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Keynote Speaker: Clint SidleWhen: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 | 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.Where:
Yehl Ballroom, Waldron Campus Center
Gannon University, 124 W. Seventh StreetCost:
General Admission $20
Gannon Employees Free (Subsidized by the TRANSFORM Grant)
Attend this highly interactive
session involving the exploration of theory and technique through a
series of activities that roughly simulates an effective change
management process. You will learn strategies and techniques
through three components at this event:
View the seminar agenda for more information.
Clint Sidle is the former director of the
prestigious Roy H. Park Leadership Fellows Program in the Johnson
Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, and is a
widely sought as a key note speaker and consultant in leadership
development, executive coaching, and managing strategic change. He
has worked with Fortune 500 companies, state and local educational
systems, and some of the nation's leading universities and
His leadership programs in the Johnson School and at Cornell has
earned national recognition. His developmental approach is based on
a unique experiential learning model that is the topic of his book
The Leadership Wheel: Five Steps to Achieving Individual and
Organizational Greatness released by Palgrave Macmillan
in September, 2005. He elaborates on the inner aspect of leadership
development in his most recent book This Hungry Spirit: Your
Need for Basic Goodness published in December 2009 by
Prior to his current role, for ten years Clint was the strategic
planner for Cornell and now possesses over two decades of
experience in facilitating strategic change efforts for business
and non-profit organizations. His approach to managing change is a
powerful combination of leadership development, team building, and
large group intervention techniques in facilitating and deepening
the impact of the process. He describes many of his methods in his
first book High Impact Tools and Activities for Strategic
Planning published in 1997 by McGraw Hill.
His most recent consulting clients in higher education include
Penn State University, SUNY, CUNY, U. of Arizona, and Universidad
del Pacifico in Peru. His private sector clients have included
Meredith Corporation, Borg Warner, Total Merchant Service Inc.,
Kellogg's Inc., Wellington Group, Citigroup, and Acosta.
For more information on Clint go to www.clintsidle.org.
Registration for non-Gannon employees can be completed online. The cost for
non-Gannon employees is $20.00, which includes a continental
breakfast, lunch and all materials.
After registering online, please make a check payable to Gannon
University, and send to attention:
CEB Dean's Office
109 University Square
Erie, PA 16541
All payments must be received in advance of the seminar.
We will not be able to accept any payments or registrations the day
of the seminar.
Gannon Faculty and Staff can register for the seminar by
visiting the CETL website on