Tag: Conferences

A Guide to AMA Higher Ed 2022

written by Rob Zinkan

In the handful of conferences I’ve attended in person over the last year, I’ve noticed a welcome trend: greater presence and intention among conference-goers. Everyone has a renewed appreciation for being with one another. Fewer heads are buried in screens during sessions. My RHB colleague Alex Williams has called these experiences “joyful reminders of the…Read more

Horizons

written by Alex Williams

Just a few weeks ago I had the wonderful opportunity to spend a number of uninterrupted days at the beach with my family. The beach is my favorite spot; it’s always just what I need to disconnect and recharge.  During my time there, in between the boogie boards and boardwalk fries, I found myself in…Read more

Slate Summit Recommendations for 2022

written by Megan Miller

The 2022 Slate Innovation Summit is almost here, and after a forced three-year hiatus for this in-person event due to the pandemic, the RHB team is eagerly anticipating our time in Nashville with the larger Slate community. As veteran attendees, we’ve learned a lot over the years about how to make the most of this…Read more

Imagine Voraciously: A Brief Excerpt

written by Rick Bailey

Here’s an introduction to Rick Bailey’s latest book, Imagine Voraciously, to whet your appetite for more. This new workbook dives into the beauty of imagination, offers inspirational insight and includes a variety of questions and exercises to explore by yourself or with your team. Books are available through RHB and you can own one by…Read more

Coherence, Cooperation and Cocktails

written by Sam Waterson

If you missed Coherence, Cooperation and Cocktails with the RHB team (our substitute for our annual Slate Summit gathering), you’re in luck. Here’s a recording and summary of the webinar where you’ll enjoy a great metaphor featuring a house (from the genius of Jess Ricker of Wellesley), a fair amount of talk about sports cars…Read more

A Guide to AMA Higher Ed 2019

written by Rob Zinkan

I always look forward to the AMA Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education and have enjoyed being involved over the years—whether that’s attending, presenting, podcasting about it on Higher Ed Live, or now serving on the conference committee. Next month’s conference marks the 30th year of AMA Higher Ed, the largest annual gathering of higher ed marketers, and the keynoters and overall program are especially strong.