When you walk in to Globe University-Green Bay, you are likely to see a variety of things: smiling faces, students studying, students talking and interacting with each other, and employees happy at work. What makes Globe University-Green Bay so special? Many might say the leader is the one who creates a positive environment in any organization or school.
Jack Welch once said, “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.”
Jack Welch couldn’t be more right when it comes to the leadership that Campus Director Jeryl Fleck provides the Green Bay campus. Maybe you are thinking that you do not truly know who our campus director is. In actuality, you know her very well. You see her leadership shine in the environment on campus, and every single student and employee who steps into Globe University-Green Bay. Below you will see the remarkable examples of Jeryl’s leadership on campus.
The Students Say:
“Jeryl is approachable and always in a positive mood! Globe also promotes an environment where I can learn and give back to the community at the same time.”
The Employees Say:
“Jeryl is very responsive, interactive, and focused on ensuring the absolute best for the students and the staff. Always replies as quickly as possible to issues and obtains feedback from multiple individuals on various situations.”
“Jeryl creates and environment in which we are here for the students and everything we do is for the students. I can’t wait to come to work every day!”
Brian Tracy said that leadership needs to be the following: “Become the kind of leader that people would follow voluntarily; even if you had no title or position.” Globe University-Green Bay is lucky to have Jeryl Fleck as the campus director.
Take a moment to think of your favorite thing about Globe Green Bay, and chances are Jeryl Fleck has something to do with it. Our open door policy goes beyond the classrooms and cubicles. If you have a story to share or feedback to give, Jeryl would love to hear it.
Written by Beth Spiering, Director of Admissions, Globe University-Green Bay