Tuesday, September 25
3:30 to 5 p.m. | Social 5 to 6 p.m.
DoubleTree by Hilton & West Fargo Conference Center
Systems and organizations are becoming much more complex to lead because every organization is part of a larger, complex system. Leaders no longer have the luxury of planned change, certain futures or predictable elements of competition. In our constantly-changing, technology-driven work environment, our traditional views on leadership are being challenged. Even though we respond faster, produce more and are more efficient, the needle on organizational performance doesn’t move. Too often, we fall into a trap of rushing to demonstrate we are doing something (checking a box), and in that rush, we are missing the real opportunities for success.
Leadership occurs at all levels of the organization. You can make a difference in the culture of your area, department or company through talent management, purpose and authenticity. This session will describe strategies used by high-performing leaders, illustrate the impact those strategies have on organizational culture, and show how you can move the needle.
Minnesota State Community
and Technical College
This session gives women the permission (and the evidence) to support the talents and values they bring to the workplace as effective strategies to move the needle, and illustrate how they can support people and clear their calendars of many “box-checking” obligations. This isn’t a theoretical leadership discussion – the session will provide concrete examples of ways women can enjoy leading.
About the presenter
Carrie Brimhall is the President at Minnesota State Community and Technical College. She is a dynamic, authentic and strategic leader who believes people are the heart of an institution. In her role, she focuses on developing and empowering teams, striving for continuous improvement, and using value-driven strategies to facilitate institutional change.
She has led accreditation efforts, directed large federal grants, revitalized academic programs, facilitated changes in developmental education to increase student success, and incorporated a center for teaching, learning, & technology across a multi-campus institution.
Dr. Brimhall has also served M State as Associate Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs, interim provost, dean of enrollment and director(s) of admissions, housing, recruitment and retention. She earned her doctoral and master’s degrees in organizational management, with a specialization in leadership at Capella University, her bachelor’s degree in communications at Concordia College and her associate of arts degree at Minnesota State Community and Technical College.
Chamber members: $25 in advance | $30 at the door
Non-members: $35 in advance | $40 at the door