Wednesday, June 6 • 8:00am - 9:00am
It's not you, it's me: applying theories of organizational psychology to motivate and engage assessment stakeholders

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Stuck in a rut? Unable to successfully move assessment forward? Feeling uneasy about how assessment stakeholders view and use assessment at your institution? Maybe it's time to change the dialogue you're having with institutional stakeholders about assessment practice. This session will cover some basic theories relating to the science of human behavior in the workplace grounded in organizational psychology. You will learn how theory translates to actionable strategies that motivate, inspire and lead organizational change and how those changes directly relate to the assessment practices at your institution. During this session, participants will engage in lively discussion grounded in personal experience and start work on a change management plan that you'll take with you, share with colleagues and can be implemented the week you return to the office.

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Jonathan Keiser

City Colleges Chicago, City Colleges of Chicago
Jonathan Keiser is currently Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Educational Quality at City Colleges of Chicago where he oversees faculty facing academic operations including assessment of student learning, faculty development, and compliance and accreditation. Before taking this... Read More →
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Keith Werosh

Associate National Dean, Institutional Effectiveness, DeVry University
Dr. Keith Werosh is currently Associate National Dean, Institutional Effectiveness at DeVry University where he promotes engagement in the assessment of student learning for the DeVry University system and works toward integrating assessment into the University’s model of program... Read More →

Wednesday June 6, 2018 8:00am - 9:00am
Sun Valley

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