Below is a list of all free webinars being offered by the SAIL Institute in the Fall of 2018. Please click on the topic of your choice to be directed to the specific page:
- Supporting Executive Teams
Free one hour webinar on this topic to be offered September 24, 2018 at 11:30 A.M.
- Transformational Leadership for Student Success
Free one hour webinar on this topic to be offered October 4, 2018 at 11:30 A.M.
- Empowered Supervision for Organizational Performance in Higher Education
Free one hour webinar on this topic to be offered October 11, 2018 at 11:30 A.M.
- Leading your Campus through Change & Conflict
Free one hour webinar on this topic to be offered October 11, 2018, at 1 P.M.
- Shifting Mindsets for Successful Leadership in Higher Education
Free one hour webinar on this topic to be offered November 1, 2018 at 11:30 A.M.
Data for Effective Scaling
This webinar is intended to share theories and lessons learned to support campus and system leaders in their scaling efforts. Jason Lane, Executive Director of the Strategic, Academic and Innovative Leadership (SAIL) Institute for the State University of New York and a member of the TS3 steering committee, will discuss the theory change regarding large change efforts. Robert Todd, Director of Policy and Partnership Development at the University System of Georgia, will present on the role of data in scaling efforts. USG was awarded the TS3 HIPs grant in December, so he will also share a little bit about USG’s TS3 HIPs project.
Assertive Communications: Leading Difficult Conversations on Campus
In this session we will explore personal communication styles, discuss how to deal with aggressive and passive individuals, be more assertive in times of conflict and handle manipulation and defensiveness. Participants will better understand the impact of their non-verbal cues as well and get tips on how to give feedback quickly and easily to seek win-win results. This interactive session will give you hands on practice and practical techniques to improve your communication and confidence in handling any difficult conversation.
SUNY Student Leadership Network: Applied Learning
Elise Newkirk- Kotflia explores the relationship between applied learning and student leadership. Elise joined the State University of New York shortly after receiving her Master of the Arts Degree from the University at Albany where she studied Women’s Studies and Public policy with a research concentration on community-university partnerships. Her current work responsibilities involve directing the SUNY Applied Learning Initiative as well as SUNY and the Vibrant Community, one of the 6 Big Ideas put forth in The Power of SUNY: Strategic Plan 2010 & Beyond. Elise is interested in the best practices associated with coalition building and community engagement, especially the formation of reciprocal and sustainable partnerships. She currently on the board of the National Society for Experiential Education and on the National Association of System Heads High Impact Practices Leadership Team.
Building A Value Based Culture Around Data Analytics
A rapidly growing trend among higher education institutions is to increase the abundance and availability of student data. Included are traditional data such as demographics and academic performance; newly emerging data from learning management systems and student ID card usage; and outcomes data including employment, wages, and volunteerism. When assembled, this data can create remarkable profiles of individual students and provide new insights into how to improve the learning experience. For example, they can yield new insights as to which curriculum designs, instructional delivery, and academic support programs most effectively promote student success. Such insights can play a decisive role in helping at-risk students to learn and eventually graduate. However, while the surge in available data is reshaping the foundations of higher education, it increases the risk for “analysis paralysis,” reckless collection/storage, and improper use of data. Thus, institutions have an ethical responsibility to collect and use these data on behalf of students. In this webinar, Laura Jensen from Colorado State University and Vanessa Roof from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln share insights from their paper “The Ethical Use of Student Data and Analytics” available on the TS3 website and how they are grappling with these issues within their institutions.