School Operations

Competition Among Superheroes: Qualitative Assessment of Schools Within a Multi-Campus Group

By Dr. Joel A. English, Vice President of Operations, Centura College, Aviation Institute of Maintenance, Tidewater Tech
Dr. English shares how his school group designed and communicated the values, goals, assessment, timelines, and competition that leads his campuses to institutional success, and how this benchmarking structure supports their best campus directors in leaping tall buildings in single bounds.

How to Create a Culture of Innovation

Continuing Education Courses, Credentials Make for Better Teachers

Written from an Interview with Dr. Joseph F. Shiver II, Director, Faculty Development, Joint Special Operations University
Continuing education courses and the Certified Higher Education Professional credential help to make faculty better and more creative instructors, which helps to keep students involved and retained.

Competition Among Superheroes: Qualitative Assessment of Schools Within a Multi-Campus Group

Building Sustainability in Private Institutions: The Sustainability of Change Management Model

By Rhondra O. Willis, Ph.D., Dissertation Chair, Grand Canyon University
As the landscape for educational delivery shifts, institutions must also change in order to maintain momentum and academic quality standards. By examining qualitative and quantitative data while implementing the concepts of Good to Great, post-secondary institutions are enabled to build and maintain sustainability models.

Competition Among Superheroes: Qualitative Assessment of Schools Within a Multi-Campus Group

How you can Make 2017 the Year all of Your Goals are Accomplished

By Brian Willett, Owner/Consultant, MPACT Group, Dale Carnegie Training
Most people stay where they are because they haven’t learned the art of setting and accomplishing goals. The right processes and tools can change all of that for you and your school by applying the concepts outlined in this article.

Competition Among Superheroes: Qualitative Assessment of Schools Within a Multi-Campus Group

The Use of “Self-Respect” in Staff Development

By George J. Miller, Success Coach, EXCELLENCE through EDUCATION
Using self-respect as a positive communication tool is in both you and your staffs best interest. The intent of this article is to help the CEO, manager or owner develop the understanding of how important self-respect is in a working environment. p.11

Competition Among Superheroes: Qualitative Assessment of Schools Within a Multi-Campus Group

Three Decades of Training Campus Leaders

By Kelley Blanchard, Vice President of Professional Development, Career Education Colleges and Universities
The CECU Leadership Institute has become a legacy program for sector leaders, and has established alumni consisting of school presidents, CEOs and leaders. Many attendees have testified to bringing new ideas back to their campuses and making lifelong connections.

Competition Among Superheroes: Qualitative Assessment of Schools Within a Multi-Campus Group

Community Outreach – Worth the Investment

By Andrew High, Chief Operating Officer and Susan Ciardullo, Regional Director of Career Services and Community Outreach, West Coast Ultrasound Institute
Community outreach may seem like a nebulous topic, but when backed by the strength of strategic direction, it becomes more concrete and valuable. This article will attempt to show you why structured community outreach efforts are worth the investment.

Competition Among Superheroes: Qualitative Assessment of Schools Within a Multi-Campus Group