Managerial Success in Online Education: High-impact Behaviors Pt. 1
Research shows that individuals who practice nine behaviors are more highly valued and respected by their colleagues and managers, are more sought out for advice, information, and recommendations, and are tapped for new projects and opportunities.† It is through these avenues that one has and develops more influence on the practices, strategies, and decisions within their organization.† By adopting and sharpening these general techniques managers of online education can build their reputation and degree of influence for the purpose of moving their institution forward and better supporting online students and faculty.
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