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Consequential Agendas Make for Highly Effective Committees

Among the many boards I have worked with as an AGB consultant, one of the most frequent concerns I hear is that their committees area not as effective as they would like. One look at their agendas...

Complimentary Webinar: Transformative Fundraising: Top of Pyramid Initiatives

2:00-3:00 ET

Our goal is to assist institutions and foundations in successfully engaging a special group of donors/partners—the top 2% in serious conversations about million-dollar plus gifts to support institutional mission and aspiration. To achieve this level of interaction, institutions must be able to offer investment opportunities that have a look and feel different from the typical donor request.

What Do Board Members Need to Know About DACA?

What Do Board Members Need to Know About DACA?On Sept. 5, the Trump administration announced that it was rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Created by an Obama...

Supporting the Essential Relationship Between Board and President

The following is an excerpt from AGB Press' The Role of the Board Professional, written by Charlene K. Reed. A successful college or university presidency and, by extension, a...

Trustees and Organizational Development: Making It Personal

In April 2016, my institution launched an innovative year-long leadership development program that included the president, the president’s leadership team, and 20 other senior administrators...

AGB Publishes Guidelines on Freedom of Speech

As the new academic year gets underway, campuses are bracing for a renewal of conflict and controversy over freedom of speech. Key aspects of each new flashpoint will vary, depending as they...

Complimentary Webinar: How to Optimize Your Investment Committee Governance Practices

2:00-3:15pm ET

The spiraling cost of higher education, and declining public support, have made endowment growth essential for institutional survival. And good governance is essential to achieve that growth. Too often, however, the importance of sound investment governance is overlooked, and this neglect compounds the risks inherent to investing.

The webinar will be held with GoToWebinar.

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Webinar: Let's Talk About Value: How to Become an Advocate for Higher Ed

2:30-3:45 pm ET

The skepticism facing the sector today demands a response from the country’s nearly 50,000 governing board members. That is why AGB has launched The Guardians Initiative: Reclaiming the Public Trust™—to harness the knowledge and passion of the nation’s trustees and foster informed, dedicated and effective advocacy for American higher education.

Group rates are available for AGB member institutions—$519 for an individual webinar. Group rates allow for an unlimited number of participants from one campus. Please contact registrar@agb.org or 202-776-0840 for more information and to register a group.

All sales are final. No refunds are available if you are unable to attend.

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Complimentary Webinar: Strength in Numbers: Mergers and Affiliations in Higher Education

2:00-3:00 pm ET

Mergers and affiliations provide opportunities to streamline institutional operating models and achieve sustainable growth. Becoming “affiliation ready” can make the difference between mission fulfillment and economic failure. Yet, every institution should assess its own capacity to leverage integration with other organizations. Join this webinar to hear the experiences and best practices of institutions that have successfully partnered.

Complimentary Webinar: Serving All Students: Increasing Revenue through Diversified Enrollment Strategies

3:30-4:30 pm ET 

Enrollment for traditional-aged students is predicted to remain relatively flat, while the adult-student population will increase. This webinar will explore strategies for institutions to diversify their enrollment portfolio to support and attract more age-diverse learners.

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