Navigating Change: The Podcast from Teibel Education

Navigating Change: The Podcast from Teibel Education

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Navigating Change is a platform for understanding the complex and uncertain waters of change in higher education
Finding Your Calling — Part 2
Oct 10 • 17 min
In our last episode, we shared the first half of our conversation on finding your calling, recorded on a shady porch at The Chautauqua Institution in New York. This week, we’re picking up where we left off with a few quick but important observations.
Finding your Calling
Sep 26 • 19 min
Howard and Pete get to share some rare face-to-face time in this conversation coming to you from a shady porch at The Chautauqua Institution in New York. As a recap of some of our recent interviews, we’re discussing the role of facing our failures,…
Breaking Down Barriers with University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman
Sep 5 • 10 min
This week on the show Howard Teibel sits down again with University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman. Her stories today serve as milestones in the journey of change leadership and examples of the pivot in leadership that comes with a shift in…
Challenging our Blindspots — Moods, Assessments, and Assertions with Author Gloria Flores
Aug 22 • 32 min
This week, we welcome Gloria Flores to the show, co-founder and President of Pluralistic Networks. In her work, Gloria is committed to developing innovative ways for people to learn to collaborate, to listen, to build trust, and to build value for each…
The Learner as Teacher – Finding the Future of Teaching in Meat with Berkeley Prof. Ricardo San Martin
Aug 8 • 31 min
Berkeley Professor Ricardo San Martin joins us for a conversation about teaching. What does transformational teaching look like and what does it mean to present the teacher as learner?
Gates Foundation’s Daniel Greenstein on Equity, Sustainability, and the Road to Opportunity
Jul 25 • 43 min
Dr. Daniel Greenstein serves as director of Education, Postsecondary Success in the United States Program, for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Before joining the foundation, Greenstein was Vice Provost for Academic Planning and Programs at the…
177: Finding Solutions Beyond the Higher Ed Silos
Jul 11 • 11 min
Howard Teibel has joined the line-up of presenters at this year’s Administrative Management Institute at Cornell University. This week on the show, Howard shares the inspiration for his presentation, Creating a Culture of Innovation & Creativity….
176: There’s No Silver Bullet for Financial Sustainability with University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman
Jun 27 • 15 min
This week on the show Howard Teibel sits down again with University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman. Today, President Lieberman shares insights into the planning process with background on the University’s 2020 plan, forecasting 30-year…
175: Fight the Drift to Day 2
Jun 13 • 17 min
“Jeff, what does Day 2 look like?” That’s the first line of Jeff Bezos’ 2016 letter to shareholders, a question from a staff member at an all-hands meeting in which he describes a transformation that organizations can find themselves…
174: How your mood impacts your work, your team, and your institution
May 30 • 12 min
We’re talking about mood today. Now, a discussion of mood may sound strange for you and your academic or administrative team to be paying attention to. It’s far from strange and we’re going to make the case that being receptive to your mood and…
173: Creating the Intentional Campus Climate with CSU’s Katy Rees and Jennifer Williams
May 9 • 21 min
One of the realities of complex human organizations is that culture is emergent, that we put teams and departments and structures in place and then we hope. Whatever sort of campus culture that comes out of that cocktail is what we’re stuck with….
172: Major in a Mission — Lessons in the Future with University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman
Apr 11 • 13 min
This week on the show Howard Teibel sits down with University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman. Her tenure at La Verne and her approach to leadership is defined by a guiding principle: that students select a major not based solely on their…
171: Looking to the Business Model for True Innovation with Rick Staisloff
Mar 21 • 31 min
This week on the show, founder and principal of rpkGROUP, Rick Staisloff, joins Howard Teibel for a conversation on leadership from the outside in. As seasoned consultants to higher education, the two address how to affect the way leadership sees…
170: Next Gen Learners? Educators Must Adapt says Futurist Elliott Masie
Mar 7 • 28 min
“The biggest mistake we make is that we think the best subject matter experts will be the best teachers,” says our guest, Elliott Masie. He’s head of the Masie Center, a think tank focused on how organizations can support learning and knowledge…
169: Climbing the Arc of Change in Independent Schools with NBOA’s Jeff Shields
Feb 21 • 24 min
Friend of the show Jeff Shields is back to talk about building monumental change in independent schools as a preview of the 2017 NBOA Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. As President and CEO of NBOA, Jeff’s charter is to lift business officers beyond…
168: Finding Inspiration on the Outside — Bringing Innovation to Higher Ed
Feb 14 • 21 min
You never know where good ideas are going to come from. We take it as axiomatic that inspiration comes from synchronicity, and too often we leave it at that, relegating the best ideas to the whimsy of luck. This week on the show we’re…
167: Fixing the Flaws in the Academic Business Model with Bill Massy
Jan 31 • 32 min
Howard Teibel recently sat down with noted educator and prolific writer Dr. Bill Massy talk about our changing perception of universities as complex human systems. The advanced modeling work that Dr. Massy has over his distinguished career has helped…
166: Finding the Courage to Make the Toughest Decision
Jan 17 • 15 min
Today on the show we present a conversation on one of the toughest components of managing an exceptional team: letting go of those who no longer perform to expectations. Dr. Robert Johnson, Dean of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, joins us to talk…
165: Going Over the Falls with CU’s Larry Levine
Dec 20, 2016 • 13 min
Larry Levine, who serves University of Colorado as associate vice chancellor and CIO, joins us today to tell a story that will help drive our conversation on building exceptional teams. It’s a metaphor that helps to frame change in an organization…
164: Stack Your Bench — Succession Planning in Higher Ed
Dec 6, 2016 • 21 min
Succession planning — the way most of us do it — doesn’t work. Face it: the last thing that today’s leaders want to do is plan their exit while they’re still 100% invested in doing today’s work. And that’s why this topic is so important:…
163: Getting Rid of Dead Weight
Nov 15, 2016 • 17 min
This week, we’re talking plainly about a subject that most leaders typically bury in metaphor. You might be organizing seats on your bus, or trying to put the right tools in your shed. Whatever the creative euphemism, you’re talking about your…
162: Solving Student Housing Woes through Public-Private Partnership
Nov 10, 2016 • 15 min
The Public-Private Partnership is proving to be one of the more compelling solutions to complex financing challenges on campus, and if you’re not up to speed, you should start asking questions. This week on the show, Marcus Grimm joins us from…
161: Exploring Higher Education as Fiction with Professor Brad Allenby
Nov 1, 2016 • 25 min
Professor Brad Allenby maps the changes in higher education to grand revolutions of European history, that of the Glorious British Revolution of 1688 or the French Revolution leading to the Reign of Terror. As a faculty member at Arizona State…
160: Building Strategic Thinkers in Your Organization
Oct 18, 2016 • 15 min
Over the last two episodes we’ve discussed two major functions of strategic thinking. In the first, we shared insights around uncovering your key message. In part two, we focused on how to get the attention of your audience with headlining your…
159: Headline Your Success to Inspire Others through Emotion, Curiosity, and Clarity
Oct 11, 2016 • 14 min
We make split second decisions based on the headlines we see every day. Will we read the next email that hits the inbox? Will we take the time to read the next project plan in the pile? The answer depends on the power — and the persuasiveness — of…
158: Becoming a Strategic Communicator
Sep 27, 2016 • 14 min
Many of us, whether we recognize it or not, are doing an ineffective job at communicating strategically. If part of your day-to-day role is to move people and projects forward through influence, this week’s conversation is for you. It starts with a…
157: Sowing the Seeds of a New College: CMCI at University of Colorado
Sep 13, 2016 • 35 min
Dr. Lori Bergen is the founding dean of the College of Media, Communication and Information at University of Colorado. A veteran journalist turned academic, she’s president of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, and…
156: Grappling with Generational Differences in Higher Ed Leadership
Aug 30, 2016 • 34 min
Boomers. Gen-Xers. Millennials. With three generations in the workforce, institutional leaders are standing in the middle of an ideological stew. Members of each bring with them their own belief systems, their own value of work and change, their own…
155: The Art in the Story — Graphic Facilitation with Karyn Knight Detering
Aug 16, 2016 • 17 min
Great leaders know the importance of visuals to move groups to action. This week on the show we’d like to introduce you to an expert in the art and technique of telling a story quickly, powerfully, and artistically. Karyn Knight Detering is an…
154: Access, Affordability, and Appreciation for Alternatives to get an Education with the Chronicle’s Scott Carlson
Aug 2, 2016 • 38 min
Scott Carlson is an award winning senior writer for The Chronicle of Higher Education, where he has been contributing to our field since 1999 across a range of issues: college management and finance, the cost and value of higher ed, planning,…
153: Scope, Solution & Strategy — A tale of project management efficiency
Jul 19, 2016 • 20 min
Most new engagements begin with an idea. Leadership presents an objective and the team gets to work. Whether it’s a strategy retreat or a new team-building program, the most common march is one of people moving, celebrating activity, without a pause…
152: New America’s Amy Laitinen on Higher Ed Advocacy, Policy, and the Most Important Constituent
Jul 5, 2016 • 35 min
Our guest today is passionate about education. That, of course, could be said of any of us working in institutions across the country. Amy Laitinen doesn’t exercise her passion for education in the classroom, however. She fights for quality and…
151: Goucher President José Bowen shares the power of improvisation in institutional leadership
Jun 21, 2016 • 28 min
How do we transform our institutions and learning models to meet the needs of tomorrow’s students? What does “student success” mean to the academic mission of tomorrow’s institutions? How do we better adapt the college experience to address…
150: “A Voice, a Vote, and a Veto” — A Human Approach to Shared Governance
Jun 7, 2016 • 14 min
Howard Teibel’s latest feature, “A Voice, a Vote, and a Veto,” hits the pages of this month’s issue of NACUBO Business Officer Magazine. It’s an approach to shared governance you might not be hearing right now, not focusing on…
149: Gerald Hector Part 2 — The power of storytelling in driving participation across the institution
May 31, 2016 • 25 min
Gerald Hector is Vice President for Finance and Administration at Ithaca College. In part one of our conversation last week, Gerald shared his insights on the importance of the CBO-CIO relationship, and we expected that to be the extent of our…
148: Gerald Hector brings IT Insight to the Finance Office — Part 1
May 24, 2016 • 22 min
Gerald Hector is Vice President for Finance and Administration at Ithaca College. He serves as chief financial officer with administrative oversight to the offices of Auxiliary Services, Digital Instruction and Information Services, Facilities, and…
147: WACUBO Live — Incoming WACUBO Presidents Share the Pressure and Opportunity of Leadership Legacy
May 10, 2016 • 19 min
This week we have the second of our live podcasts coming to you from the Western Association of College and University Business Officers Annual Conference in San Francisco. Howard Teibel is joined by the incoming WACUBO presidents in which they…
146: WACUBO Live — Outgoing Regional Presidents on the “Education Trust” and Innovation on Campus
Apr 26, 2016 • 23 min
145: Engaging in Failure and Creativity with First American’s Chad Wiedenhofer
Apr 19, 2016 • 23 min
How do you get people to engage in a conversation around failure? According to our guest, “you can see in organizations where iteration and the failure that might come with it is accepted as something that can be positive, and something that can…
144: Cultivating Organizational Excellence at WACUBO 2016
Apr 12, 2016 • 23 min
In just a few weeks, the Western Association of College and University Business Officers 2016 Annual Conference is set to convene in San Francisco, California. The program is full of incredible speakers and events kicking off Sunday, April 24 with a…
143: Uncovering the Unknown Unknowns — A Systematic Approach to Institutional Risk Management with Janice Abraham
Apr 5, 2016 • 28 min
Risk mitigation is not new, says our guest. “But it’s also not easy.” And Janice Abraham should know. As CEO of United Educators, a premier risk management and liability insurance company in higher education, Abraham spends her days leading the charge…
142: Managing for the Future while Solving Problems of Today with Bentley University President Gloria Larson
Mar 29, 2016 • 29 min
At this year’s EACUBO Annual Workshop in Boston, Howard Teibel shared the stage with Bentley University President Gloria Larson in a conversation titled Building and Supporting your Leadership Team that centered on how leadership teams…
141: The Queen Sacrifice — Gambling the Most Precious Asset in Higher Ed with Bryan Alexander
Mar 22, 2016 • 22 min
In late 2013, our guest, futurist Bryan Alexander, and colleagues crowd-sourced a new metaphor into our higher ed vernacular: The Queen Sacrifice. According to Alexander, The Queen Sacrifice is a strategy in which “a college or university…
140: Small Initiatives Set the Course for Big Change
Mar 14, 2016 • 18 min
Want to condition yourself to do 100 push-ups a day? Then start with just one, and do it right after you use the restroom. Such is the advice from Stanford professor BJ Fogg in his TEDxTalk about using tiny habits to launch big change in your…
139: Taking Risks, Releasing Control, and Strategic Planning with Valparaiso U. President Mark Heckler
Mar 7, 2016 • 34 min
“I never used the words ‘strategic planning’…” Mark Heckler has served as president of Valparaiso University since 2008. In his tenure so far, the institution has achieved some notable wins: expanded facilities,…
138: The Toughest Job — 2016 Student Financial Services Conference
Mar 1, 2016 • 14 min
When we talk about good customer service in higher education, what does that mean? Do your teams recoil at the word ‘customer’? Is there a shared interest in delivering quality service across the institution? If any of these questions are…
137: Reflections on Change at the NBOA Annual Meeting 2016
Feb 25, 2016 • 20 min
“People don’t have a problem with change. They have a problem with the uncertainty that the change — or the anticipation of the change — creates.” Howard has returned from the NBOA Annual Meeting in Los Angeles and brings lessons…
136: CMCI — Launching the First New College at CU Boulder in 53 Years
Feb 12, 2016 • 17 min
University of Colorado at Boulder is launching the first new college on campus in over 53 years. This is the beginning of an exciting period for the institution, one of building, creating, and supporting growth through bold academic and…
135: Bulding a Stronger Student and the Hidden Value in Online Learning with StraighterLine CEO Burck Smith
Feb 8, 2016 • 35 min
Burck Smith is the CEO and founder of StraighterLine, an education company that works to solve a major hurdle for many students: cost. They do this by offering accredited courses online for a monthly fee with credits that are guaranteed to transfer…
134: Revitalizing the 2-year to 4-year Transfer Process, Massive Opportunity in Higher Education
Feb 1, 2016 • 13 min
According to a study released last Tuesday, only 14% of students who start out in the community college system actually make the leap to a 4-year college and graduate. That the transfer system boasts some leaks is not a surprise to those of us…
133: Using Data to Spur Innovation and Support Strategy with Deleware State’s Teresa Hardee
Jan 25, 2016 • 27 min
What does sustainability look like? That’s the question at hand on the show this week, as we navigate the waters of innovation and decision making through strategic use of data. Dr. Teresa Hardee, CFO and CBO at Delaware State University, joins…
132: Exploring Xavier’s Center for Innovation with Provost Scott Chadwick
Dec 30, 2015 • 26 min
131: Addressing the Myths of Higher Education
Dec 30, 2015 • 22 min
This week’s conversation is inspired by two pieces in higher education circles. The first, by Beckie Supiano for the Chronicle, is targeted toward telling the story of college pricing and the overall education market to key constituent…
130: Practice what we Teach for Smarter Operations with Unimarket CEO Peter Kane
Dec 30, 2015 • 27 min
“Higher ed needs to eat its own dog food,” says Peter Kane, CEO of e-procurement firm Unimarket. This idea of dog-fooding, the concept that institutions practice extensively in their own operations what they teach in the classroom, has…
129: Futurist Bryan Alexander Measures Transformative Forces on our Higher Ed Horizons
Dec 14, 2015 • 39 min
This week on Navigating Change, we invite writer, speaker, and teacher, Bryan Alexander, to join us and talk about the ever changing world of higher education. As a futurist, Bryan navigates trends in the field of how technology transforms…
128: Courage in the Classroom with St. Edward’s U. Professor Santiago Toledo
Dec 2, 2015 • 28 min
127: 1/6 — 2/3 — 1/6
Nov 30, 2015 • 21 min
Arguably the most challenging part of any change process is rallying the support of the people around you to join you on your way. This week on the show, we present Howard Teibel’s model for approaching any population you’re trying to…
126: The Levers and Pulleys of Financial Sustainability at NBOA 2016
Nov 17, 2015 • 20 min
Howard Teibel once again joins the ranks of presenters at the NBOA Annual Meeting 2016 in Las Angeles. This week on the show, we talk about the levers and pulleys of financial sustainability — tools of financial officers to make change toward…
125: Moving In — The value of the internal change agent with Benchmark’s Christian Recknagel
Nov 11, 2015 • 38 min
When you’re on the outside, observing teams in action, you have the benefit of the unique perspective to offer insights that lead to real change. This is the benefit of the consultative model, and of teams engaging in external support to help…
124: Power, Control & Shared Governance
Nov 2, 2015 • 30 min
This week on Navigating Change, we’re talking about the space between power and control on campus. It is somewhere between these two concepts that there exists a détente between well-meaning though protective faculty and campus leaders. As an…
123: Reflections on volunteer leadership, engagement & becoming an instrument of inspiration
Oct 26, 2015 • 21 min
We’re back and settled into our post-EACUBO rhythm, so this week we thought we’d take a few minutes to reflect on lessons learned, lessons (hopefully!) taught, and leave you with some insights on the value of volunteer leadership. The big…
122: Live from EACUBO 2015 — Gregg Goldman & Dave Button on Common CBO Challenges, Opportunities
Oct 20, 2015 • 16 min
This week on Navigating Change we’re once again recording live from the Cheers Lounge at the EACUBO Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Howard Teibel hosts a conversation this week with two esteemed guests: Gregg Goldman, SVP and CFO at The University of…
121: Live from EACUBO 2015—The Regional Presidents Gather!
Oct 13, 2015 • 21 min
This week on Navigating Change we’re recording live from the Cheers Lounge at the EACUBO Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. Howard Teibel has gathered the regional presidents for a conversation on the state of higher ed after a day of learning in…
120: Yes, you can own your Disruptive Innovation
Oct 6, 2015 • 26 min
Disruptive Innovation, the concept that new — typically inferior — products have the tendency to crowd out better products that are more costly, has been doing it’s own crowding in higher ed leadership. This week in the Chronicle, Evan Goldstein…
119: EACUBO’s Lynne Schaefer on Strategic Conversations and Leading Change
Sep 29, 2015 • 31 min
Next month, eastern business officers and university representatives decend on Philadelphia for EACUBO’s 2015 Annual Meeting. Howard Teibel will be there, this year joining incoming EACUBO chair Lynne Schaefer hosting a conversation on Facilitating…
118: NACUBO’s Sue Menditto on Building the Organization you Want
Sep 15, 2015 • 26 min
On September 28th the NACUBO 2015 Planning and Budgeting Forum kicks off in Austin, Texas and Howard Teibel will be there, joining Sue Menditto — NACUBO’s director of accounting policy — in a presentation on leadership and change and getting the…
117: Manu Narayan brings artful insight to board leadership at Carnegie Mellon
Sep 8, 2015 • 33 min
This week on Navigating Change we welcome Manu Narayan to the show. Manu is a truly renaissance man. He’s an actor of stage and screen. He’s an accomplished musician. He’s a writer and producer. And for all his professional creative talents, he…
116: The Five Unbelievable Things You Don’t Know are Broken in your Leadership Teams!
Sep 1, 2015 • 28 min
Hard skills and soft skills. We’ve certainly discussed them before. Your organization is likely full of competent leaders, managers, and team members well qualified to perform their functions, expert finance leaders, marketing and enrollment…
115: Revisiting Decision-Making: Do you really understand the conversation you’re in?
Aug 25, 2015 • 23 min
Last week’s conversation on turning leaders into guides inspired us to revisit the Teibel Decision-Making Model in the light of helping guides facilitate decision-making without authority. How do you help those empowered and accountable for change…
114: Helping Leaders Transform to Guides at AGB
Aug 18, 2015 • 22 min
Making the transition from leader to guide, from administrator of your own institution to agent of change for others, is a complex effort both personally and professionally. At this year’s AGB Conclave, new and seasoned administrators alike came…
113: Presumptions, Assumptions, and New Realities: The NACUBO Economic Models Project
Jul 30, 2015 • 29 min
NACUBO is currently developing a body of research and series of tools to help business officers and their institutions assess their place in the economic landscape of higher education. Changing demographics and a decline in students, decline in state…
112: The Challenges of Implementation with Unimarket’s Brian Sweeney
Jul 23, 2015 • 28 min
Today we’re talking about bottlenecks in project implementation, it’s a sort of spiritual follow-up to a conversation we had just a few weeks back, (The Danger of Thinking in Projects — Ep 101), and we have an expert with us to share the load…
111: Mergers & Aspirations with Rutgers CBO Mike Gower from NACUBO 2015
Jul 20, 2015 • 35 min
Being in the middle of a major school merger, Mike Gower knows the importance of clear and concise strategic plan. As SVP for finance and treasurer at Rutgers, Mike has an active role in leading change as these institutions come together, aligning…
110: The Mentorship Mindset and Leveraging Hidden Resources with Nuno Cuoto
Jul 14, 2015 • 29 min
Nuno Cuoto lives and works from his RV. In his work as a consultant and project manager in higher education, his ultra-mobile command center has become a central component to leading change through his firm, Optimal Partners.
109: The Attitude/Behavior Connection at the 2015 Administrative Management Institute
Jul 7, 2015 • 24 min
If you’re a line manager, you might live in a world in which you believe that decisions are made above your pay grade. This week, we dispel that myth and share how your behavior can affect the attitude of yourself, your peers, and your leadership.
108: Choose YOU — The Importance of Vacations & Downtime in Delivering Great Work
Jun 30, 2015 • 29 min
As we transition into summer, join us — Howard Teibel and Pete Wright — in our pledge to choose health, reduce stress, and recharge.
107: Be a Better Presenter with Gail Gregory
Jun 23, 2015 • 37 min
If you’re taking the stage as a presenter at the NACUBO Annual Meeting, you’re (hopefully!) well into preparing your presentation, rehearsing your slides, ensuring your jokes are funny, and timing what are sure to be copious applause breaks! But…
106: Creativity at a Crossroads: the CAO/CBO Partnership at University of Colorado
Jun 16, 2015 • 30 min
Today on the show, Kelly Fox and Russ Moore share the background of the story of their partnership, and the core principles that drive conditions for change at University of Colorado at Boulder.
105: The Hardest Conversations—Ongoing Lessons from Sweet Briar College
Jun 9, 2015 • 18 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright reflect on Sweet Briar, and the questions and challenges that arise from their move to close after this academic year.
104: Shared Services as a Tool for Change
Jun 2, 2015 • 30 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright offer insights and experience in moving toward a shared services model from the administrative and faculty perspectives.
103: Empowering Teams to Take Initiative with New Hampton School’s Andrew Menke
May 26, 2015 • 39 min
How do you lead from behind and mentor others to step forward? This week, Howard Teibel and New Hampton School Headmaster Andrew Menke discuss strategies behind empowering teams to take initiative.
102: The Need for Authentic Collaboration
May 19, 2015 • 16 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright offer suggestions and observations to help institutions break down barriers and move toward significant and authentic shared governance across the institution.
101: The Danger of Thinking in Projects
May 12, 2015 • 21 min
This week, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the importance of making the leap from “project thinking” to framing change around transformation, dodging the stagnation that comes with the return to business as usual, once change projects close.
100: Jesuit lessons on leading cultural change from AJCU 2015
May 5, 2015 • 15 min
The Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities just wrapped up their annual conference at Fordham University in New York City and Howard Teibel was on hand with our friends from Loyola to discuss Loyola’s administrative and academic review.
99: Lessons from AGB’s National Conference on Trusteeship
Apr 27, 2015 • 18 min
Fresh from AGB 2015 National Conference on Trusteeship, Howard and Pete dive into the importance of changing our thinking from cooperation to collaboration, and shifting adversarial relationships toward finding alignment across the entire institution.
98: What are Presidents, Chancellors, and Cabinets Dealing with Today?
Apr 20, 2015 • 18 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright take a walk through the issues facing major higher ed institutions and set the stage for lessons yet to come.
97: Dr. Larry Baker Brings Communication, Humor to Trusteeship in Iowa
Apr 13, 2015 • 25 min
This week on Navigating Change, we continue our conversation on governance with trustee Larry Baker. Dr. Baker serves as medical director for the emergency department of UnityPoint health in Des Moines, Iowa.
96: Is Yours the Best Place to Work? Find out with guest Ron Friedman, PhD
Apr 6, 2015 • 32 min
We’ve invited Ron Friedman to join us for a conversation around the design of workplaces that cultivate engagement and creativity and, as an academic himself, to share his insights into what education can learn & apply toward a stronger work environment
95: Building Consequential Boards with Dr. Richard Chait
Mar 30, 2015 • 33 min
This week we welcome Richard Chait to Navigating Change. Dr. Chait is Professor Emeritus of Higher Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and co-author of “Consequential Boards: Adding Value Where It Matters Most” published by AGB.
94: The Story of UMass Lowell — Change, Agility, and Growth with Joanne Yestramski & Lauren Turner
Mar 23, 2015 • 34 min
Teibel, Inc. has been working with UMass Lowell as part of the institution’s strategic planning process. Today on the show, we’re going to dive deeper into the project with our special guests from UML, Joanne Yestramski and Lauren Turner.
93: Governance — Authority, Accountability & Responsibility in Shared Governance with Dr. Stephen Fowl
Mar 16, 2015 • 34 min
This week on the show, Professor Steve Fowl joins us to share his insights as an academic leader on what makes shared governance work.
92: Governance — Finding Balance Between the Board and Administration with St. Edward’s President George Martin
Mar 9, 2015 • 21 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright investigate the careful balance between the board and the president in protecting and growing their institutions with St. Edward’s University President George Martin.
91: Governance — AGB President Rick Legon on Breaking Norms to Build Great Boards
Mar 2, 2015 • 17 min
In part two of our series on governance, we turn to Rick Legon. In his role as president of the Association of Governing Boards, Rick has worked with institutions around the world, helping to strengthen board relationships and further a dialog for change.
90: Governance — Leadership, Strategy, & Creativity at the Top
Feb 23, 2015 • 12 min
Today we begin a series exploring governance in higher education from the perspective of leaders across the institution. Howard Teibel and Pete Wright host a dialog around authority, accountability, and responsibility for leadership.
89: Datapoints — Learning to Love your Institutional Research with Loyola’s Terra Schehr
Feb 16, 2015 • 25 min
Today on the show, we welcome Terra Schehr, Assistant Vice President of Institutional Research and Effectiveness at Loyola University Maryland. Terra shares her experience leading the IR team in demonstrating and serving the institution through data.
88: President George Martin on “Investing in Our Future” at St. Edward’s University
Feb 10, 2015 • 22 min
This week on Navigating Change, Dr. George Martin shares his experience in cultivating top-down and bottom-up decision making that positively engages the entire university community as president of St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas.
87: Incentives for Innovation & Problem Solving with guest Roger L. Martin
Feb 2, 2015 • 36 min
“In tasks of the mind, monetary incentives don’t improve performance,” says guest Roger L. Martin. In doing so he provides a foundation for a conversation that addresses the competencies of our teams, and inspiring our best players to do their best
86: AGB President Rick Legon on Board Leadership, Adaptability in the Face of Tectonic Change in Higher Ed
Jan 26, 2015 • 30 min
The 2015 National Conference of the Association of Governing Boards is coming up April 19-21 in Phoenix and this year’s event promises a rich line-up of leaders and board members tackling the biggest issues facing higher ed institutions around the world
85: Loki’s Wager — Building Trust through Difficult Negotiations
Jan 19, 2015 • 23 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss Loki’s Wager, and share insight that can help to adjust our natural assumptions around conflict, trust, and the ground rules required for an effective decision-making engine.
84: Year in Review: 4 Big Trends to Watch in Higher Ed 2015
Jan 12, 2015 • 20 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright take on four key trends bound to influence your decision making in 2015.
83: Growing Independent School Biz Officers with NBOA President Jeff Shields
Dec 15, 2014 • 30 min
We’re thrilled to welcome NBOA President Jeff Shield to the show this week with welcomed insight around the importance of the business officer in the independent school community, and the challenges they face in collaborative work across their campuses.
82: UMass Lowell Provost Ahmed Abdelal on Building Academic Collaboration
Dec 12, 2014 • 31 min
This week on the show, UMass Lowell Provost Ahmed Abdelal joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright to reflect on his philosophy around academic leadership and his successes in working toward respectful and reciprocal leadership across the institution.
81: Exceptional Group Decision-Making
Dec 1, 2014 • 19 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel illuminates the decision making process for teams, shares his own insights for making difficult decisions, and creating teams that do the same.
80: How the Struggle for Perfection can Stifle the Team
Nov 17, 2014 • 17 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright unravel the nature of perfectionism on teams. From our common understanding of team norms to how this drive toward perfection can hinder the discovery of key insights.
79: How do you Transition from Sage to Guide?
Nov 10, 2014 • 19 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the key tenets of process consultation, and offer guidance for asking tough questions of our own assumptions in our work to drive change in our institutions.
78: Regional Leaders on Regional Challenges in Higher Ed — Live from EACUBO 2014
Nov 3, 2014 • 17 min
This week, we’re joined by all four regional CUBO presidents for a conversation on the challenges they’re facing in their regions.
77: Strategic Leadership at EACUBO 2013 with Marta Perez Drake and Lynne Schaefer
Oct 27, 2014 • 15 min
This week on the show, Lynne Schaeffer and Marta Perez Drake join Howard Teibel and Pete Wright to share their work in developing CBOs as strategic leaders prepared for broader challenges beyond the typical expectations of the office.
76: Strategic Leadership and Big Change at Loyola Part 3 — VP of Administration Terry Sawyer
Oct 20, 2014 • 30 min
This week on Navigating Change we continue our three-part series in which we share the administrative and academic review from the inside out with Terry Sawyer, VP of Administration at Loyola University Maryland.
75: Building Outstanding Consulting Partnerships
Oct 13, 2014 • 23 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel shares his experience in building outstanding relationships with external consultants as a consultant himself.
74: The Academic’s View in the Administrative Review at Loyola Maryland Part 2 — Professor Steve Fowl
Oct 6, 2014 • 27 min
This week on Navigating Change we continue our three-part series in which we share the administrative and academic review from the inside out.
73: Gail Gregory on Strategic Communication at CACUBO Annual Meeting
Sep 30, 2014 • 11 min
This week on the show, Gail Gregory joins Pete Wright to share her perspective on strategic communication and the evolving role and responsibility of the business officer, with a great review of the big events coming up at CACUBO this weekend. Listen in!
72: The Administrative and Academic Review at Loyola Maryland Part 1 — CFO Randy Gentzler
Sep 28, 2014 • 18 min
Loyola Maryland CFO Randy joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright to share his experience in launching the institution toward a new model of fiscal and organizational success with through a rigorous administrative and academic review.
71: UNE’s Nicole Trufant on Communicating for Clarity at EACUBO 2014
Sep 22, 2014 • 18 min
This week on the show, UNE’s Nicole Trufant joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright to discuss how the role and responsibility of the business officer has changed in the last decade, and shares insights into her daily work to support her institution.
70: Canisius College President John Hurley on Leadership, Strategy, and Communication
Sep 8, 2014 • 47 min
This week on Navigating Change, Canisius College President Hurley joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright to reflect on his role as he begins his fifth year of service. He shares his approach to building understanding across students, faculty, and staff.
69: Building Trust and the Higher Ed Business Model with EACUBO Chair Michael Gower
Sep 1, 2014 • 28 min
Michael Gower currently serves as senior vice president of finance at Rutgers University and chair of EACUBO — he joins us on the show this week to share his insights on trust, technology, and forces impacting the business model in higher eduction.
68: Linda Penland talks Shared Services, Communication, and Unimarket NOW!
Aug 25, 2014 • 21 min
Howard Teibel will be joining the ranks of presenters at the Unimarket NOW user conference in Nashville October 22-24. To help us get ready, event co-chair Linda Penland joins us today with all the details.
67: The Future of Education with Grant Lichtman — Part 2
Aug 18, 2014 • 24 min
This week on Navigating Change, Grant Lichtman joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright for part two of a conversation covering his exploration, and the evolution away from assembly line education.
66: The Future of Education with Grant Lichtman — Part 1
Aug 11, 2014 • 17 min
This week on Navigating Change, Grant Lichtman joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright for part one of a conversation covering his #EdJourney exploration, and the evolution away from assembly line education.
65: Amir Rahnamay-Azar on Collaborative Leadership at Carnegie Mellon
Aug 4, 2014 • 30 min
Seasoned business officer Amir Rahnamay-Azar joins us on the show this week to share his leadership practices as a new member of the Carnegie Mellon University leadership team.
64: John Walda on the changing role of leadership in Higher Education — Part 2
Jul 28, 2014 • 20 min
NACUBO President John Walda joins the roundtable this week to share reflections on the NACUBO Annual Meeting 2014 in Seattle and the role of the conference in defining and supporting business officers in their work.
63: John Walda on the changing role of leadership in Higher Education — Part 1
Jul 21, 2014 • 18 min
NACUBO President John Walda joins the roundtable this week to share reflections on the NACUBO Annual Meeting 2014 in Seattle and the role of the conference in defining and supporting business officers in their work.
62: Cultivating Organizational Excellence with UW’s Ruth Johnston
Jul 14, 2014 • 23 min
This week on the show, University of Washington’s Ruth Johnston joins us to share insights on developing a best-in-class program around organizational excellence.
61: How to get the most out of the NACUBO 2014 Annual Meeting
Jul 7, 2014 • 16 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright walk through the key strengths of NACUBO 2014, from developing new business officers to developing a culture of collaboration across campus.
60: Conflict & Collaboration
Jun 30, 2014 • 15 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the opportunities and pitfalls inherent in building strong teams and offer suggestions for cultivating a progressive and productive team environment.
59: What do new business officers have to learn?
Jun 23, 2014 • 16 min
Howard Teibel has joined the speaker line-up of this year’s NACUBO New Business Officers Program with his presentation, “Leading, Managing, and Surviving Change.”
58: Balancing Culture and Innovation Part 2
Jun 16, 2014 • 14 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright share insights around building a culture that anticipates and celebrates change and innovation while embracing the legacy of their institutions.
57: Balancing Culture and Innovation at Chautauqua with Deborah Sunya Moore
Jun 9, 2014 • 31 min
This week on the show, Deborah Sunya Moore joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright to share how the Chautauqua Institution balances change with culture year after year.
56: Financial Leadership in the Business Unit with AMI director Fred Rogers
Jun 2, 2014 • 20 min
This week on the show, Fred Rogers joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright to share his perspective on AMI, and discuss the critical importance of strategic alignment across the institution.
55: Reflections on NAEP — Leadership Lessons from Procurement Pros
May 26, 2014 • 18 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel joins Pete Wright to share his insights from NAEP, and shares his thoughts for procurement professionals looking to improve their decision making prowess and strategic position in the institution.
54: Organizational Goal-Setting
May 19, 2014 • 17 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the nature of organizational goal-setting, and how to engage the institution in a process to translate the mission into daily activities that encourage growth and innovation.
53: Great Disruptors — Reflections from WACUBO 2014
May 12, 2014 • 21 min
The WACUBO 2014 Annual Meeting has just wrapped in Las Vegas, and Howard returns with his thoughts, reflections, and connections.
52: Mission, Vision, and the Strategic Planning Process
May 5, 2014 • 28 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discussion the nature and importance of your mission and vision statements to the strategic plan, and offer insights for that will help your teams rally behind your direction.
51: Communicating for Action with Kelly Fox — WACUBO 2014 Annual Meeting
Apr 28, 2014 • 12 min
This week on the show, Kelly Fox joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright to share her insights in effective communication, as Howard and Kelly prepare for their upcoming talk on the subject at the WACUBO 2014 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas.
50: Lifelong Learning — Insurgents in Traditional Ed?
Apr 21, 2014 • 19 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the massive shift occurring in traditional education and share insights on the characteristics of schools that are making this transition proactively.
49: Trust, Change, and Transitioning to Shared Services
Apr 14, 2014 • 14 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the issues surrounding shared service model specifically, and offer insights for making the transition in a way that helps all constitutes move through the change process smoothly.
48: Strategic Communication at SACUBO with Greg Lovins
Apr 7, 2014 • 15 min
This week on the show, Greg Lovins joins Howard and Pete Wright for an introduction to the interactive discussion they’ll be facilitating at the SACUBO Annual Meeting.
47: “With Clarity for All” — Strategic Collaboration in the Institution
Apr 7, 2014 • 14 min
This week on the show, Howard and Gail join Pete Wright to share their perspective on writing the feature for NACUBO’s Business Officer Magazine, and the critical importance of developing a culture of strategic collaboration across the institution.
46: Economy, Strategy, and the People Factor
Mar 31, 2014 • 26 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright talk about this trend as part of a package of adjustments the modern institution is turning toward for support as many struggle to adapt to new economic and educational realities.
45: Guest Andrew Menke on Leadership and Change at New Hampton School
Mar 24, 2014 • 25 min
This week on the show, Andrew Menke joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright for a conversation spanning the nature of transformation in complex systems to broad community engagement in crafting responsible change.
44: Better decision-making at the heart of organizational effectiveness
Mar 16, 2014 • 16 min
This week on the show, Howard and Pete Wright provide a framework for developing organizational effectiveness through better decisions.
43: Gearing up for EACUBO 2014 Annual Workshop — Reaching Across the Aisle
Mar 10, 2014 • 20 min
This week on the show, Howard and Roger set the stage for their presentation with a discussion on building trust, shifting responsibilities, and cultivating a shared commitment to delivering the mission of the institution.
42: Cultivating a Leadership Culture of Big Ideas in Education
Feb 23, 2014 • 17 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright offer a preview of that conversation and share insights from Teibel’s experience enabling teams to engage in big ideas with a keen eye on fiscal sustainability.
41: What Makes a Great CAO?
Feb 17, 2014 • 14 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss traits and characteristics of the best CAOs, and share insights on the spirit of academic collaboration that serves the mission in challenging times.
40: What Makes a Great CBO?
Feb 10, 2014 • 17 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the traits of good business officers, and look at how the great ones challenge assumptions and become leaders of strategy.
39: Integrating Teams that Don’t Speak Finance
Feb 3, 2014 • 21 min
This week, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the role of finance in strategy, and how finance leaders can move their initiatives forward with an eye on building support from partners that don’t live in the financial centers.
38: Movers of Rocks: Being a Leader of Change
Jan 27, 2014 • 16 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright share thoughts on becoming Leaders of Change as Howard prepares for his presentation on this subject at the National Business Officers Association Annual Meeting this March in Orlando.
37: Setting Standards & Managing Expectations
Jan 20, 2014 • 19 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the frustrations that come with accountability, standards, and managing clear expectations across teams.
36: New Year, Old Woes?
Jan 6, 2014 • 25 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright share thoughts on what’s to come for 2014, and how you can approach your challenges as an opportunity for change.
35: A hybrid approach to organizational change
Dec 16, 2013 • 23 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the role of the consultant, the importance of “hired experience,” and what it means to partner with an outsider when your internal environment is one of significant complexity.
34: The Three Flavors of Transformation
Dec 2, 2013 • 22 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright talk transformation, and the developmental, transitional, and transformational change we seek.
33: Making Difficult Decisions for Senior Leadership
Nov 18, 2013 • 22 min
This week on the show Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the perils of difficult decisions in an industry in great flux, and offer suggestions on how to diagnose whether your team is tackling the right issues for your organization at the right time.
32: Dealing with Irrational Anxiety on Teams in Transition
Nov 11, 2013 • 22 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright take on the anxiety that comes with big change, and discuss how team responses can impact the transformation you’re striving for.
31: EACUBO 2013 Follow-up — Grappling with Future of Higher Ed
Oct 28, 2013 • 22 min
Howard is back from Baltimore and this week we’re talking EACUBO! Administrators and business officers are continuing to grasp with radical change inside and outside our institutions.
30: Does Higher Ed Need Saving?
Sep 30, 2013 • 13 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright begin a discussion on reframing the call to fix higher ed and offer their thoughts on what it might take to create something altogether new.
29: Getting Ready for EACUBO 2013 in Baltimore!
Sep 23, 2013 • 15 min
EACUBO 2013 Annual Meeting is coming up October 6-9 in Baltimore, MD, and as usual, Teibel, Inc. will be well represented.
28: Turning Effective Listening into Action
Sep 16, 2013 • 19 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright talk about the power of active listening in change processes, and how great leaders turn that skill into action on their teams.
27: Uncovering the “Why” — Part 3
Aug 26, 2013 • 9 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright conclude their three-part discussion on a robust decision-making process and the importance of uncovering the “why” of every change initiative.
26: Uncovering the “Why” — Part 2
Aug 19, 2013 • 16 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright continue their three-part discussion on a robust decision-making process and the importance of uncovering the “why” of every change initiative.
25: Uncovering the “Why” — Part 1
Aug 12, 2013 • 15 min
This week on Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright begin a three-part discussion on a robust decision-making process and the importance of uncovering the “why” of every change initiative.
24: Navigating Loyalty
Aug 5, 2013 • 15 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright take on loyalty — to a person, to an institution, or to a cause — and discuss how an evolving sense of loyalty impacts teams.
23: Facing Finance Organizational Challenges at the Individual Level
Jul 29, 2013 • 20 min
Join Howard Teibel and Pete Wright for a conversation on change and the challenges facing today’s finance organizations this week on Navigating Change!
22: NACUBO 2013 Annual Meeting Reflections
Jul 22, 2013 • 16 min
We’re back from the NACUBO 2013 Annual Meeting — and what a terrific week it was! Howard Teibel is back with a review of key learnings and an assessment of the evolving direction of the organization. Listen in for our take!
21: Strategic Planning and Leading from the Seat You’re In
Jun 11, 2013 • 11 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel shares his objectives for his session at NACUBO 2013, encouraging business offers to get ready to think bigger than their functional roles.
20: Change, Complexity, and Preparing for NBOA 2012
Sep 7, 2012 • 11 min
This November, Howard Teibel will be heading to Chicago for the National Business Officers Association (NBOA) 2012 Strategic Leadership Conference. In brief, this is a conference dedicated to the people charged with moving our schools forward in times…
19: Helping Employees Embrace Change
Feb 28, 2012 • 21 min
This week on the show, join Howard Teibel and Pete Wright for a discussion on the change framework introduced in “Helping Employees Embrace Change” available on http://HRHorizons.nacubo.org, and the importance of building a positive change environment.
18: Building Your Vision 2020 Part 4 - with John Eldert and Howard Teibel
Jun 28, 2010 • 17 min
This week on the show, we bring you part four of our conversation with John Eldert, VP of Administration at Berklee College of Music. He joins Howard Teibel to discuss their work on the business approach to strategic planning in higher education.
17: Building Your Vision 2020 Part 3 - With John Eldert and Howard Teibel
Jun 21, 2010 • 17 min
This week on the show, part three of our conversation with John Eldert, VP of Administration at Berklee College of Music as he joins Howard Teibel to discuss their work on adapting the business approach to strategic planning for higher education.
16: Building Your Vision 2020 Part 2 - With John Eldert and Howard Teibel
Jun 14, 2010 • 11 min
This week on the show, we bring you part two of our conversation with John Eldert, VP of Administration at Berklee College of Music as he joins Howard Teibel to discuss their work adapting the business approach to strategic planning for higher education.
15: Building Your Vision 2020 Part 1 - with John Eldert and Howard Teibel
Jun 7, 2010 • 18 min
This week on the show, we bring you part one of our conversation with John Eldert, Vice President of Administration at Berklee College of Music. He joins Howard Teibel to discuss their work on adapting the this approach to planning for higher education.
14: The Importance of Training as a Team
May 31, 2010 • 10 min
This week, Howard Teibel joins Pete Wright with a few suggestions for team cross-training — ensuring that teams are aligned across departments and functions, and that process, not just systems, are tested all along the line.
13: The 15-Minute Meeting
May 24, 2010 • 8 min
In this episode, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright outline the rules of good meetings and provide suggestions for all who are plagued with ineffective meeting-itis on how to spark the right team behaviors and get back on track.
12: How do you increase productivity without carrying a big stick?
May 17, 2010 • 11 min
How do you get people working together without getting mired in politics and frustration? This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright take on this issue and offer key strategies for bringing your teams together.
11: We’re always selling
May 10, 2010 • 15 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright discuss the importance of selling, and the communications and negotiating skills that make great salespeople great, and how you can inspire improved communication on your teams with the right coaching.
10: Strategies for Building an Effective Retreat
May 3, 2010 • 18 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright dissect the perfect retreat, from finding outside perspective to avoiding agenda poison.
9: Strategies for implementing The Balanced Scorecard - Special Guest Rebeka Mazzone
Apr 26, 2010 • 21 min
This week on the show, Rebeka Mazzone joins Howard Teibel and Pete Wright to discuss strategies for bringing the Balanced Scorecard to your organization and fueling morale and trust at the same time.
8: Getting started with The Balanced Scorecard - Special Guest Rebeka Mazzone
Apr 17, 2010 • 17 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright are joined by Rebeka Mazzone of Accounting Management Solutions to discuss The Balanced Scorecard, and what organizations can achieve through it.
7: No one will hand you a positive attitude
Apr 12, 2010 • 12 min
This week, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright take a closer look at attitude on the job and offer key insights as to how teams deal with crises of attitude and how savvy managers can help pull staff back from the dark side.
6: Process Mapping
Apr 5, 2010 • 13 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright dissect this issue, and talk about just how important clear, visual process maps can be in communicating the work of your organization.
5: The New Leader in Town: Create Impact and Deliver Results as a New Leader to your Team
Mar 29, 2010 • 16 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright take on the new team leader and give you strategies for building an cohesive environment you can count on.
4: Aligning Goals to Strategic Plans: Turning Direction into Work
Mar 22, 2010 • 15 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright put perspective to turing strategy into action and give guidance on how you can better understand your primary charge as a leader.
3: Working in Virtual Teams: Motivating Teams and Learning Tolerance
Mar 15, 2010 • 16 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel and Pete Wright take on Virtual Teams, and provide insights and tools to help you navigate the change that comes with these new teamwork arrangements.
2: Canary in the Coal Mine: How do you know when your teams aren’t functioning?
Mar 1, 2010 • 16 min
This week on the show, Howard Teibel joins host Pete Wright to take on this issue and provide strategies for maintaining open communication and increasing the effectiveness of teams in the process.
1: Thriving in times of organizational crisis
Feb 22, 2010 • 17 min
In this episode of Navigating Change, Howard Teibel and host Pete Wright take on these difficult questions and offer guidance in navigating the political — and personal — challenges that come with job insecurity.