Friday, June 27, 2014

How to Develop Network Citizenship Behavior

Academe
June 2014

   In a university environment, leadership needs to be seen as a collective, not an individual, quality. Those in leadership positions should trade their role as a director of action for that of a facilitator who promotes mutual learning. They should encourage members of their staffs to learn from one another’s expertise. The learning process should operate as a cascade, starting with the individual, expanding to departments and organizations, and ultimately extending between organizations across the network.
   Colleges and universities are establishing networks, such as consortia, to formally tie institutional  members together and to share resources. These hubs foster a spirit of cooperation underpinned by trust.

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