Garnett Stokes, President of University of New Mexico, discusses the mindset of accepting new leadership challenges, the responsibilities of institutional leaders as employers, required skills for effective leadership, and navigating the small world of higher ed.
The University Innovation Alliance offers a collection of gift ideas for higher ed leaders, including organizing tools, stress relief products, travel accessories, useful tech peripherals, and a few just-for-fun items.
Tim Renick, Executive Director of the National Institute for Student Success at Georgia State University, discusses DFW rates and the accelerator model, the pandemic’s lingering impact on student success, the hurdles of institutional culture, and gauging a school’s readiness to implement change.
Chris Howard, EVP and COO of Arizona State University, discusses how leadership is more than a title, what a president actually does, an early lesson from the military, and three books that helped him define his role.
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The University Innovation Alliance revisits favorite conversations with higher ed leaders on the Innovating Together Podcast in a collection of the best career advice our guests have received, and what advice they most often share with tomorrow’s leaders.
The University Innovation Alliance revisits favorite conversations with higher ed leaders on the Innovating Together Podcast in 2022 and 2023. Guests include Michael Rao, M. Brian Blake, Taylor Randall, Valerie Sheares Ashby, Michael Sorrell, Cindy Larive, Daria J. Willis, and Mark David Milliron.
Becky Takeda-Tinker, President of Colorado State University Global, discusses higher ed for working adults, how university leaders must balance positivity and assertiveness, and the increasing role of data in running an institution and in leadership decisions.
Mark Milliron, National University President, of California, discusses his broad experience in leadership positions, the workings and role of a board of trustees no matter what the institution, and the ups and downs of leading actual people, the backbone of any organization.
Cindy Larive, University of California, Santa Cruz Chancellor, discusses how she went from avoiding to embracing administrative leadership, the pandemic's lessons about collaboration and community, and her view of what it will take to reenergize higher ed.