In a rapidly evolving marketplace and increasingly polarized society, organizations are looking for the types of leaders who regularly seek to improve their leadership skills for the sake of their employees and those their organization serves.
More than ever, it takes strong organizational leadership skills to transform organizations and communities. But what is organizational leadership exactly, and why is it important?
The stories of our students each represent the powerful, embodied outcomes of an Ed.D program for professional leaders. Their examples—and those of many others—reveal the profound positive benefits of earning a doctorate in leadership.
By learning more about leadership styles and considering transformational leadership examples, professionals can identify and develop the skills they need to become effective change agents.
We quizzed the founder of Marymount University’s Write Up! Institute about the purpose and aspirations of creating such a resource for Marymount University Ed.D. students. Here is what Dr. Paula Cristina Azevedo had to say about the creation of the Write Up! Institute, its offerings, and the mission and vision behind it.
Professionals who want to be part of addressing the leadership crisis with purpose and meaning can gain the skills they need through a doctorate focused on innovative organizational leadership.
The first step in creating a safe learning environment is to prioritize students’ emotional and physical safety. Read more about school safety plan benefits.
What are some of the most significant innovations in higher education? Explore some of the most recent advances empowering academic efficiency and success.
Pursuing Ed.D careers are a chance to make a positive impact in the lives of educators and students. Discover what you can do with a doctorate of education.
The role of the LDFM is to guide, mentor, and coach the Ed.D. students throughout the dissertation process. Here is what Dr. Jennifer Crystle had to say about the program.