Lessons Learned and Developing Yourself

Wednesday, July 26 | 12:30PM–1:45PM | Bixby 4 and 5, 2nd Floor
Session Type: General Session
Forming a peer cohort at the Management Institute is all about learning so that you can have a greater impact back at work. It is a unique opportunity to reflect, rethink, and renew your personal and professional successes and challenges. Hear from faculty as they share some lessons learned from the trenches and offer insights, successes, and failures from their own experiences. Explore the practical applications of continuous improvement and learning through a candid dialogue and hands-on exercises.

Objectives:Understand the value and importance of sharing, reflection, and renewal for sustained success * Gain insight and learn about resources to advance your own professional development * Commit to continuous improvement and learning by developing your Personalized Action Plan


  • Chuck Bartel

    Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, Duquesne University
  • Mike Chapple

    Associate Teaching Professor, University of Notre Dame
  • Joan Cheverie

  • Patrick Chinn

  • Deborah Keyek-Franssen

    AVP and Dean, University Connected Learning, University of Utah