Talent Strategy is here to support academic leaders with best practices on a variety of topics, including leadership. This page contains a selection of curated resources. If you have any questions regarding the resources or additional issues you'd like to discuss with our team of experts, please email [email protected]. Our team will respond within one business day.
Training Resources for Onboarding New Staff and Faculty
Training Resources for Goal Setting
How to Ask for and Receive Feedback
- How to Ask for Feedback That Will Actually Help You, Peter Bregman, December 5, 2014, Harvard Business Review.
- The Art of Receiving Feedback: Understanding our Triggers, Federico Mete, October 24, 2021, Medium.com.
- Finding the Coaching in Criticism, Sheila Heen and Douglas Stone, Harvard Business Review, January 2014.
How to Lead in a Changing World
- Understand Social Identity to Lead in a Changing World: Center for Creative Leadership, February 7, 2023.
- Building Resilience: Building Your Resilience, American Psychological Association, January 2, 2012.
Handling Challenging Situations
Training Resources for Handling Conflict
- How to Navigate Conflict with a Coworker, Amy Gallo, Harvard Business Review, September-October 2020.
- Pygmalion Effect: What Is It and How to Use It as a Manager? Crisevelis Acosta, 3/30/22, Management 3.0.
Additional Leadership & Consultancy Resources
The Talent Strategy Center of Excellence (TSCoE) team maintains a community of external consultants specializing in leadership coaching and consultation in more than dozen specialties.
- Individual and team coaching
- Building executive leadership
- Selection assessment
- Onboarding of new leaders
- DEI and Belonging
- Effective change
- Strategic planning
- Navigating culture and conflict in the workplace
- Delegation and decision making
- Project/process management
- Developing and supervising flexible work teams
- Building relationships
- Appreciative inquiry
Interested in learning more? Contact TSCoE at [email protected] to schedule a meeting to determine both the need and the best choice of consultants.