Tuesday, June 21, 2005


What's Good For The Exec, Is Good For The Student

In his article, Blogs are Essential For Leadership, Dan Farber writes, "In the increasingly networked world, transparency and authenticity–building trust–will be a most valued commodity, and blogging helps enable that capability."

Here's how schools can use the same concept and capitalize on creating leadership models for students using blogs. When students feel empowered to publish, create and take ownership of their work, there's no limit. Some students are frustrated with the traditional modality. Blogs give them an active voice and a road to learning how to lead, read and write. Remember Field of Dreams, "Build it and they will come."

I'm very happy to hear this echoed by you. I was just having this discussion with a VP last week.
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