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Strengthening the Talent Pipeline From Within: Career Mobility Strategies to Improve Both Retention and Recruitment (For Research Universities)

In this session, participants will learn about next-level strategies with proven ROI for strengthening the internal talent pipeline and fostering career development and advancement for staff. Sessions are best suited for Vice Presidents, Student Affairs, Vice Presidents, Enrollment Management, Chiefs of Staff, and Chief Business Officers.

Strengthening the Talent Pipeline From Within: Career Mobility Strategies to Improve Both Retention and Recruitment

In this session, participants will learn about next-level strategies with proven ROI for strengthening the internal talent pipeline and fostering career development and advancement for staff. Sessions are best suited for Vice Presidents, Student Affairs, Vice Presidents, Enrollment Management, Chiefs of Staff, and Chief Business Officers.

Research and Services

The Right Way to Engage with Your Institutional Heritage

This resource provides step-by-step guidance to assist colleges and universities in their efforts towards institutional reckoning and healing.

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EAB IgnitED: On-Demand Materials

Access the on-demand materials from our EAB IgnitED sessions, which bring together provosts, chief business officers, and chiefs of strategy for closed-door discussions and cross-cabinet working groups.

EAB Virtual Strategy Forum for Presidents: On-Demand Materials

Access the materials from our Virtual Strategy Forum sessions, where presidents learned about dynamic strategic planning and discussed emerging approaches with their peers.

EAB Virtual Strategy Forum for Chiefs of Staff: On-Demand Materials

Get the resources from our Virtual Strategy Forums, where attendees learned about emerging approaches to dynamic strategy from EAB experts and peers.

Quick Reads

Rethinking the academic affairs organizational structure

There are some considerations for rethinking the academic structure: functional alignment, institutional priorities, strategic altitude, and provost’s individual priorities. The provost needs to need to balance functional alignment with institutional and individual priorities. There are of course many other considerations such as timing, change management, and communications.

How academic units can show alignment with and measure progress towards university goals

This blog explores how one of EAB’s rising higher education leaders fellows created a strategic plan data model. This model was used to evaluate goal progression and produce succinct reports showing CCI’s alignment with university goals.

Fiscal literacy for department chairs

While management of financial resources is one of their top responsibilities, often department chairs who are charged with stewardship of a significant portion of the university’s resources are provided the least amount of training to do so.

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