It is no secret that the last 2 years of budget cuts and booming enrollment have created a challenging environment for higher education institutions nationally. Higher education professionals are finding it difficult to remain motivated and provide a quality learning environment as they search for solutions to dwindling resources and increased workloads. This entertaining workshop will explore new and innovative ways to boost employee morale in these difficult times, maintain productivity and at the same time increase levels of customer service at your campus.
- Introduce strategies to empower and motivate employees who are feeling disenfranchised
- Identify and analyze campus leaders’ role in enhancing campus climate
- Evaluate techniques that may be implemented to improve campus morale and ultimately efficiency and productivity
- Inspire excellence through hands-on leadership
- Develop 10 “Morale Booster” ideas to reverse low employee morale
Who should attend?
- Campus Leaders including Vice Presidents and Deans
- Human Resources Directors
- Mid-level Managers
- Directors & Assistant Directors
Who is the speaker?
Dr. Geri Anderson currently serves as the Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs and Provost for the Colorado Community College System. In the role of Chief Academic and Student Affairs Officer, she provides leadership for all community college academic and student affairs policy review and development, ensures the development and enhancement of high quality career and technical and transfer education programs through on-going program review, assessment of student learning, high academic standards and the expansion of scholarship/creative activity. In addition to providing leadership at the postsecondary level, Dr. Anderson is responsible for the administration of the Colorado Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Plan and the Colorado Technical Education Act for all secondary and postsecondary programs.
Prior to joining the Colorado Community College System, Dr. Anderson served as the Vice President of Student Learning at Front Range Community College, the largest community college in Colorado. In her 30 years experience as a higher education administrator and faculty member she has worked at large public research institutions, private liberal arts colleges and public community colleges.