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  • NACE Career Services Leadership Roundtable

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    • Date: Friday, October 23, 2020
    • Time: 9 a.m. – Noon ET
    • Location: Touro College, 227 West 60th Street, Manhattan, NY 10023

    • Career Level: Basic-, intermediate-, and advanced-level career services professionals
    • Competency: Staff development and supervision
    • Fee: $75 (member); $100 (nonmember)
    • Summary

      Join like-minded leaders in career services to engage in meaningful dialogue through moderated discussion to gain insight into changes within the field, create an action plan for development, and increase successful outcomes in partnership with your leadership accountability partner. Topics of discussion will include:

      • As we are all well aware, the higher education landscape is evolving at a rapid pace. What observations can you share about this evolution relative to institutions' shifting expectations of career services leaders?
      • Shifts in higher education point to the need for a different style of career services leader. What competencies, skills, and mindset are needed to move from a traditional leadership style to a transformative leadership style in career services?
      • Different institutions employ a range of strategies relative to the positioning and role of career services leaders, most often based on institutional priorities. A growing number of institutions have repositioned the role within the C-suite, while others maintain a more traditional reporting structure and have career services report to a member of the C-suite.
      • What implications do these different approaches have for career services leaders?
      • What do you see as the differences in the strategic approach for career services leaders with regard to gaining buy-in; influencing and advancing strategy; and achieving outcomes, such as contributing to institutional effectiveness and enhancing student outcomes?
      • Based on your own experiences and those of your colleagues in the field, what actionable, practical take-aways might you offer to career services leaders to advance the impact of career services at their respective institutions?

      Following this program, you will be able to:

      • Examine current trends in the field through lens of leadership development
      • Explore leadership strategies to respond to change and leverage future success
      • Develop an action plan for leadership development focusing on impact


    Visit the professional development FAQ page, or contact the NACE Professional Development Team via e-mail or phone, 610.625.1026.

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    Touro College

NACE Career Services Leadership Roundtable