Wednesday, january 4, 2017
Loyola University New Orleans, LOUISIANA

  • THE SPEED OF TRUST

Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Mount Ida College, MASSACHUSETTS

  • THE SPEED OF TRUST

Friday, JUNE 9, 2016
UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE, MARYLAND

  • FIERCE CONVERSATION: HOW TO DISCUSS WHAT MATTERS MOST  

  • The Speed of Trust

TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2016
ACPA CONFERENCE MONTREAL, CANADA

  • HURRICANE KATRINA: 10 YEARS OF LESSONS LEARNED

In late-August 2005, Hurricane Katrina decimated the Gulf Coast. Following the storm, universities in the greater New Orleans area were faced with many challenges including resuming normal operations under conditions of high stress. At Loyola University New Orleans longer term effects challenged enrollment and fiscal viability, forced infrastructure changes, and caused unprecedented employee turn-over. August 29, 2015 marked the 10th anniversary of Katrina and her aftermath. This program will share strategies to successfully navigate catastrophic disasters, personal reflections of lessons learned, ideas for talent identification and development, and methods for cross-divisional collaboration during times of limited fiscal and human resources.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2016
NEW YORK INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  
LEADERSHIP LECTURE

  • Fierce Conversation: How to Discuss What matters most

FRIDAY, January 22, 2016
NASPA: 2016 ALICE Manicure Symposium

  • Fierce conversations: Discussing What Matters Most

  • THE SPEED OF TRUST