A wonderful talk on innovation in higher education.
A re-post from last year:
Any number of us have attended conferences, embarked on new programs for growth or decided to change something for the better. On the face of things, all of those choices are good. But your authentic self is where it all begins. If you fail to address authenticity, you run a great risk. No program, plan or event can help you until the authentic is addressed.
Are you still playing someone else's role?
I fully understand the trepidation involved in addressing who you really are (the authentic self). It conjures up the idea of no secrets, vulnerability and most of all honesty. This can be daunting and some just run from the proposition of "going there." But never forget that who you really are is the safest place you could ever be. I write this from experience.
Here are some things to consider as you turn to who you really are: