Leading strategic change in Higher Education
Many HEIs are feeling squeezed by a combination of domestic pressure, growing international competition and an intensifying debate about the value of HE.
Changing fast risks us not bringing staff – whether academics or professional services – along with us. Staff may become frustrated and cynical, asking ‘What’s in it for me?’ and not getting on board with the wider agenda.
Our guide looks at:
- Insights from our benchmarking data and learnings from high-scoring organisations
- Best-practice examples of engaging staff and leading change successfully
- Guidance for bringing staff with you through change
- Leadership behaviours that help drive change
What can we learn from high scoring organisation in the private sector? How are they behaving and what are they doing to create change and engage employees?
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