How to Successfully Implement Higher Education Leadership Programs into Your Curriculum
About the Webinar
Higher education leadership programs equip student learners with the skills they need to succeed in their career. That varies from Associate, Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctorate, and Executive/Continuing Education programming.
However, that doesn’t just mean technical skills. More and more, leadership development is becoming an important part of the higher education experience, and with good reason. Higher education leadership programs help student learners strengthen communication and collaboration skills, become more agile and resilient, and ultimately learn how to affect positive change in the world around them. In addition, having strong higher education leadership programs help increase the value of the educational experience.
In this webinar, our CCL experts in higher education discuss the current challenges schools face from a leadership curriculum perspective. They’ll highlight ways higher education institutions are developing the leaders of tomorrow – whether they’re undergrads or graduate students.
Our CCL team will be joined by David Taliaferro, Commandant of Cadets at Cal Maritime Academy. We’ll be highlighting his work incorporating a robust leadership curriculum for cadets and the challenges that inevitably come along with an initiative this size.
What You’ll Learn
In this webinar you’ll learn:
- Current challenges in student learning leadership curriculum
- How institutions are pivoting with virtual and online/digital offerings
- Ideas to generate new revenue and expand student learning offerings
- Interactive dialogue and a Q&A session with attendees
About the Presenters
Senior Faculty and Director, Higher Education Practice, Societal Advancement
Center for Creative Leadership
Todd brings 30 years of experience in institutions of higher education to CCL and its Higher Ed Practice. Todd’s professional journey in higher education included rising through the faculty ranks to tenured Full Professor, during which time he also served a 5-year stint as Associate Dean for Academic & Student Affairs and 10 years as Executive Director for the Office of Leadership & Community Engagement in the Division of Student Affairs at Georgia Southern University. Todd has developed and taught undergraduate leadership courses and has designed and delivered experiential learning opportunities focused on understanding and developing collective leadership for students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
Director of Higher Education and Learning Organization Partnerships, The Americas
Center for Creative Leadership
Tim leads CCL’s Higher Education & Learning Organization Partnerships for the Americas. For the past 15 years, Tim has spent his time developing leaders in both Secondary and Higher Education institutions. In his role at CCL, Tim advises Universities, Colleges, and Community Colleges on how to create short-form leadership development offerings for their learners. He has helped Executive Education and Continuing Education institutions stand-up research-backed leadership certificate courses and programming for alumni and local professionals.
Commandant of Cadets
California State University Maritime Academy