Quantity is Not Always Quality
Conversations about the need for transformation in education aren’t new. However, this past year has demonstrated that transformation is possible – and at greater speeds than we ever realized. As we look ahead to the future of higher education, it’s filled with both excitement and uncertainty. Today, Dr. Janet Pilcher is joined by Dr. Natalie Harder, President of Coker University, to discuss leadership, transformation, and the importance of integrity and excellence in higher education.
This episode addresses questions, such as:
- What are some of the biggest opportunities for higher education going forward?
- How can leaders in higher ed support their teams through the obstacles of transformation?
- What characteristics will define successful higher ed leaders in the future?
Consider joining us virtually at our DHP Higher Education Leadership Conference where Dr. Harder will be a keynote presenter. You can also hear more from Natalie on her past AYP episodes, #53: Building Strong Leadership Teams and #76 Move Forward by Doing the Next Right Thing.
Featured Episode Resources
STUDER EDUCATION | DHP HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Higher education faces a decade of tremendous change that will bring opportunities and challenges. This past year accelerated those changes. We invite you to join higher education colleagues from across the country to listen, discuss, learn and reflect on all that is happening and all the possibilities ahead.
9P | ORGANIZATIONAL EXCELLENCE
It’s not enough for organizations to be good. For those who want to be the top and timeless choice in the market, excellence must be the goal. Organizational excellence is achieved by focusing on culture and strategy.
9P | CULTURE & STRATEGY OF ORGANIZATIONAL EXCELLENCE
How do I attain organizational excellence? In this video, Dr. JoAnn Sternke breaks down the connection between culture and strategy for those on an excellence journey.
9P | ACCOUNTABILITY
In our world and time, it sure seems like accountability is something that happens to us. In fact, it may even seem like accountability is forced on us. There is much cross-industry discussion and pondering about the difference between responsibility and accountability.