In today’s rapidly shifting higher education environment, the demands and expectations placed on all leaders, administrators, and faculty of the institution can be daunting and often extreme. Many professionals are challenged by the competing demands of managing themselves and their own time, as well as managing others, and increasingly seek out specialized support to mitigate the overwhelm and chart a roadmap for success.
The coaching offered by Academic Impressions is a multi-faceted professional development solution, designed to accelerate growth and address challenges and goals with the support of an experienced higher education coach. Through individualized guidance, coaching can help professionals intentionally align personal and career objectives, identify and build on strengths, strategize career paths, and find clarity in their vision.
Browse our coaching options below or request an exploratory conversation with one of our coaching experts.
WHICH COACHING IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Executive Coaching can help leaders at all levels of the institution gain clarity in their career, increase their level of self-awareness, hone their skill set, and reach their full potential within the context of higher education. Whether you are considering a move to administration, leading an academic department, taking the next step to a deanship or presidency, or wanting to more effectively lead your team of fundraisers, our team of coaches can help leaders at all levels.
Faculty Coaching provides personalized support for faculty at all stages of their careers in higher education. Whether you are needing support as a junior faculty member on the tenure track, wanting to reinvigorate your work mid-career, exploring opportunities in academic leadership, or considering your legacy as a senior academic, our coaches are here to help.
Join a small cohort of leaders from diverse institutions for a series of conversations facilitated by an expert coach who has leadership experience in higher education. You will have the opportunity to clarify and focus on your own individualized goals, share and learn from other higher education professionals, learn practical considerations, gather relevant resources, and establish collaborative relationships.
Have you ever been to a training only to find that you come away with great ideas but don’t have the time, support, or skills needed to implement what you have learned to make the changes? Partner with a coach after attending one of our select programs to bridge and integrate what you have learned, as well as establish accountability for the on-the-ground work of getting the job done.