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Building an Education Culture to Promote Organizational Change
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This event is in conjunction with the NAEP 2020 Annual Meeting. After you register for the conference, add this 1/2 day leadership course to your schedule!

 Export to Your Calendar 4/5/2020
When: Sunday, April 5, 2020
11:30 am - 4:15 pm (includes lunch)
Where: Gaylord Opryland Resort
Nashville, Tennessee 
United States
Contact: Carol Hinton


Online registration is available until: 3/30/2020
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Join us for this high-level strategic 1/2 day workshop on Sunday, April 5th in Nashville, TN ahead of the NAEP 2020 Annual Meeting. The event will begin at 11:30 am with lunch. The workshop session will run from 12:00 - 4:15 pm.

About This Workshop

Navigating an uncertain and open future is the true test of leadership. To provoke a cultural shift in education, we must be bold in the face of constant change.

Even with an awareness of accelerating change around us, as human beings we find it difficult to embody embracing an uncertain future. Seeing ourselves as navigators of change, and not just problem solvers, is one step to orient you and your people to productive conversations and actions.

As procurement practitioners and professionals, we often find ourselves in that space of responding to changes versus driving change at our institutions. In this session we will explore how to create a culture to move beyond “this is the way we’ve always done things” to cultivate teams that bring passion and enthusiasm to their shared work and network of commitments. Using principles from previous successful change management programs, you will learn the tools to bring leaders together (Cabinet colleagues, presidents, boards and project teams) to a place of resolution and ambition.

Learning objectives:

In this program you will learn how to:

  • Identify change agents to help drive your projects and how to avoid getting stuck catering to the vocal negative minority
  • Learn a language action theory that orients us to building a commitment culture
  • Raise your awareness of the moods of your peers, direct reports, and managers to shift from negativity to opening possibilities
  • Build trust with others when introducing new technologies, processes, or changes in organizational structures

Continuing Education Credit

This workshop qualifies the attendee to earn 4 hours of education credit (CEH) to be used for certification or certification. 

Should You Attend?

This course is designed for Chief Procurement Officers, Vice Presidents, Directors and Assistant Directors of Procurement and all leaders within higher education procurement.

Presented by Howard Teibel

Howard Teibel is the founder and President of Teibel Education Consulting. For three decades, Howard and his team have worked with higher education leaders to develop new habits and practices that shift how teams embody collaboration over cooperation. With the confluence of accelerating technology, external economic forces, demographic shifts and the questioning of the value of higher education, Teibel believes that the answer lives in learning to navigate building a culture of shared commitment, where administrators, academics, boards and students drive positive change.

As a public speaker and writer for numerous higher education associations, Howard contributes to the national discourse on emerging trends facing this industry and is passionate about guiding academic and administrative leaders to create constructive discourse on regional and global issues. Additionally, his 10-year-old podcast “Navigating Change” brings together practioners of change to discuss innovations and new practices that can transform how teams in academia and business work together.


Teibel Education’s client roster includes institutions such as the University of Colorado, Rutgers University, Cornell University, Loyola University, Princeton University, University of San Francisco and many others. Having moved from Boston to Boulder, Howard enjoys hiking, biking, and meditation and is passionate about guiding business leaders to create constructive discourse on regional and global issues facing our country.



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