It's All About Change: Negotiating the Culture for Improved Advising

 
Registration Fee: $345.00


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It's All About Change:
Negotiating the Culture for Improved Advising

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“It is critical to provide academic advisors with the understanding, knowledge, and skills that can allow them to be more effective in their work to support student learning, engagement and persistence.”
~ Dr. Wesley Habley
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Overview
While it is true that information is power, George Klemp suggests that formal knowledge is generally unrelated to superior leadership.  And Bennis and Nanus believe that successful leaders empower others to translate intention into sustained action.  This session will focus on the process of change and the roles that individuals play in leading change in academic advising on campus.

The presenter will deconstruct the complex process of change by sharing insights on the tasks to be accomplished, the structure in which those tasks are accomplished, the people who are involved in the process, and the strategies used to accomplish the tasks.  The presenter will also discuss the personal characteristics needed for individuals, regardless of their campus role, to play a leadership role in bringing about change.

Objectives
  1. understand why there is resistance to change on the college campus
  2. develop an appreciation for the roles played by critical components of the change process: tasks, people, structure, and strategy
  3. be able to integrate the critical components of the change process in analyzing their campus environment
  4. recognize that, regardless of position or status on campus, they can play a significant role in enhancing the academic advising program
Who should attend?
Key administrators in academic affairs and student affairs, enrollment management personnel, advising directors/coordinators, members of campus task force responsible for enhancements in academic advising

Who is the speaker? 
Dr. Wes Habley is a Principal Associate and Coordinator of ACT’s Office of State Organizations.  He received his BS in music education and M.Ed. in student personnel from the University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign, and his EdD. from Illinois State University in educational administration.  Prior to joining ACT, Habley directed advising programs at Illinois State University and the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Habley is co-editor of both the first (2000) and the second (2008) editions of Academic Advising: a comprehensive handbook and the author of monographs on four of ACT’s National Surveys of Academic Advising. Habley’s more recent publications include two chapters in Fostering Student Success in the College Community and What Works in Student Retention? a series of four research reports on college retention practices.  He contributed chapters to Developmental Academic Advising, Foundations: a college reader, and Faculty Advising Examined as well as numerous journal articles and chapters in monographs published by Jossey-Bass, the Center for the First Year Experience, and NACADA.

Habley is a charter member of NACADA and has served the association in numerous roles including president and treasurer.  He originated the NACADA Summer Institute on Academic Advising in 1987 and in 2006 the NACADA Summer Institute Scholarship was named in his honor. He is also the recipient of NACADA’s awards for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Academic Advising and Service to NACADA.

Habley has served as a consultant/speaker/workshop leader at more than 130 colleges in the U.S., the Middle East, and Canada.

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