Dr. David Rosowsky, former provost and senior VP of the University of Vermont and AGB Leadership Institute Cohort 1 graduate, believes the current climate affords shared governance an opportunity to heal divisions and commit to repairing the system to ensure the university’s success.
For those who have been in higher education long-term, calls for change are not unusual. But data show that most seasoned leaders learned to lead during an era of significant growth in student enrollments.
A key component of the AGB Institute for Leadership & Governance is to prepare participants to be data-informed leaders. Participants learn about a range of ways in which universities are becoming smarter in using data, ranging from the use of predictive analytics to support student success to understanding external pressures confronting academia.
The AGB Institute for Leadership & Governance was fortunate to have Dr. Paul LeBlanc share his wisdom at the Class of 2019’s recent Closing Symposium in New York City. Dr. LeBlanc shared his vision and insights regarding the transformation of Southern New Hampshire University into a world-renowned institution with 135,000 students…
3 Critical Steps to Developing Effective Working Relationships between Presidents and Boards of Trustees and Why it Matters
The relationship between higher education presidents and boards of trustees is a key predictor of how well an institution will perform. A positive working relationship, rooted in trust and respect, paves the way for a unified vision that inspires and energizes the institution as a whole.