Liberate Your Leadership
March 13, 2024
Does a job that once brought you joy and purpose sometimes feel like a relentless grind of grueling days and intractable problems? Is the strategy of working longer and harder in times of great stress no longer functional or sustainable?
You are not alone! Across higher education, we are seeing extraordinary levels of depletion, burnout, and turnover. But there is an alternative.
We can let go of our “fire-fighter-in-chief” modus operandi and embrace a new leadership paradigm. When we move from overextending and rescuing to co-designing, from heroism and self-sacrifice to empowering those we lead, we liberate our creativity and vision, and foster equitable, highly motivated campus cultures.
In this webinar, women of color thought-leaders who have served in senior administrative roles share concrete strategies they have used to take off the superhero’s cape, liberate their leadership, and build capacity in the communities they serve.
Isis Artze-VegaProvost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Valencia College
Julia “Chinyere” OparahFounder and Executive Director, Center for Liberated Leadership
Wendi WilliamsProvost, Fielding Graduate University
Margaret HunterStrategic Advisor to the Dean for Faculty DEI Initiatives, Santa Clara University
Kathryn EnkeSenior Advisor for Leadership, Strategy, and Governance, AAC&U
This webinar is designed and sponsored by the Center for Liberated Leadership. The Center connects, resources and develops leaders who are driving change in their organizations and communities so that they can infuse their work lives with wellness, passion and purpose.