Academic Leaders Institute

Academic Leaders Institute

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The Academic Leaders Institute (ALI) offers “competency-based” training to support the successful preparation of faculty for leadership roles. Building upon the insights and experience of effective campus leaders, the program identifies – and helps cultivate – the knowledge, skills, and personal qualities recognized as critical to effective departmental and campus leadership. This program serves Department Chairs and Associate Chairs, Program and Institute Directors and associate Directors, Deans and Associate Deans, as well as other interested faculty. A menu of options to promote the growth and development of faculty leaders is available, ranging from those which help to create a pipeline to leadership, orientation for newly appointed campus leaders, and ongoing opportunities for developing current leaders. For further information, contact the Associate Director, Shelly Miller.

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“I don’t want to be annoying, and I don’t want to fail to speak up when I think something is a problem.” Learn how to speak up when someone has bad...

8/3 9am
crucial accountability in white on blue background

“I don’t want to be annoying, and I don’t want to fail to speak up when I think something is a problem.” Learn how to speak up when someone has bad...

8/3 1pm
crucial accountability in white on blue background

“I don’t want to be annoying, and I don’t want to fail to speak up when I think something is a problem.” Learn how to speak up when someone has bad...

8/4 9am
crucial accountability in white on blue background

“I don’t want to be annoying, and I don’t want to fail to speak up when I think something is a problem.” Learn how to speak up when someone has bad...

8/4 1pm
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“I don’t want to be annoying, and I don’t want to fail to speak up when I think something is a problem.” Learn how to speak up when someone has bad...

8/5 9am

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