Building and Sustaining a Legacy: Best Practices in Transformational Leadership

with Doris Ching, Harry Le Grande, Greg Sawyer, Joanna M. Iwata

About This Course

In view of the unique challenges facing senior student affairs officers to set the stage in responding to complex issues on our campuses, it requires the visionary capacity of our leaders to not only build but sustain an inclusive high impact approach in working with their teams and key stakeholders within (and external) to their institutions to transform the norms.

In preparing the next generation of colleagues (in developing new, mid-level and senior student affairs professionals), panelists will address their own best practices in how to effectively sustain a culture of inquiry and innovation as distinguished pillars within our profession.


This session is free for NASPA members, $99 for non-members. Pricing will be accurately reflected in your cart.

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