The coronavirus crisis has created a ripple effect of change throughout higher ed, revealing overlooked areas for improvement as well as opportunities for sustainable growth. How can leaders seize this moment to rethink traditional higher ed business and academic models and create lasting change at their institutions?
Register now for a virtual forum on Wednesday, June 3, to hear from hosts Scott Carlson and Paul Friga as they’re joined by guests Gordon Gee, president of West Virginia University, and Rick Staisloff, founder and principal, rpk Group, to discuss the key success factors for making positive, long-lasting, and sustainable change in the unique world of higher education today.
Key Questions in this session include:
- How can colleges anticipate and prepare for the major shifts coming to the education sector because of Covid-19?
- In pursuing change and new directions, what leadership techniques can earn buy-in from faculty and staff members?
- How can colleges support innovative people and departments on campus, and use that energy to propel the institution forward?
Scott Carlson, senior writer, The Chronicle
Paul N. Friga, clinical associate professor, UNC Chapel Hill and co-founder, ABC Insights.
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