#ACUHOI BizOps 2016 Presentation: Building a Departmental Culture for Digital Professional Engagement
I’m presenting the following educational session on leveraging social and digital tools for departmental professional development at the ACUHO-I Business Operations Conference. The following includes the slide sI am using as well as a link to additional helpful resources. Abstract Social and digital technologies have expanded the opportunities for staff development and professional engagement. By encouraging and promoting blogging and social media use by employees, a department can enhance the experience of its employees while also burnishing its own brand. In turn, this can aid a department in the recruitment and retention… Read More
There is a lot of free professional development available online and ways you can grow your own personal learning network. The following slide deck comes from some of the presentations I give on this topic. Who says professional development has to cost? Enjoy.
I’m excited to be collaborating with Josie Ahlquist on an upcoming Studentaffairs.com webinar, Go Digital In Your Job Search. This webinar is a mash-up of the knowledge Josie and I have acquired over the past few years doing sessions like these at conferences and to graduate programs. It’s exciting to see what we have coming together when we combine forces. We’re still tweaking the language of the exact goals and outcomes, but the slide to the left should give you a sense as to what to expect. The webinar is ideal for anyone doing… Read More
I have the pleasure of heading to Canada today to present twice at the OACUHO Residence Life Conference at the University of Guelph. Growing up in Rochester, NY, going to Canada feels a little bit like coming home. The first session I’ll be doing this weekend is to the RAs and student leader’s in attendance on engaging their residents with and in conversations about social media. The second is for the professional staff on how to be a digital SApro and seek out professional development online. Student Presentation: Social Media Momentum: Developing… Read More