The culture of any organization is set by the worst behavior the leader tolerates.

Executive leaders are the role-models of an organization, responsible for establishing culture and leading teams to be successful. During this episode, Dr. Natalie Harder, Chancellor of South Louisiana Community College joins Dr. Janet Pilcher to share her story and her secret for building kick-ass leadership teams. Dr. Harder has led her team through a historic merger with multiple campuses, successfully blended cultures, systems, processes, programs, and students all while maintaining a focus on making education available to everyone.

This episode addresses questions, such as:

  • What does it mean to build strong leadership teams?
  • Why is it important for an executive leader to build strong executive teams?
  • What advice does Dr. Natalie Harder have for other executive leaders?

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Differentiating Staff Performance

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