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Best Practice Presentation (45 minute presentation about a specific best practice)

Abstract

In this presentation, we discuss an example of developing a leadership network for Chairs on a small regional campus. We argue that when a campus has limited leadership capital, a peer group can serve as powerful professional development platform for new and upcoming chairs.

Keywords

leadership, professional development, peer support, chair network

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Seizing the Opportunity: Creating a Chair Development Network

In this presentation, we discuss an example of developing a leadership network for Chairs on a small regional campus. We argue that when a campus has limited leadership capital, a peer group can serve as powerful professional development platform for new and upcoming chairs.