Monthly Archives: June 2011
Bradley A. Leger, PhD So . . . let’s see: we’ve assembled our council, we’re working on orienting and empowering them – what next? Again, I always try to remember that our council members are usually the “busy people”, so … Continue reading
Bradley A. Leger, PhD OK, we’ve done our homework: we’ve assembled a great Advisory Council which is an accurate reflection of our service area’s demographics. We’ve set the date and time for the meeting. What next? You’ve obviously given them … Continue reading
Bradley A. Leger, PhD Let’s looking back at the mission of Extension: “Extension education is an intentional effort to fulfill predetermined and important needs of people and communities.” Let’s cast the net out into the youth arena and consider the … Continue reading
Bradley A. Leger, PhD “. . . yes – the times, they are a changin’.” I suppose that I’ve always been one about getting to the fundamentals of an issue. In other words, “What’s the bottom line?” Let’s take a … Continue reading
This week Dr. Brad Leger has crafted a map for successfully navigating Advisory Systems. Please join Brad as he leads us on this week-long journey.
Lisa R. Arcemont To Lead, Create a Shared Vision Every organization has a destiny: a deep purpose that expresses the organization’s reason for existence. Visions are often times tied to the original vision of the organization, and even provide a … Continue reading