Addressing the Mental Health Crisis on College Campuses: Practical Strategies for Higher Education Leaders
January 18 @ 1 pm EST
Many college campuses are experiencing a mental health crisis. Mental health issues have a significant impact, regardless of size, location, or academic focus, and are only worsening. Across the country, 73% of university presidents say mental health is their most pressing issue because of its widespread and devastating effects (Deloitte).
This presentation will discuss a wide range of strategies deployed from multiple levels to address this crisis. Examples include strategies that can be applied by university leadership, administration, faculty, staff, frontline college health professionals, department level, campus level, student body, campus community, parents, etc.
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Managing College Stress: How to Help Students Weather the Mental Health Crisis
Mental health and stress on college campuses isn’t new. Stress and anxiety have long been connected with higher education under the guise that pushing students to their mental limits is how universities can prepare them for future success. Across the country, 73% of university presidents say mental health is their most pressing issue because of its widespread and devastating effects.
In this report, we’ll dive deep into research surrounding stress and mental health issues affecting college students and their impact on the universities—and what you can do about it.
Lead Your College Through Economic Uncertainty
December 14 @ 1 pm EST
January 25 @ 11 am EST
When economic uncertainty is encountered, gaps within colleges and universities become more obvious, and it can be natural for staff and faculty to experience fear. This paralyzes their ability to think, innovate, create, and execute.
When leaders model and coach skills of proactivity and build trust through transparency, institutional success is sustained and amplified.
During this live 60-minute webcast, we will highlight:
- How to model skills of proactivity to decrease uncertainty.
- Actions leaders can take to calm fears, intently hear concerns, and coach individuals.
- Behaviors of trust that will help your people collaborate more effectively, operate faster, and achieve sustainable results.
- Win-Win agreements that eliminate ambiguity.
Case Study Video
University of North Florida: Taylor Leadership Institute Case Study
In partnership with FranklinCovey LeaderU, the Taylor Leadership Institute at the University of North Florida facilitates both curricular and co-curricular leadership education, emphasizing the promotion and reward of personal, civic, and community engagement through rigorous and innovative programs that advance student leadership development.
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Inclusive Leadership: Three Keys to Building an Authentic, High-Trust Culture on Your Campus
Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is the new workplace mantra, and for good reason—organizations that lead in DEI are 25%–36% more profitable, have innovation rates up to 20% higher, and enjoy better employee engagement and retention, according to the World Economic Forum. This guide outlines practical steps leaders can take to lead more inclusively and create a high-trust environment where everyone can contribute their best effort and ideas.
C-Suite Podcast: Episode 38
Keep Your Head in the Game: Reggie Fils-Aime
Join the former President and Chief Operating Officer of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils-Aime, as he speaks about his immersive leadership style. Reggie shares how leaders can shape the vision and communicate effectively in a way that fosters human connection in a digital world.
FranklinCovey LeaderU Article
Alternative Credentials: What Are They and How Do They Apply to Postsecondary Education?
Currently, there is a misalignment between the skills employers are seeking and the skills potential employees have. In fact, of nearly 20 thousand employers polled globally, 69% reported they are struggling to find workers with the right blend of technical and human skills – a 15-year high. This isn’t merely a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In 2019, 75% of U.S. HR professionals reported a shortage of technical and human skills in job applicants.
Learners need evidence of their in-demand skills and tools to showcase their professional readiness. Colleges and universities can help them do this through a system they already have in place: credentials.
In this article, we will take a look at the different types of micro-credentials out there and how higher education institutions can use them to strengthen and spotlight student skills.
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