Being a leader in higher education has never been easy. But the challenges contemporary leaders face as they attempt to reground our institutions and support the members of our communities may well be unprecedented. Many academic and administrative leaders transition into roles with limited opportunities for preparation and development, and this transition is occurring at a time when programs and services are disrupted, when staff needs and availabilities are changing, and when the need for transparency, inclusion, and community are critical.
Authors Brent Ruben, Richard De Lisi, and Ralph Gigliotti have been grappling with these issues in their writing and in the design and facilitation of a variety of leadership development programs.
Join Brent, Richard, and Ralph for a discussion of timely topics from the second edition of their award-winning book, A Guide for Leaders in Higher Education: Concepts, Competencies, and Tools.
The authors will welcome your input on topics to be discussed--related to their book or higher education leadership in general. Write to: email@example.com.