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Webinar Series: How to Lead Effectively Regardless of Title

In higher education disability resource offices, we all have the opportunity to advocate for access, regardless of the specific position we occupy. We are all positioned to motivate and mobilize ourselves, our teams, and our entire campus communities to envision and pursue seamless access in which disability is valued as an aspect of diversity, and access is a matter of justice. However, achieving the vision requires working effectively both within our teams and with our campus colleagues to recognize and embrace our collective capacity to promote equitable, inclusive campus structures and systems.

In this four-part webinar series, you will explore opportunities and strategies to both sharpen your skillset and recognize the leadership expertise you already have. James Hunter says that leadership means having the skills to influence people to enthusiastically work toward goals identified as being for the common good. For us, this includes making a difference for students, faculty, co-workers and other stakeholders on our campuses, who all have a role to play in supporting the development of an accessible campus. It also means self-leadership, which is supporting your own interests and goals as you pursue new professional opportunities and build a fulfilling career.

AHEAD Members: Please be sure you sign in using the email address and password associated with your AHEAD membership  to receive the discounted price of $179.00.