Community Forum Series: Let’s Get Re-Energized: Effective Performance Management (May)
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Managing employee performance can be daunting at times. Need to refresh and refocus? During this session, we’ll take look at effective employee performance management to advance not only our organization and our employees, but ourselves as well. Using an inventory, we’ll reflect on our own supervisory capabilities. Then, after review, we’ll focus on the “4 Cs” of Supervision: easy to understand behaviors that can yield big results when acted upon. Before we conclude with Q&A, we’ll make a positive commitment to “reup” our commitment to excellent employee performance management. Come prepared to reflect, share, and perhaps leave excited about working even better with those we lead.
With over 30 years of experience in Higher Education, Michael Miller bring a unique blend of knowledge and passion into his presentation and consulting work. As a sought-after presenter and consultant Michael has presented and worked with hundreds of colleges and universities around the United States at events ranging from New Student Orientation to Senior Class activities and events. In every instance, you can count on Michael to customize experiences to your needs and deliver the content in a direct and engaging manner.
HIGHER EDUCATION EXPERIENCES
At six different colleges and universities Michael has served in roles ranging from Residence Hall Director to Associate Dean of Campus Life, with many Director roles in between. Michael has worked with Fraternity and Sorority Life Multicultural Programs, Commuter Services, Student Media and Student Government. His passion has always been creating transformative experiences that build student capacity and leadership development but also create a vibrant and active campus life for all students.
While Michael has presented at numerous associations in Higher Education including, ACU-I, NASPA, CUPA, NEACUHO, NODA, the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) has been his professional home for over 30 years. As both a regional and national volunteer, Michael has filled numerous roles on Regional and National Conference committees, in the educational foundation and on the National Level. Michael also served on the NACA Board of Directors for 4 years and presided over the Regional Council during the Associations Regional Restructuring as the Vice-Chair for Regions. Honored by the Northeast Region as a Donald L. McCullough Award recipient and by NACA overall as a Founders Award winner, Michael has loved every minute of his involvement with the staff, associates and students in NACA.
In addition to traveling (in pre pandemic times) around 300 nights a year to colleges and universities, Michael has also served various institutions as a consultant. From 3 day “Program Reviews” in student activities, Greek life, Student Governance and Health and Wellness to long-term, residential consultancies in Student Affairs, Athletics, and Student Activities, Michael uses his experiences on the road and in staff supervision to recreate and re-energize struggling departments. Michael has also served as a part time HR consultant in Higher Education, working with Academic and administrative departments conducting presentations, mediations and one-on-one coaching.
After 20 years in Chicago, Michael recently moved home to New York City, where he loves to run along the Hudson River and in Central Park. He loves to travel to exciting places, having visited Madagascar, Dubai and Tahiti. And, he loves meeting interesting people in any coffee shop anywhere in the world.