The Harvard Institutes for Higher Education also offer programs that address more focused leadership challenges and contexts.
Women in Education Leadership brings together educators from preK–12 and higher education to consider the distinctive challenges facing women leaders and create ongoing connections with like-minded women committed to leading change in diverse educational settings.
Crisis Leadership in Higher Education draws on the expertise of faculty from HGSE and the Harvard Kennedy School to examine best practices for preventing and responding to crises on college and university campuses.
Leading for Student Success in Higher Education is designed to prepare participants to lead their institution’s change management process and bring stakeholders together to coalesce around achieving equitable student success.
The Seminar on Leadership of the Faculty gathers chief academic officers and others with institution-wide oversight of the faculty domain to examine and reconsider, under a new lens and informed by the latest research, the persistent challenges of developing and leading college faculty.
Instructional Moves: Making Classroom Discussions More Inclusive and Effective, a two-week online workshop, builds on the resources delivered by Instructional Moves, an HGSE project that promotes high-leverage teaching strategies.
Strategies for Effective Facilitation is a four-week blended program where participants experience job-embedded learning to assess, strengthen, and practice their group facilitation skills through an integrated online and on-campus learning experience.
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