Three Mentors You Need Who Are Not Your Boss
by Justin Zackal

Justin Zackal highlights three reasons why your mentor shouldn’t be your boss and three types of mentors to pursue instead. Research has shown the benefits of having a good mentor throughout your entire career, but having multiple mentors is like having connected data points on a coordinate plane that points to career success.

An Expanded Admissions “Funnel” for Presidential Review
by Robert A. Scott

Robert A. Scott explains how using an expanded funnel to present enrollment data is not only useful for college admissions officers, but for campus presidents and senior campus leaders. Expanded funnels help analyze recruitment success, admissions decisions, and financial aid allocations. Scott shares nine elements that should be included in expanded funnel reports.

The Leader’s Responsibility to Address and Not Avoid Conflict
by Daniel B. Griffith, J.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Avoiding conflict isn’t inherently wrong or bad and makes perfect sense in some situations. However, avoiding conflict at all costs can lead to negative consequences for an organization. Leaders must learn to address and overcome their conflict-avoidant tendencies to be the leaders their organization, peers, team members, and others expect of them.

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