The Leading Change Institute, successor to the Frye Leadership Institute, engages leaders who seek to further develop their skills for the benefit of higher education. An understanding of the complexities of that landscape through the lens of what business officers, presidents, trustees are facing, and an ability to translate to institutional context and action.
Skills that can build public will, set an agenda for change, and advocate for needed change.
The Leading Change Institute explores higher education challenges, empowering librarians and information technologists to initiate conversations and take action on issues of importance not just to their individual institutions, but to the entire higher education community. You gain skills and resources, including a cohort of collaborators, necessary for advancing change.
The missions of CLIR and EDUCAUSE reinforce the importance of partnership, learning, and collaboration reflected across the Leading Change Institute experience.


In 2012, the Leading Change Institute was launched as the successor to the Frye Leadership Institute. Participants develop the skills to build public will, set an agenda for change, and advocate for the policies that need to be adopted to bring about change.
Through a seminar approach, Institute participants will focus on specific issues as they seek to develop new kinds of thinking to foster collective action. The missions of CLIR and EDUCAUSE, CLIR's partner in this initiative, reinforce the importance of partnership, learning, and collaboration reflected across the Leading Change Institute experience. Higher education requires leaders, particularly in the information sector, who can inspire, advocate, and advance needed change. Fellows in the Institute hear from speakers from a wide range of backgrounds who will share real-life problems from across the higher education landscape for which participants will be challenged to devise and propose solutions.


While offering an updated curriculum, the Leading Change Institute is driven by the same goals that inspired the first Frye Institute in 2000: to prepare and develop the next generation of leaders in libraries, information services, and higher education by engaging those who seek to further develop their skills for the benefit of higher education.
The Institute explores higher education challenges, empowering librarians and information technologists to initiate conversations and take action on issues of importance not just to their individual institutions, but to the entire higher education community.



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