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EAB surveyed Facilities and Estates organizations across North America, Europe, and Oceania during December 2022 to better understand their top concerns for higher ed Facilities. This blog post shares five of the key findings we identified.
This report outlines seven tactics for IT departments to develop the most effective student employment programs as possible.
Maintaining Momentum and Sustaining Progress: A Conversation with CDOs on Leading Through Challenging Times
Please join us for a roundtable discussion where we will explore the evolving role of the Chief Diversity Officer and strategies to remain effective in the everchanging landscape of higher education. EAB will host a panel discussion with CDOs from our partner institutions who will share their perspectives and insights on how to lead through adversity. Sessions are limited to Chief Diversity Officers and Vice Presidents, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Please join us this fall for EAB IGNITED where we will bring together Presidents, Provosts, Chief Business Officers, and Heads of Strategy in working sessions with peers from other institutions.
Learn four key lessons and ponder questions raised from the Presidential Experience Lab on what virtual reality might mean for higher ed.
This infographic shares 50+ high-impact tactics to help colleges and universities meet higher ed employee needs around caregiving, housing, food, and transportation.
Why DEIJ Progress in Higher Ed Has Flatlined: Three Ways to Drive Concrete Action at Your Institution
In this webinar, participants will learn about how higher education ended up in this position and what leaders must do to drive progress. Specifically, we will introduce EAB’s newest partner service, the Institutional Strategy Index for DEIJ, a tool that comprehensively and objectively evaluates the current state of your institution’s efforts against best practice and creates a personalized roadmap of actions to close gaps. This webinar best suited for Chief Diversity Officers, Provosts, Chiefs of Staff, and Vice Presidents, Student Affairs.
What 70+ higher ed leaders are saying about staff recruitment and retention in today’s competitive labor market
This blog identifies ways leaders can improve their staff recruitment and retention practices to compete in the current higher ed talent market.
Read four takeaways from EAB’s conversations with academic leaders on combatting faculty burnout and integrating a culture of well-being.
Explore the materials from this two-part series on ‘Building an Anti-Burnout Workplace Culture in Academic Affairs,’ which convened academic leaders in virtual forums to discuss the long-term strategic importance of bolstering support and fulfilling their role as an academic leader that builds a workplace that actively combats burnout.