Lessons Learned: Experiences, Perspectives, and Strategies

Lessons Learned - A conversation exploring the experiences, perspectives, and insights from two recently retired Senior IT Leaders (a Leadership Ecosystem Webinar)

Where: Webinar/Virtual

When: Thursday, April 18, 2019
12:00pm - 1:00pm, with overflow time to 1:30 if needed

Note: Login instructions will be sent prior to the event directly from Zoom. If you have not received login instructions by 4:00pm the day before the webinar, please check your spam folder, if you still have not received the login details please email nercomp@nercomp.org.

Workshop Organizer: The Leadership Ecosystem Working Group
​Moderator: Michael Cato | Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer | Bowdoin College

 

Registration Fee:
NERCOMP Member: Free
Non-Member: Free
 

Event Overview
We are excited to invite you to join the next Leadership Ecosystem webinar titled Lessons Learned, a conversation exploring the experiences, perspectives, and insights from two recently retired Senior IT Leaders, on Thursday, April 18th from 12:00 - 1:00pm, with additional dialogue until 1:30. This being the first Ecosystem webinar since many of us met in person at the 2019 NERCOMP conference, the Ecosystem planning team is eager to incorporate aspects of the feedback we received at the conference.

This webinar will be a panel conversation with P.B. Garrett, who recently retired as Senior Associate Dean for Innovative Teaching and Learning and Chief Academic Technology Officer at the George Washington University, and David Smallen, who recently retired as Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology at Hamilton College. P.B. and Dave are highly regarded professionals who led their respective organizations through opportunities and challenges, each earning reputations for being collaborative, insightful and accomplished leaders.

 

The first hour of this session will be recorded.  The open conversation from 1:00 - 1:30 will not be recorded.

This session is for individuals employed by higher education institutions only. No vendors please.