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Career Hub

Career Hub sessions are meant to encourage professional growth, networking and discuss topics related to career advancement. Sessions are being added to this list as agreement forms come in.

Thursday, September 26

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm
Engaging and Delighting your Staff
Employees are people first, and real people care about more than mission statements on the walls. Collegewise scored in the top 98 percent of the Gallup Organization’s employee engagement survey and many of their best people-practices cost only a little time and attention. Leave with concrete ideas to make your employees feel like they’ve found their professional home.
Kevin McMullin, Collegewise (WA)

 

Friday, September 27

8:30 am - 9:30 am
Change Your Mindset, Change Your World
With the stresses of home and work, is it possible to change your mindset to find a balance without giving up one or the other? Discover the 12 mindsets that impact everyday decisions, both personally and professionally.
Beverly Henry Wheeler, Hendrix College (AR)

9:45 am - 10:45 am
You're in Charge, Now What?
Managing and leading teams can be extremely difficult, growing even harder as the competition and pressure of the position increases. Geared for those who are aspiring to grow in our profession, hear about various leadership and management styles, the tools to equip yourself with, how to conquer difficulties, and how to ensure you are noticed.
Lindsay Speer, Ball State University (IN)
Ryan Barbauld, University of Louisville (KY)
Janiah L. Downing, Purdue University (IN)

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Inclusive Leadership: Theory and Practice
As an intentional leader, it is critical to foster a welcoming and diverse culture where differences are valued and not overlooked. How do our own roles, identities and backgrounds contribute to our approach to leadership? Discuss and examine best practices and theory through different perspectives in admission and school counseling.
Mary Beth Petrie, Lawrence University (WI)
Tara Evans, International School of Indiana
Aaron Mooney, Scarsdale High School (NY)

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
I Got My Job on Twitter and So Can You

Liz can trace her job back to a single tweet. Hear her story and others who’ve found great higher education professional opportunities on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Learn how you can use social media to build a professional network, get noticed, and get hired.
Liz Gross, Campus Sonar (WI)