April 29 - May 2, 2018
Anaheim, CA

WACUBO 2018 Annual Meeting

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.

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Past Events


March 16, 2018
Washington D.C.

NACUBO Fellows Program Spring Meeting

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. 

February 15, 2018
Norwood, MA

AISNE Rethinking Faculty Evaluations Workshop

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.

Long Beach, CA

January 18, 2018
Newport Beach, CA

WACUBO 2017 Leadership Symposium

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? Orchestrating change demands a mindset and cultivation of mood that opens possibilities for us and those around us.  Now more than ever, we need to build bridges between our administrative functions, the academy and countless constituents we serve. This session will explore the type of personal skills and sensibilities that build a resilient and adaptable culture and keep us focused on the larger mission of our institutions.

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This week on Navigating Change, we’re thrilled to welcome Lisa Frace, Associate Vice President, Budget and Planning and Chief Budgeting Officer for Arizona State University. Lisa serves on the WACUBO board as chair for the Annual Leadership Program. She’s joining us to share WACUBO’s efforts to further guide our field through research into how it is evolving, and how we can better prepare tomorrow’s finance leaders today. 

Boston, MA

November 15, 2017
Boston, MA

NBOA Business Office Now Keynote

On Wednesday, November 15th 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?  In this session, we will explore the following:

  • What it takes to recognize and cultivate positive mood in yourself and others
  • Principles of innovation and how to engage others in new habits and practices
  • Mechanisms that connect you and your staff with the core mission (student success)
  • Designing a cross functional process that generates practical ideas for transforming the delivery of programs and services

To learn more about NBOA Business Office Now, visit NBOA.org.

Pittsburgh, PA

October 15-18, 2017
Pittsburgh, PA

2017 EACUBO Annual Meeting — Bridging Challenges & Opportunities

Howard will be attending this year's EACUBO Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA and 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.  Whether you are planning for an upcoming transition or realizing your institution was not adequately prepared for a recent transition, you will leave this session with practical ideas to make the next one successful.

To learn more about EACUBO's Annual Meeting, visit EACUBO.org.

Millersville Student Lodging

Executing a Successful Public-Private Partnership (P3) for Higher Ed

Executing a Successful Private-Public Partnership (P3) for Higher Ed

Howard Teibel facilitated a webinar produced by Benchmark Construction that spotlights an example of continuing innovation in higher ed. Public-Private-Partnerships continue to be the vehicle of choice for colleges and universities seeking market advantage in a way that serves their core mission while preserving their debt capacity. View the archive webinar to learn how Millersville Univeristy utilized their relationship with Student Services, Inc. and Rise Real Estate to drive a multi-phase project that brought an end to traditional dorm-style housing on campus in less than five years.

Panelists include: 

  • Tom Richardson, Associate VP / Dean of Students, Millersville University 
  • Geoff Beers, CEO/GM, Student Services, Inc. 
  • Jeremy Doss, Vice President, RISE Real Estate

August 7, 2017

Administrative Management Institute — Cornell Professional Studies

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.

Minneapolis, MN

July 29 - August 1, 2017

2017 NACUBO Annual Meeting — Currents of Collaboration