Strategic Leadership Blog2021-09-28T14:17:53-07:00

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Finding value in your voice

Between ongoing assignments, internships, and exams, education provides students with unique opportunities to meet influential people while pursuing their interests and goals. There are few individuals that have the power to impact and change lives, and the […]

Inside the Classroom: Goff Trailblazers and Scholars

Real Projects, Real Experiences, and Real Impact. What does that mean? The Goff Scholars and Goff Trailblazers courses focus on submerging students in real-life work environments. Students are tasked with real problems to solve for a company or organization. In solving the problem, students will form […]

Students learn strategic leadership in Zion and Whistler, B.C.

Editor’s Note: From Zion National Park to Whistler, B.C., Goff has had the honor to travel with Business Scholars to facilitate their leadership retreats. Ruchi Watson and Maya Jolley led each cohort through leadership sessions, where they explored what it means to be a leader, discussed how leaders show up […]

Strategy at stake: Conflict between people and profits

Editor’s Note: The Goff Strategic Leadership Center theorizes that successful strategic leaders demonstrate skills across six specific dimensions (what we refer to as the Six Principles of Strategic Leadership). This model of leadership indicates that competence in these six areas contributes to high levels of individual, team, and organizational success. Research conducted by faculty at […]

How Goff Explorers transformed uncertainty into confidence

College is a time of uncertainty, and for many, that uncertainty is scary.

High school senior Addie Collins had similar doubts, as many students experience at some point. Collins hails from Portland, Oregon, and after high school, she was uncertain about college as a whole. Still, she gave the University of […]

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Women’s Advancement: Is a pipeline really the right analogy?

The picture many people have when they think about career advancement is that of a pipeline, and it seems to be particularly prevalent in discussions related to women’s advancement. For example, we have probably all heard about this phenomenon, wherein more women exist […]

Women’s Advancement: Mentorship

In my research on gender equity, several factors that can hinder women’s advancement show up time and again, including stereotypes placed on women; challenges in obtaining valuable networking opportunities; lack of role models, mentors, and the right work experiences; familial responsibilities; a history […]

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