THE CHANGE LEADER

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The Benefits of Women and Minority Leadership in Higher Ed-Changing Higher Ed Podcast 146 with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Guest Elissa Sangster

The Benefits of Women and Minority Leadership in Higher Ed:

Changing Higher Ed Podcast 146 with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Guest Elissa Sangster

Dr. Drumm McNaughton discusses the benefits of women and minority leadership in higher ed with CEO Elissa Sangster of the Forté Foundation, a nonprofit that helps women thrive as leaders and that has increased the percentage of women in MBA programs at universities from 25% to 42%. Elissa tackles the benefits of leadership and thought diversity, transforming boards to attract more diverse leadership and students, the steps to build a more supportive atmosphere for women and minorities in leadership positions, how to attain 50/50 representation in the classroom, and best practices higher ed can emulate to support women and minority leadership.

21st Century Leadership in Higher Education - Insights for Success with Dr. Harris Pastides

21st Century Leadership in Higher Education – Insights for Success:

Changing Higher Ed Podcast 119 with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Guest Dr. Harris Pastides

Pastides’ caring and compassionate approach to leadership at the University of South Carolina has yielded trust, goodwill, and meaningful relationships with both students and faculty. His leadership style has also created positive, measurable outcomes: under Pastides, the University of South Carolina became the number-one honors college in the United States, as well as the top-ranking school in terms of student freshmen experience.

Compassion for Students Is the Key to Student Persistence- Changing Higher Ed Podcast

Compassion for Students Is the Key to Student Persistence:

Changing Higher Ed Podcast 112 with Host Dr. Drumm McNaughton and Guest Marvin Krislov

When higher education programs align with compassion for students, student persistence and graduation rates change for the better. Pace University is proving this by offering unique types of support and resources for students. Among those resources is a 101-level course offered to all first-year students. Marvin Krislov, the president of Pace University, is one of the very few presidents who still teaches classes – and he is one of the teachers of this 101-level course.

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