HOLISTIC APPROACHES TO TRANSFORMING HIGHER ED INSTITUTIONS
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
New Challenges Demand New Solutions
Higher ed faces great challenges – institutions closing their doors, student demographics changing, enrollment declining, more federal regulations, accreditation more difficult, and faculty resisting critical changes. The list goes on and on.
The problem is that many higher ed institutions try to solve today’s problems with old solutions. The playbook changed and most institutions don’t have the new plays. “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
This is where The Change Leader excels.
We know higher education – our team has 50+ years of higher ed experience – but it takes more than higher ed experience to navigate today’s challenges. It takes having “been there and done that” in multiple industries and situations – everything from flying military aircraft in hostile situations to unexpected leadership transitions to faculty distrust of administration to building and implementing strategic and turnaround plans.
Bottom line, we know how to navigate crises and transform your institution. We’ve done it before, and we will show you a new way of thinking so you can do it too. And we’ll be with you throughout the process to ensure your success.
You have a choice: Struggle or transform. Because as the saying goes, change is inevitable but growth is optional.
CREATE YOUR PATH TO SUCCESS
Chart your course
to new horizons and
IMPLEMENT CRITICALLY NEEDED CHANGES
Implement the changes
you critically need
without resistance to change
TURN CRISES INTO GROWTH
from crisis and
transform your institution
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