Committees and task forces are ubiquitous in higher education; yet, most faculty and administrators dread committee work. Unclear purposes, ineffective group process, and ugly politics can derail a committee’s work no matter how important the charge is.
Join us in Minneapolis to learn how to more effectively lead, and take part in, committees and task forces on your campus. Whether your committee is just forming or has been around longer than anyone can remember, this unique program will offer practical strategies, tools, and resources to ensure your success.
Academic Impressions has conducted a survey of 300 higher-ed professionals, and what we learned about task forces and committees in higher education was both revealing and powerful.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
We recommend that task force and committee chairs, co-chairs, and other informal leaders attend this program. Senior executives who have one or more committees report to them will also benefit.
WHAT MAKES THIS PROGRAM UNIQUE?
This program is truly one of a kind. Designed with leadership expert, Pat Sanaghan, this conference is highly practical and offers many different tools and assessments that you can use back on campus to improve your committee and task force effectiveness.
We want you to be satisfied with your Academic Impressions learning experience. If the program you purchased fails to meet your expectations, please contact us within 30 days and let us know. We’ll credit the full amount you paid toward another AI program that may better fit your needs.