NCCI offers various types of online education—free for anyone on your campus through your NCCI membership.

NCCI’s Power60 webinars are hour-long discussions led by higher education thought leaders. Power60s are held monthly and open to all. While there are no fees for NCCI member campuses, registration is necessary. Past topics included Cultural Humility and Intercultural Praxis, Creating a Culturally Responsive and Validated Leadership Framework, and Change Management and your Process Improvement Project.

Learning Together to Transform Higher Education

The Exchange is an online networking opportunity for NCCI members to share ideas, tools, and best practices relating to the topic of change, innovation, strategy, and/or leadership development. As a result of participating in these sessions, participants will strengthen relationships with peers, grow their knowledge, and become better equipped to transform higher education institutions as change leaders.

Leading Change in Higher Education: Virtual Workshop presented by AASCU and NCCI

May 23, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm Eastern

The higher education environment continues to evolve in new and often unpredictable ways. The challenges are varied and constantly evolving, from the changing landscape of diversity, equity, and inclusion to the declining enrollments and corresponding budget realignments and waning public support for higher education. Leaders must be prepared to lead in this unsettling environment and continue to move their institutions forward. It is more important now than ever that higher education leaders have the tools they need to drive proactive and strategic change on campus. This virtual workshop will highlight the Change Leadership Toolkit (CLT), a step-by-step, research-based guidebook for leaders engaged in projects that touch multiple departments, divisions, or units and require deep and meaningful changes to policies, procedures, norms, and cultures. The CLT was developed by Susan Elrod, Adrianna Kezar, and Angel de Jesus Gonzalez and published by the Pullias Center for Higher Education at the University of Southern California.