Content Type: Daily Briefing
Behind the mistakes are common emotional responses that can hurt your credibility and disengage your team, according to one communication expert and five-time TED speaker.
As colleges grow their applicant pools, it can be harder for admissions teams to remain responsive to incoming students and their parents. Social media can be a low-resource tool for solving the problem.
The negative effects of a rude email can spill out of the workplace and into employees’ home lives, according to a professor of labor and employment relations.
‘Students are more likely to respond to messages that focus on them and their goals, rather than on the University’s rules and policies,’ says one director of student success initiatives.
Pivotal moments can mean the difference between success and failure for your students. Here’s how to help students navigate them, according to EAB experts at CONNECTED19.
One of life’s great paradoxes is that our most important priorities rarely come with specific deadlines, writes one author and former clinical psychologist.
One of the benefits of Pathways is that it helps students explore a variety of different related programs without credit loss. However, it does not explicitly address the needs of students who may want to change their pathway entirely. To prevent these high-achieving students from stopping out of the college altogether, Volunteer State Community College takes a proactive approach by identifying at-risk students in advance and offering them alternative opportunities that still fit their long-term goals.
University presidents need bold strategy to differentiate themselves in an increasingly competitive market.
Application season is ending, and we’ve rounded up creative strategies for engaging admitted students—tried and tested by more than 25 diverse EAB partner institutions.
Being productive over the holidays doesn’t necessarily mean checking tasks off your to-do list or knocking out big projects.