Session Highlights from the AISES Leadership Summit

 

AISES Leadership Summit

April 27-29, 2017 | Chandler, Arizona

 

     
     
 

AISES Leadership Summit-Session Highlights! 

Here is a preview of a few of the sessions that will be part of the AISES Leadership Summit this year! Keep a lookout for more Session Highlights coming your way and get ready for Chandler, Arizona!

Session Track: Higher Education 
Session Title:  Keys to Successful Mentoring Relationships
Presenters: Dr. Karletta Chief, Assistant Professor, Arizona and Dr. Otakuye Conroy-Ben, Assistant Professor, Arizona

“A key element to being successful as an undergraduate and graduate student is having a good mentor and being a good mentee. This session will talk about habits to being a good mentee and how to build a successful mentor-mentee relationship. This includes creating trust, defining roles and responsibilities, having short- and long-term goals and consistently working towards those goals, solid communication, and solving problems together.”

Session Track: Higher Education
Session Title:  Say What?....Building your Effective Listening Skills
Presenter: Karen Kiester,  Senior Manager, Global Business Services, Michigan

“Say What?  While everyone hears a vast volume of information every day, it is important to distinguish between hearing and listening.  Cultivating listening skills is the foundation for effective communication and without this skill, messages are easily misunderstood.  To grow this critical skill, we need to decide to listen instead of just hearing and show concern for the person speaking.  If not, communication breaks down and can cause many issues that can effect not only your personal relationships but your professional ones as well.  Effective Listening requires the right attitude, posture, eye contact and eliminating distractions and can result in a strong impression.  It promotes a sense that both people are sharing a conversation rather than one talking at the other. Can you hear me now?”

Session Track: Professional 
Session Title: How to Work Effectively with Tribal Governments and Tribal Communities
Presenter: Arvin S. Trujillo, Manager, Government Relations, New Mexico

"This session will explore how to effectively prepare and provide a presentation or meeting with either a Tribal entity or community. As a result of attending this session, one will be able to better prepare to meet with either a Tribal agency, governmental entity, or community to provide information or to provide insight to help with their decision making or to provide information that you would like them to act on."

Session Track: Professional 
Session Title: Design Thinking:  A Framework for Teaming and Action
Presenter: Mallory Anderson, Researcher, Texas

"Design is the intent behind an outcome. IBM uses design thinking to form intent by developing understanding and empathy for our users.  IBM Design Thinking is our approach to applying design thinking at the speed and scale the modern enterprise demands. It's a framework for teaming and action. It helps our teams not only form intent, but deliver outcomes that advance the state of the art and improve the lives of the people they serve."

 
     

 

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Take a look back at the 2016 AISES Leadership Summit! 

   

Register for the 2017 AISES Leadership Summit today! 

Registration Rates:

Students - $ 99           

Advisors - $ 149        

Professionals- $ 229