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AAUP is a nonprofit membership association of faculty and other academic professionals. The mission of AAUP is to advance academic freedom and shared governance; to define fundamental professional values and standards; and to promote the economic security of faculty, academic professionals and those engaged in teaching and research.Less
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The urgency of the global climate has become front and center in recent news. After the recent UN Climate Summit, politicians are assessing how they will circumvent the worsening conditions, and the higher education industry is not exempt from these conversations. In fact, the industry has been a leader in U.S. environmental efforts and, according to experts, colleges and universities have created some of the most ambitious climate action plans in the country.
At a time when the nation's most selective colleges admit less than 10 percent of applicants, news stories make it seem like the odds are stack against applicants, and it is difficult to distinguish them from one another, it is no wonder students and their families are disillusioned and bewildered. An admissions professional says while many of these statistics and stories seem mind-boggling, they don’t paint an accurate picture of the admission landscape in its entirety.
Authentic leadership requires authentic communication, whether speaking before large groups, making presentations, conducting meetings, or engaging in one-on-one conversations with peers, direct reports, superiors, or the constituents and publics you serve. This communication is critical for effective leadership and building mutual trust and respect. Keep these four concepts in mind as your work toward becoming the authentic leader you aspire to be.