Meetings Success Kit

Meetings Success Kit Overview We’ve all suffered through bad meetings. Given how much time we spend with our colleagues, this pain has real consequences for our teams and institutions. The stock advice around “making an agenda” and “drafting action items” will only do so much to make meetings more effective. Our Meeting Success Kit will […]

Creating Equitable and Inclusive Meetings

Your personal identity likely shapes the meetings you lead. In order to foster open spaces where people can test ideas and practice inclusion, you should reflect on how your identity impacts your meetings. Join us for this online training to engage in self-reflection and to begin practicing communication skills that will positively impact group dynamics. […]

Meeting the Challenge of Program Prioritization

Report: May 2015. In this report, you’ll see a national snapshot of program prioritization efforts based on a recent survey of over 100 institutional leaders — plus critical lessons learned to aid you in your own efforts, including: Read the report. See Other Topics in Institutional & Academic Planning

Meetings Success Kit

Meetings Success Kit Overview We’ve all suffered through bad meetings. Given how much time we spend with our colleagues, this pain has real consequences for our teams and institutions. The stock advice around “making an agenda” and “drafting action items” will only do so much to make meetings more effective. Our Meeting Success Kit will […]

Advising: Meeting Student Needs?

Share this article with colleagues. By Carol Moore     Several months ago, the Chronicle featured an article on advising focused on the work of Dr. Ned Laff, who detailed the importance of broad-based advising and the gaps between what today’s students need and what they frequently receive. Drawing upon an advising career at multiple […]

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Meeting the Challenge of Program Prioritization

Report: May 2015. In this report, you’ll see a national snapshot of program prioritization efforts based on a recent survey of over 100 institutional leaders — plus critical lessons learned to aid you in your own efforts, including: Prerequisites for a successful prioritization process The importance of clear goals and targeted cuts How best to pursue […]

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Advising: Meeting Student Needs?

Several months ago, the Chronicle featured an article on advising focused on the work of Dr. Ned Laff, who detailed the importance of broad-based advising and the gaps between what today’s students need and what they frequently receive. Drawing upon an advising career at multiple colleges, Laff focused his comments on the disconnect between advising […]

10 Tips to Improve Your Meetings

by Pat Sanaghan (The Sanaghan Group) Most meetings simply don’t work and are a waste of precious time. Unfortunately, many higher education leaders spend much of their professional lives in these unproductive meetings. Higher education runs on thousands of daily meetings including committees, task forces, departmental meetings, and so on. When was the last time you […]

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Meetings Success Kit (Departmental License)

We’ve all suffered through bad meetings. Given how much time we spend with our colleagues, this pain has real consequences for our teams and institutions. The stock advice around “making an agenda” and “drafting action items” will only do so much to make meetings more effective. Our Meeting Success Kit will help your organization start […]

10 Tips to Improve Your Meetings

Most meetings simply don’t work and are a waste of precious time. Unfortunately, many higher education leaders spend much of their professional lives in these unproductive meetings. Higher education runs on thousands of daily meetings including committees, task forces, departmental meetings, and so on. When was the last time you participated in an engaging, productive meeting […]