement opportunities along the way?
Have you thought about pursuing a career in communications? There are any number of career paths available to professionals who know how to communicate clearly and effectively.
I’ve been taking yoga classes for five years and have been teaching yoga for the past year. I completed my 200-hour teaching-training program last summer and have been enjoying connecting with students from a different perspective. An unplanned bonus: Being a yoga teacher has helped me sharpen some of my leadership skills! Here are the parallels that I’ve found between leading a class and leading at work.
Let’s take a moment to break down the loathsome and obnoxious statement that is, “Failure Is Not An Option”, shall we? Mmmkay, thanks.
For a multitude of reasons, which I’ll gladly share with you, I detest that statement.
1. Relativity of “failure” is never considered.
2. The phrase implies that failure is a terrible thing; something to be avoided.
3. Because failure is to be avoided, too many people refuse to try new things or take any risks.
4. We take failure personally; we allow it to define us.
Leadership takes many forms and yet it is easy to recognize when you experience it. Whether you are aspiring to be a leader or already in a position of influence, these quotes from our faculty are sure to inspire you along your journey. Plus, the images are easily "pinnable" (just click the red Pinterest button in the top left corner) so that you can save your favorite.
You have natural leadership skills. You’re organized. You have goals. You know how to motivate others to get from here all the way to there. These are good, useful management talents—don’t let them go to waste. Learn what it takes to hone your leadership and organizational fundamentals into business skills and a management career.
The best way to pursue your management career is a best-in-class management program from a top-shelf educator such as the online program for a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Management from Johnson & Wales University.