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Leading and Influencing as a Department Chair 2019

Mon, February 18 - Wed, February 20, 2019 Denver, Colorado
The Curtis Hotel 1405 Curtis Street Denver, Colorado 80202 United States +1 303-571-0300

About Leading and Influencing as a Department Chair 2019

LEADING AND INFLUENCING AS A DEPARTMENT CHAIR, DENVER, FEBRUARY 18-20, 2019

Gain the skills you need to lead the strategic vision of your academic department as well as lead and inspire your faculty colleagues. During this practically-focused training, you will learn tools and tactics to help you be successful in both duties as a department chair, including:

  • Handling the most difficult complaints that you face
  • Developing a vision and setting goals within your academic department
  • Motivating and mentoring your faculty
  • Setting performance expectations for faculty
  • Dealing with difficult faculty colleagues
  • Managing crises that occur on your watch

This interactive conference walks through a number of scenarios drawn from actual events that our facilitators have faced. By the end of this event you will have the skills and knowledge you need to confidently navigate challenges that you are likely to encounter.

Every department chair has many roles and responsibilities. To be effective, you must tailor your approach to the many problems, tasks, and issues that you face. This workshop will help you identify your most comfortable leadership tendencies and grow to embrace multiple leadership modes and skills.

In this workshop facilitated by Jeffrey Buller, author of Positive Academic Leadership: How to Stop Putting Out Fires and Start Making a Difference, you’ll learn how to lead more effectively, no matter the challenges you face. You’ll learn how to gain a fresh perspective and update the language you use. We will look at leading within the academic system and explore the role of negativity within leadership. You will leave better prepared to make a real difference in the long term, rather than spending your time putting out one fire after another.

Who Will Benefit:

This leadership institute is designed with particular attention to those who are looking to develop the expertise to become an exceptional department leader. The depth and breadth of this program is also suitable for those who are contemplating making a move from department chair to a higher administrative position, including program directors, division chiefs, center directors, etc.

 

About Leading and Influencing as a Department Chair 2018

LEADING AND INFLUENCING AS A DEPARTMENT CHAIR, WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 18-20, 2018

Gain the skills you need to lead the strategic vision of your academic department as well as lead and inspire your faculty colleagues. During this practically-focused training, you will learn tools and tactics to help you be successful in both duties as a department chair, including:

  • Handling the most difficult complaints that you face
  • Developing a vision and setting goals within your academic department
  • Motivating and mentoring your faculty
  • Setting performance expectations for faculty
  • Dealing with difficult faculty colleagues
  • Managing crises that occur on your watch

This interactive conference walks through a number of scenarios drawn from actual events that our facilitators have faced. By the end of this event you will have the skills and knowledge you need to confidently navigate challenges that you are likely to encounter.

Every department chair has many roles and responsibilities. To be effective, you must tailor your approach to the many problems, tasks, and issues that you face. This workshop will help you identify your most comfortable leadership tendencies and grow to embrace multiple leadership modes and skills.

In this workshop facilitated by Jeffrey Buller, author of Positive Academic Leadership: How to Stop Putting Out Fires and Start Making a Difference, you’ll learn how to lead more effectively, no matter the challenges you face. You’ll learn how to gain a fresh perspective and update the language you use. We will look at leading within the academic system and explore the role of negativity within leadership. You will leave better prepared to make a real difference in the long term, rather than spending your time putting out one fire after another.

Who Will Benefit:

This leadership institute is designed with particular attention to those who are looking to develop the expertise to become an exceptional department leader. The depth and breadth of this program is also suitable for those who are contemplating making a move from department chair to a higher administrative position, including program directors, division chiefs, center directors, etc.

About Leading and Influencing as a Department Chair 2017

Leading and Influencing as a Department Chair, June 12-14, 2017:

What is this event?

At conference attendee will get the skills which need to lead the strategic vision of academic department as well as faculty colleagues. You will learn tools and tactics to help you be successful in both duties as a department chair.

Event will develop you as a successful department chair and leader. It will help you to lead in a way that will help your department move past challenges.

The pre workshop will provide an in-depth examination of this increasingly important issue, including concrete steps academic leaders can take to improve civility on campus and address issues as they arise.

Where is this event located?

This event will take place at Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina, 1441 Quivira Rd, San Diego, CA, USA.

Who should attend this event?

This leadership institute is designed strictly for department chairs, with a particular emphasis on experienced chairs looking to develop the expertise to become an exceptional department leader.

What are some highlights of this event?

Event highlights:

  • Faculty Civility and Academic Freedom: Protecting the Workplace while Preserving Academic Culture
  • Setting the Stage for Effective Leadership
  • Vision and Goal-Setting in the Academic Department
  • Setting Performance Expectations
  • Mentoring and Motivating Others
  • Dealing with Difficult Colleagues
  • Tying It All Together

Speakers:

  • Jeffrey L. Buller
  • Jennifer Faust
  • Walter H. Gmelch
  • Kathleen A. Rinehart

Why should I attend this event?

By attending this event you will learn how to:

  • Handle with the most difficult complaints that you face.
  • Develop a vision and set goals within your academic department.
  • Motivate and mentor your faculty.
  • Set performance expectations for faculty.
  • Deal with difficult faculty colleagues.
  • Manage crises that occur on your watch.

 

 

 

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