April 7-10, 2019
Kansas City, MO
Beyond Strategy and Navigating Change — NAEP Annual Meeting 2019, Closing Keynote
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.
August 5-9, 2019
Creating a Culture of Innovation and Creativity — Administrative Management Institute
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.
To learn more, visit AMI.
Jan 27-29, 2019
Fort Lauderdale, FL
AGB 2019 Foundation Leadership Forum — Making the Case for Your University
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. The process of how you communicate that message is undergoing some reform. In this session, the facilitator will share actionable insights about powerful “speech acts” that can transform how you transmit information in new and effective ways. Discussions will focus on telling higher education’s story in an environment of distrust and skepticism; how board members can shape a non-defensive story about the true value of higher education; and how emotional resilience affects efforts to lead change.
To learn more, visit AGB.org.
Oct 31 - Nov 2, 2018
EDUCAUSE Annual Conference
Howard Teibel joins Larry Levine and Scott Munson at EDUCAUSE 2018 to deliver their presentation: "Transforming IT Culture Through Creativity and Idea Generation."
To learn more, visit EDUCAUSE.edu.
July 23, 2018
Long Beach, CA
First American 2018 Peer Discussion
Join Howard Teibel and other industry leaders at the NACUBO Annual Meeting in Long Beach to hear the stories from private and public institutions who are empowering members of their campus community to play a key role in driving innovative change.
Howard will moderate the panel of three financial officers Bill Davies (Mount St. Mary's University), J.J. Davis (George Mason University), and Donald Matthewson (University of Southern California). You will also have the unique opportunity to collaborate over dinner with your peers on how to build a resilient culture for the future of higher education.
This session is sponsored by First American Education Finance.
July 21 - 24, 2018
Long Beach, CA
NACUBO 2018 Annual Meeting
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)
July 26, 2018
Leadership Forum on Climate Solutions
On July 26th Howard Teibel will be facilitating the Leadership Forum on Climate Solutions at the University of Colorado Boulder. Participants will explore the science, policies, technologies, finances, and metrics of low-carbon solutions. This gathering is an opportunity for participants to collaborate with peers while examining university energy projects and learning to engage their own campus communities.
April 29 - May 2, 2018