InteresTED – The Likability Dilemma for Women Leaders

Why are there so few women leaders? Perhaps because when women lead, bias often follows. Documentarian, Robin Hauser, weaves together scientific research and personal narrative to discuss the paradox between competence and likeability in woman leaders. Instructional objectives: List examples of implicit and/or unconscious bias Repeat common gender stereotypes Review consequences and impact in the…

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How Do I Lead Change from the Middle?

New technology, regulatory upheaval, changing student demographics, longstanding faculty expectations, shifting workforce demands, and ever-changing university operations leave deans and department chairs adrift within a sea of undifferentiated information and competing demands. Major strategic choices come from university leadership leaving deans and chairs to focus on innovation management. Through insights developed in higher education and…

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Webinar – Managing Difficult Faculty

Learn how to more effectively address negative behavior and performance problems of your faculty. Using case studies, you will practice four steps for dealing with difficult faculty who exhibit unprofessional, unproductive, or even destructive behavior. Throughout this program, we will examine the essential elements of success when managing difficult faculty: Essential elements of success Step…