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July 2022

Advanced Title IX Investigator Training and Certification

July 10 - August 12

As Title IX 2020 Final Regulations and accompanying OCR Guidance continue to unfold, so do the complexities involved in sexual harassment cases that universities must address. Even experienced investigators need space to further refine and enrich their investigative skills. This training will provide learning space and allow experienced investigators to refine and advance their investigative skills while obtaining invaluable insights from our expert faculty and their peers. Join us this July for a virtual advanced-level investigator certification training. This training…

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Bridging the Equity Gap in Higher Education

July 10 - July 12

Students of color, first-generation students, and low-income students typically encounter the most barriers to retention and graduation at institutions. Research shows that low-income students are less likely to return to campus after the summer, first-generation students are less likely to graduate on time, and that Black and Latinx students are more likely to enroll part-time in college or take time away from their degrees. As universities navigate increased diversity in admissions, faculty and staff must focus on new efforts to…

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Women’s Leadership Success in Higher Education

July 12 - July 14

Are you looking to take the next step in leadership but aren’t sure where to start? What strengths do you have that can help you lead with excellence? Would you like to connect with other women leaders in higher education for shared learning and support? Please join us for this powerful two-day leadership conference and experience. With this event, you will have opportunities to build a valuable affinity network with your peers that can provide mentorship and guidance as you…

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Building Stronger Teams with Empathy and Humility

July 18 at 5:00 am - 8:00 am

The Covid-19 pandemic laid bare issues with retention, psychological safety, and a sense of belonging that leaders in higher education must face on their own teams. Faculty and staff thrive on strong teams with a positive, productive culture, and leaders who are empathic and humble create a team culture where it is possible to undo toxic traits, bridge cultural divides, and increase employee retention. Join us for an interactive, 3-hour virtual training to help leaders learn how to build practical…

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August 2022

Using Empathy and Humility in Managing Difficult Faculty and Staff

August 1 at 6:00 am - 7:00 am

Many leaders encounter team members with toxic or narcissistic traits, and those team members can wreck a team dynamic if left unchecked. Join us for a 1-hour discussion to strategize how to address difficult team members from a place of humility and empathy. You’ll have the opportunity to further explore themes from Building Stronger Teams with Empathy and Humility for Leaders and to connect with leaders across higher education who are facing similar challenges.

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