An Introspective Look at Higher Ed Leadership’s Impact on Trust, Morale, and Retention

FREE Online | June 12, 2024 | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET

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An Introspective Look at Higher Ed Leadership’s Impact on Trust, Morale, and Retention

FREE Online | June 12, 2024 | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET


Learn the important positive and negative impacts leaders have on faculty and staff job satisfaction, trust, and retention.

Overview

Political interference, campus protests, demographic cliff(s), rising costs, and campus closures are all contributing to the public’s declining trust in higher education. But it’s not just the public. Respected and “star” faculty and administrators are also losing faith and continue to show signs of disenchantment, anxiety, and mistrust. In fact, 57% of faculty and staff said they were likely to leave their position next year, and 42% reported clinical symptoms of burnout.  

Our reflexive reaction in the face of such numbers is often to externalize the blame, but there are proven strategies to combat the very real impact to faculty and staff morale, trust, and engagement. It’s time to stop looking through the window to the outside for answers and start looking in the mirror. 

Join us as we showcase five proven strategies that leaders at all levels can employ to improve job satisfaction, build trust, and positively change the trajectory for many faculty and staff—and for the institution itself.  

Who should attend?

Whether you are an academic leader, a faculty member, or a staff member in higher education, this webinar offers valuable insights and actionable strategies for navigating the complexities of the evolving higher education landscape. Join us, and take the first step towards driving positive change at your institution.
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