Amid rising skepticism about the value of a college education — and the return on investment for parents and students alike — how can presidents of small and medium-size colleges steer their institutions toward success?
College leaders will share practical tips and strategic ideas at “What It Takes to Lead a College,” a virtual forum that answers the questions:
- In a time of great uncertainty, what leadership and strategic skills are needed, especially at tuition-driven private institutions?
- How can leaders be more innovative and resilient amid mounting internal and external pressures?
- What advice would current and former college leaders share from their own personal and professional experiences?
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