Concurrent Session V:
Mobilizing Our Community: Generating New Practices that Drive Innovation

Howard Teibel

Tuesday, May 25
7:45 AM – 8:45 AM HST
10:45 AM – 11:45 AM PDT
10:45 AM – 11:45 AM MST

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM MDT

CPE Credits: 1.2

Leadership and Culture Change

Program Knowledge:

Session Description

Innovation is often interpreted as the rollout of a novel idea or shiny new object. What if innovation instead is the transformation of how we work together and make offers to address larger concerns. In this session we will build on cultivating humble leadership and explore practices we can embody that generate value for the communities we serve.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to make offers that can transform our identities and build a pro-active culture
  • Understand the power of private and public declarations
  • Practice steps that will move you and your teams from awareness to adoption

About the Speaker

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Howard Teibel
Teibel Education Consulting

Howard Teibel works with Chief Business Officers, Chief Academic Officers and their teams to confront their toughest challenges as they envision how to define—and redefine—the value of a 21st century education.

Through public speaking and consulting, Howard works with universities, colleges and associations as a partner known for creating progress and momentum. The impact of his work is to empower teams to make difficult decisions, commit and take action—even in the face of uncertainty and disagreement.

Howard’s company, Teibel Education, leads strategic planning initiatives and leadership programs that help leaders move the needle on the critical initiatives of their organizations. Teibel’s client roster includes: University of Colorado, California State University, NACUBO, UPCEA, Princeton University, Rutgers University, University of New England, Georgia Institute of Technology and many others.

Howard’s podcast, Navigating Change, brings together thought leaders to explore innovations in education. As a contributor to the book Redesigning Higher Education: Systemic Integration and Cluster Based Learning, with President Don Birx, Howard lays out the change principles that helped transform Plymouth State University to a cluster based academic institution.

Howard is a graduate of University of Binghamton and long-time student of many modalities of personal growth including meditation, a language action theory of Dr. Fernando Flores and the transformation work of the Hoffman Institute. He is also a co-founder of Fathers Forever, an organization dedicated to creating fellowship among men who have experienced the death of a child.