Learners into Leaders

The Peregrine Team  |  08|20|2021

As we approach the beginning of a new academic year, young people everywhere are returning to campus for the first time in a while. Professors welcome these students into...

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Which Leadership Style is Best?

The Peregrine Team  |  07|20|2021

What does it mean to be a good leader? As you ponder this question, you may find yourself reflecting on the leaders you have encountered along your path. You...

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Teaching Strategy Through a Simulation

The Peregrine Team  |  07|19|2021

Teaching higher education learners strategy is complex as application is necessary for a full grasp of the subject matter and mastery of competencies involved in teaching strategy. One solution...

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Addressing the Soft Skills Gap Through Assessment

The Peregrine Team  |  06|22|2021

Broadly recognized is a growing need for higher education to effectively develop the soft skills learners need to succeed in a knowledge-based economy. Skills such as interpersonal skills, leadership,...

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Why Choose Values-Based Leadership?

The Peregrine Team  |  05|20|2021

Manager and leader are often used interchangeably but vary significantly. A manager manages people – telling them how to work. A leader inspires and motivates people to contribute to...

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Creating a Quality Culture in Higher Education

The Peregrine Team  |  05|20|2021

Since the dawning of the United States formalized accreditation system in 1952, accreditation has been a significant driver for education quality management of the modern academic enterprise. Once a...

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