How do you build a culture of creativity and innovation? It starts with recognizing there are big ideas to be realized and encouraging a new set of competencies and skills. These new skills require uncovering the unseen forces that keep a team from excelling, including fear of failure, lack of candor, and unwillingness to put aside individual needs.
Howard Teibel will be delivering the opening keynote at AuditCon 2019 in Baltimore titled, The Pulse of Higher Education.
Howard Teibel will deliver the closing luncheon keynote for the NCCI Annual Conference 2019 titled Shifting from Problem-Solving to Navigation: Bringing the right style of conversation to transformation efforts:
The convergence of three things — demographic projections showing a decline in student enrollment for the next 10 years, the increasing lack of student affordability, and the underlying question of the value proposition — these three factors make the case to bring fundamental change to higher education. It’s easy to be overwhelmed, indifferent, or resigned by these provocations. How do you engage in issues where there is no concrete solution? In this talk, we will learn what it means to be change agents in our respective roles, bringing a disposition of openness to this uncertain future. We’ll dive into how authentic transformation is fueled by learning how to be in a different style conversation, one that is investigatory, thought-provoking, and allows us to think about the future in a mood of curiosity and shared concern.
To learn more and register today, visit NCCI-CU.org. And make sure to check out this recent episode of the Navigating Change podcast — Howard sits down with NCCI’s Carol Mullaney and Rutgers’ Brent Ruben to discuss the coming Denver event and their perspectives on the evolving macro-conversation that comes as we continue to learn to lead change in higher education.
In procurement, we often look at issues through a problem-solving lens, but what about exploratory discussions that have no concrete solution? Being a change agent in higher education demands a different kind of disposition and openness to an uncertain future. In this closing session, Howard Teibel will shift gears and dive into how authentic transformation is fueled by learning how to be in a different kind of conversation, a conversation that is investigatory, thought-provoking, and allows us to think about the future in a shared way. He will also explore how social moods and language influence how we invent the future together.
To learn more and register, visit NAEPNET.org.
In today’s environment, telling the story about higher education through the lens of foundation board volunteers is essential. In this session facilitated by Howard Teibel, we’ll will focus on how best to tell that story to current and future stakeholders—those who are inside your institution as well as those external stakeholders who need to be persuaded.
Teibel Education will once again be in attendance for this year's NACUBO Annual Meeting. On Saturday, July 21st Howard will kick off Day 2 of the New Business Officer program with his session titled "Creating a Road Map for your Success". During this interactive session geared toward the next generation of education leaders, attendees will identify competencies needed to succeed in the evolving role of business officer.
Additionally, on Sunday, July 22nd Howard will moderate a luncheon session featuring general session speaker, Matthew Luhn, one of the original story creators at Pixar Animation Studios. (Invite Only)
To learn more and register visit: http://www.nacuboannualmeeting.org/
Teibel Education will be attending the WACUBO Annual Meeting this year. Come find our booth in the Business Partner Showcase and learn about our exciting offerings including our Creativity & Innovation Workshop. In addition, we’ll have free giveaways and a raffle drawing. We look forward to connecting with you at the conference.
Howard Teibel will be participating in this year’s Spring Meeting of the NACUBO Fellows Program, scheduled for Friday, March 16th. The interactive session titled “Understanding the Faculty Perspective” will provide value insights into the shared governance model.
The NACUBO Fellows Program is a one-year leadership development program designed to provide support, education, and learning opportunities to individuals who seek a chief business officer position for their next role.
To learn more and apply, visit the NACUBO Fellows Program.
Howard Teibel will be joining the Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE) for their annual workshop on faculty evaluation. Participants will learn about innovative evaluation practices, navigating difficult conversations, and new ways to approach the organizational framework. The program is geared towards empowering a shift of your school’s culture from an emphasis on ensuring competence, towards a new imperative, of infusing a mindset of growth.
For more information, visit AISNE Professional Development.
On Thursday, January 18th, Howard will be delivering the opening keynote address at WACUBO’s Leadership Symposium titled, “Innovators as Orchestrators of Change”. As emerging leaders, we are challenged by the question of where to focus our time and energy that makes a difference. What does it mean to be an orchestrator of change and lead others through these historical times in education?
On Wednesday, November 15, Howard will be delivering the opening keynote at NBOA’s Business Office Now Workshop. At every level in our schools, we are challenged by the question of where to focus our time and energy to make a difference. How do you build a culture of creativity and innovation that forwards the mission?
Howard will be attending this year's EACUBO Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA, presenting with University of New England's Vice President of Finance & Administration, Nicole Trufant. Together they will offer an interactive session on Successful Transition Planning.
Howard Teibel has joined the line-up of presenters at this year's Administrative Management Institute at Cornell University. His presentation will focus on Creating a Culture of Innovation & Creativity. Attendees will learn to design a process that encourages people to think differently about organizational problem solving while generating a high level of enthusiasm, energy, and positivity across divisions.
For more information, visit AMI.
Howard Teibel will be attending this year’s NACUBO Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN and presenting with CU Boulder’s Senior Vice Chancellor & CFO Kelly Fox on “Creatively Engaging Your Divisions To Serve the Mission”. In addition Howard will be providing a talk on “Generating Bold Ideas to Drive Change” with Kathleen Scott & Rudy Sanchez from Fresno State’s CAIFE program. In both sessions, attendees will learn to incorporate concepts into their own work to think differently about solving organizational problems and create a culture of innovation.
To learn more about NACUBO’s Annual Meeting, visit NACUBO.org.
Howard Teibel has been invited once again to speak to representatives from the SUNY system. On May 31st he’ll be presenting an interactive session at the SUBOA Annual Meeting at Turning Stone Resort in Verona, NY on leading and driving change through effective decision making. Business officers in attendance will learn the Teibel decision making model to effectively move through the process while recapturing progress and creativity in solving complex institutional challenges.
For more information, visit SUBOA online.
Howard Teibel will join the NACUBO Fellows Program for their Spring Meeting at the NACUBO headquarters in Washington, D.C. to present one of his most popular sessions, “Becoming an Exceptional Facilitator.” Learn helpful skills and tools for efficient and effective meetings and get the most out of your team’s time together while developing a high-performance work force.
To learn more about the Fellows Program, visit NACUBO.
Howard Teibel will once again join the ranks of speakers at the NBOA Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. where he will present “Facilitating Strategic Conversations”. Whether you are leading committee and board meetings, planning sessions, or engaging stakeholders in conversations around strategy, the ability to truly involve these groups in meaningful discussions will enable to you to obtain buy-in and consensus.
For more information on the conference, visit NBOA.
For the first time, Howard Teibel will be attending the California State University AOA (Auxiliary Organization Association) in San Diego. In addition to providing his “Navigating Change” session, Howard will be a keynote speaker, presenting the closing session titled “Promoting Student Success – You Can Make a Difference.”
For more information on the CSU-AOA conference, visit CSUAOA.org.
On Thursday, December 8th Howard will be joining his alma mater (Binghamton University) and representatives from the 30 state-operated institutions in New York. During the Accounting, Budget, and Bursars Committee Retreat, Howard will be leading an interactive session titled “Managing Up & Across”. The discussion will allow attendees to see how they can better manage relationships with their superiors, as well as colleagues in different departments within their institution.
Howard Teibel will be a keynote speaker at this year’s FCIS convention, discussing the changing tide of leadership. The theme for the upcoming conference will be Cultivating Growth – A Mindset for the Future. The November 2-4, 2016 convention will be held in Miami and will focus on the Changing Tides of Leadership.
For more information on the FCIS conference, visit FCIS.org.
Howard Teibel and Melissa Hopp (Vice President – Administrative Services; Community College of Baltimore County) will be hosting a concurrent session devoted to Change Leadership. In addition, Howard will be facilitating an Incubator Session titled "Instilling a Culture of Innovation" and a breakout discussion during the conference.
For more information on the EACUBO conference, visit EACUBO.org.
Immediately following the 2016 NACUBO Budget & Planning Forum in Philadelphia, Howard Teibel will be delivering a session titled “Being Successful as a Leader.” The objective of this year’s event is to provide participants with the support and direction they need to effectively engage their governing boards and campus leaders to realistically evaluate the full potential of their particular institutions.
For more information on the workshop, visit NACUBO.org.
Howard Teibel and University of Washington's Ruth Johnston take the stage Sunday, July 17 for Cultivating Organizational Excellence.
A lack of internal resources to facilitate change often slows an institution’s progress toward improved efficiency and effectiveness. Also, when partnering with external experts, an institution may not know how to retain ownership of the outcomes. Learn about University of Washington’s internal organizational excellence program and its use of external resources as appropriate. Howard and Ruth will share insights on developing a best-in-class internal program, partnering with an external consultant to capitalize on existing successes, and helping campus stakeholders assume a level of personal responsibility for changes that will benefit the institution.
For more information on the conference, visit NACUBO.org.
Howard Teibel is presenting Change Management at the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest 2016 Division Heads meeting.
Division Heads may be the instigators of change, or it may be thrust upon them. Regardless, improving the ability to adapt to it and support others to be flexible allows the opportunity to deal with the ambiguity prevalent in academic institutions. This interactive session will cover the following areas: a model for the natural cycle of change; helping others reframe fears to hidden opportunities; communicating through difficult circumstances; managing change initiatives up, down, and across the organization; and how to build followers of our change efforts.
Explore the challenges and opportunities unique to managing change for Independent School Leaders. Learn to not just manage change but THRIVE through change.
For more information, visit ISASW.org.
Howard Teibel will be a keynote speaker at this year's NACUBO Student Financial Services conference. From NACUBO.org:
This comprehensive conference covers the many policy, technical, and management issues impacting student financial services operations on campus. Bursars, student financial services directors, loan collectors, financial aid administrators, and staff will find great value in plenary sessions addressing big picture issues and legislative and regulatory developments, and concurrent sessions covering a wide range of topics. Speakers from a diverse pool of institutions will share their experiences, solutions, and best practices in a variety of areas such as collections, payment processing, new technologies, compliance, and customer service. An active exhibit area allows participants easy access to more than 30 service providers. As always, opportunities are offered throughout the program to network with colleagues, speakers, and exhibitors.
Howard's presentation will take place on Sunday, March 13th at 3:45pm. For information on how to register, please visit the event page.
UW has invited Howard back to campus to continue the conversation on Sustaining Change, where they will build off of ideas introduced in his session last year by focusing on how to make change last in an organization. What do we do in the face of stalled progress? How to we develop and reinforce the new behaviors required for success? How do we enlist staff and faculty to be change champions with a continuous improvement mindset?
For more information, visit UW.
Howard Teibel and Gloria Lawson (President, Bentley University) will lead the keynote session, "Building and Supporting your Leadership Team."
To address the challenges facing higher education, your leadership team must have a shared vision for success. Getting there necessitates an honest and open relationship with and among the cabinet and president. In this interactive discussion, Larson and Teibel will engage the audience in an energetic dialogue on these important issues.
Howard Teibel has joined the ranks of speakers for the NBOA Annual Meeting in Los Angeles. Howard will be presenting a Deep Dive Session. More information coming soon.
For more information on the conference, visit NBOA.
Change is constant, no matter what we do. It’s either foisted upon us or we’re instigators of the change. Either way, it’s up to us how we relate to it. Mastering the art of navigating change puts us in a better position to adjust to the growing needs across our organizations. In this series, Howard Teibel will teach the California State University Fresno Vice President and Office of Faculty Affairs how to personally relate to change and strategies to lead through the complexity and ambiguity of a changing work environment.