In common with many sectors, higher education is undergoing rapid transformation in the face of ever increasing global competition. To achieve their missions, universities face the challenge of creating “joined up” organisational cultures that are conducive to individual and institutional excellence. In this article, Richard Sharpe, of Elementa Leadership, outlines an approach to leadership that has been developed through observation of highly effective leadership practice in global leading universities. Its messages are relevant to organisations in many sectors.

In common with many sectors, higher education is undergoing rapid transformation in the face of ever increasing global competition. To achieve their missions, universities face the challenge of creating “joined up” organisational cultures that are conducive to individual and institutional excellence. In this article, Richard Sharpe, of Elementa Leadership, outlines an approach to leadership that has been developed through observation of highly effective leadership practice in global leading universities. Its messages are relevant to organisations in many sectors.

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