New Issue Brief: How to Prepare for Tough Conversations

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Preparing for Tough Conversations:How to Set the Stage for Major Change on Your Campus

do you break bad news to faculty members, alumni, and students without crushing
morale? How can a president introduce an academic rethink and get buy-in from
skeptics? How can a leader shepherd change that truly transforms? The tough
conversations that arise in higher education are never easy— they take
forethought, careful planning, and strong campus relationships. 

In the latest Chronicle issue brief, Preparing for Tough Conversations: How to Set the Stage for Major Change on Your Campus, explore strategies for approaching sensitive topics and leading difficult dialogues. While tough workplace conversations are rarely enjoyable, meaningful and productive talks are more likely to result in positive institutional outcomes.

Get the issue brief and learn how to:

Develop strong relationships that will help you establish credibilityCollect and analyze data to make the case for change and navigate shared governanceImplement strategies for communicating your vision and getting buy-in from campus skepticsAnticipate conflict while providing constant communication to all stakeholdersFrame a crisis as an opportunity to bring about positive transformation
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