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A Future Pathway

Leading in a Global Public Health Crisis and Social and Racial Injustice
Published July 13, 2021
Presented by Larisa Genin, Wichita State University | Eileen Strempel, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus | Elizabeth Tutelman, Temple University | Joseph Youngblood II, Thomas Edison State University

Institution(s) referenced in this resource:
Temple University, Thomas Edison State University, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, Wichita State University

Higher education experienced extraordinary challenges in 2020 and tackled them head on with agility and creativity. Transformative leadership can help our institutions thrive even in the face of a world health disaster, its attendant fiscal challenges, and systemic racial and social injustice. This presentation will demonstrate how leaders can surmount these obstacles by aligning strategic priorities for the future. Come learn how to work across boundaries, differences, and beliefs while intentionally developing the essential skills and abilities you need to strengthen your institution and community.

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Learning Outcomes:

  1. Align your institution's academic priorities and reduce redundancies.
  2. Anticipate future career and professional opportunities and plan accordingly.
  3. Engage your academic and local community in planning for social, physical, and intellectual interaction and growth.
  4. Describe what succession planning looks like from a 360-degree lens with all constituencies engaged in the process.

Presenters:

Larisa Genin, Dean, W. Frank Barton School of Business, Professor, Wichita State University
Eileen Strempel, Inaugural Dean, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus
Elizabeth Tutelman, Senior Vice Provost, Strategic Communications, Temple University
Joseph Youngblood II, John S. Watson School of Public Service, Thomas Edison State University

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