Using Data to Inform Policy for the Wellbeing of Our Children - Kathleen Eaton Paterson, Dave Lapointe, Kelly Myles, and Sarah Teel Part of the 'Happiness & WellBeing: Building a National Movement' conference, the fifth North American Conference focused on the topics of Gross National Happiness, well-being as a policy focal point, and measuring what matters. It is inspired by the High Level Meeting: Wellbeing and Happiness: Defining a New Economic Paradigm held at the United Nations April 2-4, 2012.
Wizard of Us w/John Havens, Laura, Kathleen, Lauren-Glen, Rickey, Jane Part of the 'Happiness & WellBeing: Building a National Movement' conference, the fifth North American Conference focused on the topics of Gross National Happiness, well-being as a policy focal point, and measuring what matters. It is inspired by the High Level Meeting: Wellbeing and Happiness: Defining a New Economic Paradigm held at the United Nations April 2-4, 2012.
Lori is founder of 'Global Round Table Leadership' and works with people and teams who care to cultivate flourishing relationships for high performance. She draws on these essential qualities in her work as an advisor, human centered designer and facilitator. More information: www.globalroundtableleadership.com
So you've learned the Results-Based Accountability framework. The next step is to build systems of accountability within the organization? This short course offers the "brass tacks" in building a data collection, presentation and analysis assembly-line with your staff. Michael Moser, from the Vermont State Data Center and Shelagh Cooley from Common Good Vermont provide examples, tools and concrete next steps that you can implement immediately. Watch live online and call-in with your questions.
Leadership is all around us. Host Mark Furnari speaks with Brian O'Regan, Ed.D., Coordinator, School Leadership Program at Saint Michael's College.
Brian C. O'Regan Ed.D. is the Director of the School Leadership Graduate Program which provides grad students and licensed educators to earn their Master's Degree and endorsement to serve as a school principal in Vermont.
Host Shelagh Cooley speaks with Don Jamison, Executive Director of Vermont Employee Ownership Center (VEOC), and Emeritus Professor of Business Administration, Michael A. Gurdon, Ph.D., on the various models of business ownership and governance, their implications to local economies, and mechanics for resolving internal business issues. VEOC's 2014 Annual Conference takes place at St. Michael's College, June 3rd. Details: www.veoc.org
Community members, Peter Garritano, Sandy Baird, Charles Simpson, Mannie Lionni and Marc Estrin continue their roundtable conversation on student unions with Burlington College students David Littlefield and Mollie Skerry. More information at: facebook.com/thetealcircle facebook.com/vermontstudentunion
"Who Stole the American Dream?" Hedrick Smith, Pulitzer Prize-winning former reporter, Editor for The New York Times, Emmy Award-winning producer/correspondent for the PBS show Frontline.
Sponsored by the Marsh Professorship and Florence Davis Dean Lecture Series