Bonni Stachowiak: Teaching in Higher Ed
- Rachel asked about how to balance performance and people.
- Mike asked about getting the employees to communicate, engage and work together as a team.
- Pierre asked about how to prevent the distortion of storytelling.
- Rasmus asked a follow-up question from a previous episode on our motivation for continuing to move forward.
- Leadership Dilemmas-Grid Solutions by Robert Blake and Anne McCanse*
- Managerial Grid Model
- Bonni recommended the author Debra Tannen
- Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto by Kevin Gannon
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