195: The Power of our Stories and the Leaders who Write Them — NACUBO 2018 Annual Meeting

Listen to the Teibel Ed NACUBO 2018 Preview on Navigating Change The Education Podcast

The stories we write define our careers as business officers. They are the stories of leadership and political will. They are the stories of growth and building, and the stories of contraction. They are the stories of how others will perceive us as leaders of change and how our communities will perceive our institutions as educators of the next great generation.

Howard is heading to Long Beach to take part in the NACUBO 2018 Annual Meeting. His work there will focus on business officers as leaders — those new to the role and seasoned alike — and the power of the stories we write to define the course of our institutions and our careers.

This week on the podcast, we offer a preview of the sessions Howard will be leading in Long Beach by way of a conversation about the power of stories to create change. To learn more about Howard’s work at NACUBO 2018 Annual Meeting, visit NACUBOAnnualMeeting.com.

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    Arguably the most challenging part of any change process is rallying the support of the people around you to join you on your way. In this video, Howard Teibel presents his model for approaching any population you’re trying to influence in a specific direction. He provides a method for you as change agents to re-frame your audience, refocus your efforts, and drive the support of your most valuable supporters while not being distracted by those who aren't.