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The Chair Academy Conference 2021
 

The Academy has begun working on rescheduling the annual Conference. We are currently looking at dates in April 2021, in Scottsdale, Arizona. We have spoken to our Keynote line-up, including Steven Covey, Mark Taylor, Alonzo Kelly, Mark Milliron, and our plenary panel of educational leaders, and all are excited to return. We hope to have the new dates and the venue secured in the next couple months, and we will update everyone at that time.

If you had already registered, or you committed to present at the Conference, we hope you will return in 2021.

Stay well. 

The Chair Academy Team

January 31, 2018

Personal-best leadership experiences all begin with a challenge, a novel or difficult situation that requires a departure from the norm. Exemplary leaders don’t back away. In fact, they see these circ...

A famous but possibly apocryphal tale about Albert Einstein is that he dreamed up the theory of relativity when riding his bicycle. Warren Buffett is on record as saying that he reads for six hours pe...

January 22, 2018

Anyone involved with higher education can enumerate problems that will need solutions well before we get to “tomorrow’s world”.  While it is probably safe to say that many of the future challenges wil...

January 15, 2018

When it comes to the subject of genuine, substantive change, higher education is a paradox. On the one hand, we work in a field in which we constantly develop new ideas, solutions, and practices withi...

January 10, 2018

A discussion between the Chair Academy Executive Director Rose Marie Sloan and Clifton L. Taulbert, global speaker, author, entrepreneur, and businessman. 

Clifton L. Taulbert, perhaps best known...

January 8, 2018

Learning to be a leader is like learning to be a great athlete, musician or artist. It’s a capability that develops over time, through trial and error, hard work, and practice. Leadership is learned b...

January 1, 2018

The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his information and his recreation, his love and his religion....

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