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NACAS Event Schedule
Webinar: Navigating Difficult Conversations with Campus Partners
Join Rikki Turner and Dr. Thomas E Bunton from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock as they share tips and experiences for navigating difficult conversations with business partners. Whether you need to address performance deficiencies or terminate a contract, this webinar will prepare participants with best practices for identifying problems, preparing for the conversation, addressing the issues, and following up on the desired outcomes.
2:00 pm ET
Webinar: Navigating NACAS: How to Make the Most of Your Membership
Join Corey Salem, Director of Member Engagement of NACAS, and NACAS Membership Committee volunteers as we explore the breadth of your NACAS membership and all that it has to offer. From reviewing benefits to discussing future benefit launches, this webinar will serve as your A-Z, soup to nuts guide to making the most of your NACAS membership. Learning outcomes: NACAS members will develop a deeper understanding of their NACAS membership and the benefits that come with it.
April 22, 2018
Institute for Leadership & Management
Inviting campus auxiliary service leaders working at a management and director levels with oversight responsibilities and influence who seek to better understand the organizational politics and collaborative leadership involved with managing multiple operations and making intersectional decisions to improve productivity, profits, and overall campus experiences.
April 22-25, 2018
NACAS South Conference
Location: Charleston, SC
3:00 pm ET
Webinar: University of Houston Farmers Market – A Case Study
Lauren Ross and Michael Mendoza of the University of Houston will discuss their institution’s farmers market and how to leverage campus partnerships to overcome challenges. This webinar will provide a case study on planning, implementing, generating revenue, and connecting with local businesses to bring a farmers market to the campus community and further a commitment to sustainability and wellness.