Featured Guest Information

Thanks for joining us as a guest on Navigating Change

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We are excited that you’re participating in the Navigating Change podcast series! As practitioners whose perspective we respect, we’re thrilled to have you all as featured guests on an upcoming episode. Howard Teibel and Pete Wright host the episodes and work hard to provide conversation that is informative and entertaining.

About Navigating Change

Navigating Change is a platform for understanding the complex and uncertain waters of change in education. Each week, we dissect issues facing institutions and teams in transition and offer ideas for the most troubling challenges. Our domain of experience leads us to topics around institutions working to align mission and strategy, develop teams to manage change effectively, and taking on big challenges with a focus on long-term financial health.

If you’ve never heard the show, we invite you to review our library of past episodes here.

Show Content

The show is laid back and conversational. We’ll introduce ourselves, the show and the theme for the episode, and you as our featured guest.

If you have any URLs, resources or other items that you’d like to make available to the audience, please send those along to us prior to the show and we will mention them in the episode. We’ll include the links in the short description for the show.  

Show Details

Interview Runtime: 15-20 minutes

Agenda: The first part of our scheduled time together will be used to ensure sound quality and cover any questions you may have.

Format: Skype audio call. If you don’t have Skype, it’s available as a free download.

Hardware Requirements:  A simple USB headset will do perfectly. There are plenty of options out there. Please let us know if you have any questions.

We strongly recommend a wired Internet connection for the Skype call. We’ve had issues in the past with audio quality over wifi, and we want you to sound as good as you can possibly sound!

Prior to the Interview

Before the interview, we do need a few things from you if you haven’t provided them already.

  1. Send us a current headshot for show promotional use

  2. Provide a link to your current detailed biography

  3. Provide social media links (twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest, etc) if you’d like them shared

  4. Are there any specific notes you would like us to use to introduce you on the show, or specific areas we should avoid?

  5. What is your Skype handle? Ours is docpete72.

After the Interview

We’ll send you an email and let you know when the show is live on our site, and in the iTunes store. If you feel the interview lived up to your own expectations, and that we represented you well, we would appreciate you sending any cross-promotional tweets, posts, etc. to your own audience.

  1. Twitter: If you use Twitter, we’ll send you the short link to the show on our website, though you can feel free to send your folks directly to the homepage at http://teibelinc.com

  2. iTunes: Here’s the direct link to the show in the iTunes Podcast Directory. While there are a number of ways to find the show, iTunes far and away the most popular.

  3. We’ll post links to your online properties as appropriate in each of our show notes posts on http://teibelinc.com, so once you receive that link, please make sure you read and test links to you carefully to ensure we’re pointing to the right places for you!

About the Hosts

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Howard Teibel @howardteibel

For nearly 30 years, Howard Teibel has worked in the field of organizational development, working to help leaders align their strategic goals to operational performance. Today, Howard works with independent schools, colleges and universities, and professional associations in developing and implementing strategic plans, assisting with organizational restructurings, and conducting team-building and leadership development programs. Learn more about Howard.

 

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Pete Wright @petewright

For over 20 years, Pete Wright has worked at the intersection of media and education. His work as a television broadcaster led him to a decade-long career in public relations for the largest education concern in the United States. Today, Pete works with leading institutions in forming and refining their position in the market.