Institutional Politics Institute: Building Cross-Campus Support for Advancement
April 19 - 20, 2012
Washington, D.C., United States
Purchase a copy of Larry Lauer's book, Learning to Love the Politics: How to Develop Institutional Support for Advancement, for just $25 (retails at $51.95) when you register for the institute.
To take advantage of this offer:
The Institutional Politics Institute has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience.
“If I just didn’t have to deal with the politics and could just do my job!”
Many of us spend as much as half our time dealing with big egos, threatened personalities, entrenched silos, autocratic administrators, personal career agendas, unanticipated jealousies and more, as we struggle to do what we know how to do for our institutions.
Sorry, the bad news is there is no way out of it! And what’s more, it’s the one course never offered in school, or at CASE… before now.
The faculty of the Institutional Politics Institute will review the hard lessons they learned over the years about getting support for what advancement is capable of doing, and then lead a series of interactive sessions to help you develop a game plan for dealing with your specific problems and concerns.
This workshop is part of a series of events held at CASE in Washington, D.C.
Discuss the urgent political issues you face at your institution.
Network with other senior-level administrators who understand and regularly address the big-pictureissues that affect institutions
Focus on skills needed to lead in a changing landscape.
Learn to work in tandem with your advancement partners.
Hear a president’s perspective on dealing with political issues both internally from faculty and professional staff, and externally from alumni and donors.
People from all areas of advancement—those who lead and those who aspire to lead: