Emerging Leaders in Higher Education
Venue: Seaport Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Jul 18, 2011||End Date/Time: Jul 19, 2011|
The future of higher education will be filled with pervasive complexity, ambiguity, and change, requiring a different leadership skill set. The next generation of leaders will have to:
Lead when there aren't any clear answers or solutions
Craft solutions that will require cross-boundary collaboration throughout a campus
Reduce costs while increasing quality and responsiveness
Anticipate future challenges to their institutions in a way that coalesces broad understanding and support for future action
Tap the creative resources throughout their institutions so that alternative approaches and thinking can help solve the complex and thorny issues that face higher education
Build exceptional teams at every level of the campus and empower these teams to move the institution forward in fulfillment of its mission and vision
This practically focused, two-day leadership program will provide participants with tools and strategies that will enable them to effectively navigate the increasing complexity facing higher education.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This program is built on the premise that innovation and cross-boundary thinking and collaboration will be key to competing in the future of our industry. As such, it has been designed for emerging leaders throughout higher-ed administration, not simply one particular functional area. Because titles and levels of responsibility vary so much across different sizes and types of institution, we encourage you to call us with any questions about whether this program is right for you.
Please contact Amit Mrig at 720-988-1210 for more information.
WHAT MAKES THIS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DIFFERENT?
As you know, there are hundreds of books, articles, studies, and conferences on this subject. Here are three reasons why you should consider investing time and money in this program:
1. This program starts with the right instructors - instructors who have helped develop thousands of leaders and have selected the best of the best resources and materials for our use in this program.
2. Developing as a leader is an evolutionary process that requires doing and practice. That's why we favor an interactive and experiential approach, one that offers tangible tools and techniques that you can begin using right away.
3. Finally, while this program is rooted in a deep understanding of the higher education industry, we don't restrict our lessons and examples to those from colleges and universities. In fact, we think taking a broader view of leadership is critical to succeeding in the future. The resources and lessons that will be discussed have been drawn from multiple organizations and settings across the public and private sector.