Navigating Change: The Podcast from Teibel Education

Managing for the Future while Solving Problems of Today with Bentley University President Gloria Larson

Episode Summary

At this year’s EACUBO Annual Workshop in Boston, Howard Teibel shared the stage with Bentley University President Gloria Larson in a conversation titled _Building and Supporting your Leadership Team_ that centered on how leadership teams communicate their shared vision for success across the institution. This week, we have a follow-up conversation between President Larson and Howard Teibel in which they share their observations in a few key areas: - Hear President Larson’s position on the opportunities that come with generational transitions and power of the Millennial “triple bottom line” awareness - Learn about the Bentley’s Center for Women in Business, and their role in facing the professional gender gap head on through public-private partnership - Get key insights on how to set yourself up for success if you’re on a new team in a new organization from two people who have done it - Find out how to stay focused through daily distractions as you evolve in alignment with your strategic goals This is a wide-ranging conversation that addresses a central question: How do you manage the future of the university while solving the problems of today? Join us and share your comments! **Links & Notes** - [Bentley University Center for Women in Business](http://www.bentley.edu/centers/center-for-women-and-business "Bentley University Center for Women in Business") - [The Gallup-Purdue Index](http://www.gallup.com/services/188789/gallup-purdue-index.aspx "The Gallup Purdue Index - The New Standard for Measuring College and University Outcomes")

Episode Notes

At this year’s EACUBO Annual Workshop in Boston, Howard Teibel shared the stage with Bentley University President Gloria Larson in a conversation titled Building and Supporting your Leadership Team that centered on how leadership teams communicate their shared vision for success across the institution. 

This week, we have a follow-up conversation between President Larson and Howard Teibel in which they share their observations in a few key areas: 

This is a wide-ranging conversation that addresses a central question: How do you manage the future of the university while solving the problems of today? Join us and share your comments!

Links & Notes