October 23-25 • Indianapolis, IN
Join leaders from colleges and universities at the 2023 FranklinCovey Higher Ed Leadership Summit to learn how you can enable greatness in administrators, faculty, staff, and students.
Hear from Executive Director of the Stephen R. Covey Leadership Center, Bret Crane and a panel of college students from Utah State University share how The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® has helped them develop personal leadership skills.
In 2022, Ivy Tech began the journey of launching 4DX (The 4 Disciplines of Execution) to help improve student retention.
Ivy Tech’s primary WIG (wildly important goal) is focused on increasing the 8-week term to 8-week term student retention, and as the most recent term came to a close, Ivy Tech saw a 5% increase compared to last year. This was almost 3% over the target goal! Join FranklinCovey senior consultant Suzanne Hays, as she explores the journey of Ivy Tech Community College in achieving breakthrough results in student retention.
Many college campuses are experiencing a mental health crisis. Mental health issues have a significant impact, regardless of size, location, or academic focus, and are only worsening. Across the country, 73% of university presidents say mental health is their most pressing issue because of its widespread and devastating effects (Deloitte).
Join Senior Staff Psychiatrist Ryan Patel as he frames the mental heal crisis and offers a wide range of strategies deployed from multiple levels to address this crisis. Examples include strategies that can be applied by university leadership, administration, faculty, staff, frontline college health professionals, department level, campus level, student body, campus community, parents, etc.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective College Students is a high-impact student success course that benefits first-year college students with essential life skills that are so needed today. Join Sean Covey, President of Education at FranklinCovey to learn how colleges and universities can:
• Enhance student engagement.
• Improve persistence.
• Strengthen student learning.
• Increase retention and completion rates.
We have a leadership crisis in higher education today, where even though our world has changed drastically, our leadership style has not. Most institutions still operate from a model of “command and control,” focusing on hierarchies and compliance from people. But because of the changing nature of the world, the workforce, work itself, and the choices we have for where and how to work and live, this way of leading is drastically outdated.
Join FranklinCovey Senior Consultants Suzanne Hays and Jodi D. Jaques as they explores how leaders in higher education are aligning staff and faculty around mission-critical objectives with The 4 Disciplines of Execution® (4DX).