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Tuesday, April 11 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Six simple (online) moves for best serving offline work, relationships, time, and talents

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Building on the ideas of the publication, Blending Leadership (Wiley, July 2016), as well as his work in a variety of school and startup settings, the co-author of the aforementioned book will lead participants through simple strategies and approaches to help them best serve their organizations and the people within them.
This session is designed around the intuitive principle that using technology tools well can augment existing technology-mediated communication. Perhaps more important, it is also designed around the counterintuitive principle that those same tools can create time and space for more meaningful human, in-person connections. Technology, rightly used, helps us to be effective (doing the right things), not merely efficient (doing things).
In this hands-on, highly collaborative session, participants will leave with a set of accessible moves for that can be implemented immediately and with a network that may continue to serve them. Also, with a chance to reexamine the priorities that lead them to pick up tech tools in the first place. As the saying goes, first we shape our tools . . . then our tools shape us. This session hopes to move us a step beyond that last part . . . designing for human interactions.

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Dr. Reshan Richards

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Teachers College, Columbia University
Dr. Reshan Richards is faculty member at Columbia University and Chief Learning Officer at Explain Everything, which he co-founded. Reshan also teaches an entrepreneurship course at Montclair Kimberley Academy in NJ and is the co-author of Blending Leadership: Six Simple Beliefs for Leading Online and Off. An Apple Distinguished Educator and member of Mensa, Reshan has an Ed.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University, an Ed.M from Harvard... Read More →

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