Award-winning educator, author, and academic leader Joan V. Gallos, will present the keynote at the MLA ’19 symposium, Managing from the Middle: Learning to Lead from Where You Are, sponsored by the Leadership and Management Section. If you are at all familiar with the literature in education and business leadership, organizational development, and workplace relationship transformation, you know Gallos’s work. Gallos will share wisdom and practical advice gained from a professional lifetime of learning and living as a leader in higher education and an international leadership consultant. Learn more about Gallos.
Gallos will join five of MLA’s own leadership experts—Rikke Sarah Ogawa, AHIP, Shalu Gillum, AHIP, Shannon D. Jones, AHIP, Erinn Aspinall, AHIP, and Christine Willis, AHIP—in facilitated discussions, interactive exercises, and lunch roundtables. The symposium is designed to leave you with skills in addressing diversity and inclusion, guiding staff through transitions and change, transforming difficult relationships, composing compelling communications, and other skills, soft and hard, that will help you elevate you career!
The symposium will be held on Saturday, May 4, 10:00 a.m.–4:15 p.m. Register for the symposium. Learn more about the symposium and other continuing education offerings in Leadership and Management and the other MLA competencies.