#EDU19 – A Shared Vision for Change: Strategies, Approaches, Techniques

Change in higher education requires a shared vision and sustainable approaches to leading transformation. Representatives from two universities will share experiences for engaging stakeholders in a vision for change and corresponding strategies for identifying and developing people within organizations who possess critical abilities—influence, empathy, and resilience—for guiding others through uncertainty.

Outcomes: Understand how you can use images to develop a shared vision for change * Strategize how to develop and apply the capacity to influence, empathize, and be resilient when managing change * Explore how to develop abilities in others/existing staff who work on change management initiatives

Resources:

Forces Driving Change

Visual Metaphor Cards

  • Change through images, visual metaphor cards – used to stimulate discussions
  • Inclusive, creative, expressive, transparent

Identifying Skills of Others to Help with Change – Catalysts

  • Awareness
  • Experience
  • Global mindset
  • Ability to seek guidance
  • Identify professional development
  • Delayed gratification
  • Emotional intelligence

Facilitation

  • Hold the tension of uncertainty
  • Embrace ambiguity
  • Patience
  • Recognize opportunity to add value across the institution
  • Listening, engagement, reporting to multiple stakeholders
  • Fostering trust, empathy, capacity
  • Monitor willingness / eagerness to share expertise
  • Flexibility
  • Partnerships
  • Communication

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