Explore content from Extension's leadership and civic engagement educators as they share insight and research on:
- Getting people involved and working together on community efforts.
- Increasing your effectiveness as a community leader and follower.
- Strengthening your facilitation skills with tools and methods for better meetings.
Good intentions and investments in leadership training and education don’t always get us the results we seek. Two actions can help with your leadership education and development.
Leadership practitioners have an opportunity to reflect on ways to increase inclusion and integrate multicultural approaches.
Reflexive thinking is having the ability (and commitment) to look inward and to see what some people refer to as a “standpoint.” Learn how you can practice reflexivity.
What questions can you ask to help with critical thinking? Read about a definition and learn a three-step tool to help your thinking process.
Are you ready to lead and facilitate your next in-person and hybrid meeting? Start planning and get prepared by learning about the Eight Ps to consider.
Have you asked others to take a survey or participate in a forum for your organization only to never consult them again? Learn how to engage with others in more meaningful ways.