What’s new this week:
In a piece for The Conversation, Professor Ross Haenfler of Grinnell College explains how a masculine culture that favors sexual conquests gave us the incels of today. His essay was also picked up by The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Chicago Tribune, and WTOP.
Be sure to check out this PBS NewsHour episode on how nontraditional pathways can lead workers to good jobs.
What we’ve been talking about:
Erin reminds us that communication is NOT leadership. Leadership must come first in order to have something to communicate.
What’s next on our calendars:
Teresa will present at The American Academic Leadership Institute (AALI) 2017-2018 Executive Leadership Academy Closing Seminar in Washington, DC. The session will be “Presidential Communication in a Crisis” and will be held on Monday, June 18.
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Here’s a look at what we were tweeting this week:
— Kristine Maloney (@kristinemaloney) June 5, 2018
Read this and immediately shared it with several colleagues with the note "This! This! This! This!" How to Apologize (Better) https://t.co/PLZSRAbaUu
— Erin A. Hennessy (@ErinAHennessy) June 4, 2018
In this @ozy piece, I see I am not super unusual in staying at my first post-college #job for 5 months—69% of respondents to a recent study ages 18 to 24 remained at their first jobs less than a year, regardless of #education level: https://t.co/OARZG9XII9
— Kylie Lacey (@klacey11) June 6, 2018
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