With the recent global shift to remote work for an indeterminate period of time, it is imperative for school administrators, faculty and staff to be able to partner and collaborate in this new normal. Join us for this webinar and hear from three seasoned academic leaders as we explore best practices in different global contexts. You’ll learn about different facets of academic leadership, structure, process and technological infrastructure, how to mediate tensions while going beyond prejudices and building effective and efficient collaborations, and how to engage people in long-term partnerships to insure everyone’s well-being and quality outcomes.
- Describe the expectations of Faculty, Staff and Administrators for successful face-to-face and remote collaboration
- Describe the influence engaging leaders have in fostering encouragement and meaning in all contributions when uncertainty and anxiety exists within the workplace
- Identify areas of evaluation and corresponding best practices to increase alignment of goals and shared understanding in global partnerships
- Identify best practices towards successful and sustainable partnerships through the strategic use of space and technology
Wednesday, November 4, 2020 | 10:00 - 11:00 am (EDT) | 4:00 - 5:00 pm (CEST) | 10:00 - 11:00 pm (SGT)
Who Should Attend
This webinar is for deans, associate deans, department heads, unit managers and anyone else involved in the management of business schools or leading transformation. It is also open to faculty and staff who are interested in learning about forming and sustaining successful relationships in the academic setting.
Space is limited! Register now!
This webinar will be delivered using Zoom Meeting.
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