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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 06/14/2023 at 8:00 AM (EDT)

    ***This seminar is IN-PERSON only.*** Want to know more about pursuing a license? Do you have your license, and would you like to get your name out there as a candidate? Do not miss this event! Veteran school treasurers and treasurer search consultants will walk attendees through a typical “day in the life” of a school treasurer (hint: There is no such thing as a “typical day”). You are encouraged to attend in-person if you have your resume up to date and are actively pursuing a Treasurer's License. If you are doing an initial investigation of a career as a school district treasurer, you may attend virtually.

    Date: 06.14.2023 ***This seminar is IN-PERSON only.***

    Location: OASBO Conference Center, 98 Commerce Park Drive, Westerville, Ohio 43082

    Cost:  $25

    Want to know more about pursuing a license?  Do you have your license, and would you like to get your name out there as a candidate?  Do not miss this event!  Veteran school treasurers and treasurer search consultants will walk attendees through a typical “day in the life” of a school treasurer (hint: There is no such thing as a “typical day”).


    AGENDA

    *COMING SOON


  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 06/13/2023 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Conversations, even hard ones, can start out well. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, it goes bad. Unfortunately, you cannot control the response of the other person, but you can be prepared when it happens. Being able to respond well at the moment can move the conversation back to a place of productivity. You will learn: • How to build trust so the relationship can sustain the hard conversation • How to fully understand the other person’s perspective so you can meet their needs and yours • How to integrate this understanding into the template for the conversation • How to start and hold the conversation. • How to build dialogue rather than argument.

    Date: 6.13. 2022, 12 p.m.

    Location: Online

    Cost: Member - $0 | Non-Member - $55

    Conversations, even hard ones, can start out well. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, it goes bad. Unfortunately, you cannot control the response of the other person, but you can be prepared when it happens. Being able to respond well at the moment can move the conversation back to a place of productivity. You will learn:

    • How to build trust so the relationship can sustain the hard conversation
    • How to fully understand the other person’s perspective so you can meet their needs and yours
    • How to integrate this understanding into the template for the conversation
    • How to start and hold the conversation.
    • How to build dialogue rather than argument.

    Other Webinars in this Series

    Session 1 - Know Thyself

    The way we think and feel as we enter a conversation greatly impacts our communication from the words we use to our body language. In this session, we will work on our attitudes, thoughts, and feelings that sabotage the conversation from the start. You will learn to answer the following questions to better prepare yourself for the conversation:

    • What are the stories/assumptions I’m bringing to the conversation? 
    • What do I really want out of the conversation? 
    • What do I want out of the relationship with the other person? 
    • What can I control? • What difference does any of this make? 
    • How do I start the conversation so that we can talk rather than argue? 
    • What words do I use?

    Session 2 - Holding a Candid AND Respectful Conversation

    We often feel we can be honest/direct or respectful/kind to the other person. Unfortunately, this mindset does not give us the room to be both. In this session, we will learn how to hold a hard conversation in a way that is honest and direct while being respectful to the other person. The goal is to achieve meaningful dialogue rather than argument. You will learn:

    • How to prepare for the conversation.
    • How to start the conversation
    • What words do I use? (Template for holding the hard conversation) 
    • How do I respond when the other person gets angry?

    Session 3 - Learning How to Prevent the BIG, UNCOMFORTABLE Conversation

    Sometimes it can feel like everywhere we look, there is a looming big, uncomfortable conversation. The good news is there is a way to minimize the occurrence of these conversations and still have respectful and candid conversations that build relationships and get things done. You will learn:

    • How to build trust accounts in relationships. 
    • What is a crucial conversation? 
    • How to recognize when a conversation is needed 
    • How to eliminate the majority of the hardest conversations





     

    Kara Brown

    Consultant

    Kara is the Superintendent for the Hardin and Union County Boards of DD.  She has been working with OASBO since 2015 to deliver training including 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Leadership at the Speed of Trust, and Crucial Conversations.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 05/18/2023 at 8:00 AM (EDT)

    This seminar is designed to integrate modules from the Essentials Curriculum offered by OASBO with an emphasis on content focused for the first quarter of the fiscal year (July, August, September). Specific areas covered in each quarter include CCIP, EMIS and budget-related content.

    Date: 05.18.2023

    Location: OASBO Conference Center | 98 Commerce Park Drive, Westerville, OH 43082 | or Virtual via Zoom

    Cost: Member - $100 | Non-Member - $200

    This seminar is designed to integrate modules from the Essentials Curriculum offered by OASBO with an emphasis on content focused for the first quarter of the fiscal year (July, August, September).  Specific areas covered in each quarter include CCIP, EMIS and budget-related content. 


    AGENDA

    *COMING SOON

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 05/11/2023 at 8:00 AM (EDT)

    A course for those seeking their treasurer’s license through OASBO’s, ODE Approved Pathway 3, or for all types of business officials. This is a curriculum-based course, designed to provide you with foundational knowledge in School Business Leadership.

    Date: 05.11.2023

    Location: OASBO Conference Center | 98 Commerce Park Drive, Westerville, OH 43082 | or Virtual via Zoom

    Cost: Member - $100| Non-Member - $200

    A course for those seeking their treasurer’s license through OASBO’s, ODE Approved Pathway 3, or for all types of business officials. This is a curriculum-based course, designed to provide you with foundational knowledge in School Business Leadership.

    If you are also interested in college credit for this course, click here to register with Ashland and then notify Katie Johnson at katie@oasbo-ohio.org that you are pursuing Ashland credit. You must register with OASBO and Ashland to receive credit from both.


    AGENDA

    *COMING SOON

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 04/11/2023 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Quarterly Leadership Webinar: Session 3 - Learning How to Prevent the BIG, UNCOMFORTABLE Conversation• How to prepare for the conversation. • How to start the conversation • What words do I use? (Template for holding the hard conversation) • How do I respond when the other person gets angry?

    Date: 4.11. 2022, 12 p.m.

    Location: Online

    Cost: Member - $0 | Non-Member - $55

    Sometimes it can feel like everywhere we look, there is a looming big, uncomfortable conversation. The good news is there is a way to minimize the occurrence of these conversations and still have respectful and candid conversations that build relationships and get things done. You will learn:


    • How to build trust accounts in relationships.
    • What is a crucial conversation?
    • How to recognize when a conversation is needed
    • How to eliminate the majority of the hardest conversations

    Other Webinars in this Series

    Session 1 - Know Thyself

    The way we think and feel as we enter a conversation greatly impacts our communication from the words we use to our body language. In this session, we will work on our attitudes, thoughts, and feelings that sabotage the conversation from the start. You will learn to answer the following questions to better prepare yourself for the conversation:

    • What are the stories/assumptions I’m bringing to the conversation? 
    • What do I really want out of the conversation? 
    • What do I want out of the relationship with the other person? 
    • What can I control? • What difference does any of this make? 
    • How do I start the conversation so that we can talk rather than argue? 
    • What words do I use?

    Session 2 - Holding a Candid AND Respectful Conversation

    We often feel we can be honest/direct or respectful/kind to the other person. Unfortunately, this mindset does not give us the room to be both. In this session, we will learn how to hold a hard conversation in a way that is honest and direct while being respectful to the other person. The goal is to achieve meaningful dialogue rather than argument. You will learn:

    • How to prepare for the conversation.
    • How to start the conversation
    • What words do I use? (Template for holding the hard conversation) 
    • How do I respond when the other person gets angry?

    Session 4 - Learning How to Manage the Conversation that Takes a Turn for the Worst - 6/13/2023, 12 p.m.

    Conversations, even hard ones, can start out well. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, it goes bad. Unfortunately, you cannot control the response of the other person, but you can be prepared when it happens. Being able to respond well at the moment can move the conversation back to a place of productivity. You will learn:

    • How to build trust so the relationship can sustain the hard conversation 
    • How to fully understand the other person’s perspective so you can meet their needs and yours 
    • How to integrate this understanding into the template for the conversation 
    • How to start and hold the conversation. 
    • How to build dialogue rather than argument.




     

    Kara Brown

    Consultant

    Kara is the Superintendent for the Hardin and Union County Boards of DD.  She has been working with OASBO since 2015 to deliver training including 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Leadership at the Speed of Trust, and Crucial Conversations.

  • Contains 5 Component(s) Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 03/28/2023 at 8:15 AM (EDT)

    Please join BASA and OASBO for a Superintendent/Treasurer Symposium focused on Negotiations and Strategic Planning. Great districts achieve great results when they are focused on the future and recognize the importance of the Superintendent and Treasurer team. This year’s symposium will start with updates from Ennis Britton on trends in negotiations and how to create effective bargaining teams that generate long lasting benefits and goodwill for all parties involved. Following lunch, we will spend the afternoon with the Impact Group on strategic planning where attendees will learn the practical steps in the development of a strategic plan, how to identify key priorities for your district regarding intentional communications, and how to create, maintain and protect your school district’s brand.

    Date: March 28, 2023
     
    Location: OASBO Conference Center | 98 Commerce Park Dr | Westerville, OH 43082 |  or Virtual via Zoom
     
    Cost: Member - $175 | Non-Member - $175. You may register to attend in-person or virtually. Please note that in-person attendance is limited to the first 70 registrants. 
     
    Please join BASA and OASBO for a Superintendent/Treasurer Symposium focused on Negotiations and Strategic Planning. Great districts achieve great results when they are focused on the future and recognize the importance of the Superintendent and Treasurer team.
     
    This year’s symposium will start with updates from Ennis Britton where attendees will learn strategies needed to arrive at the table ready to bargain as a team, understand the interpersonal dynamics and actual cost impacts of bargaining and to know the process when bargaining does not result in agreement at the table.  Following lunch, we will spend the afternoon with the Impact Group on strategic planning where attendees will learn the practical steps in the development of a strategic plan, how to identify key priorities for your district regarding intentional communications, and how to create, maintain and protect your school district’s brand.
     
    AGENDA
     
    8 a.m.
    Registration
     
    8:15 a.m.
    Welcome & Introductions

    Jim Rowan, OASBO
    Dr. David Axner, BASA

     
    8:30 a.m.
    Negotiations

    Hollie Reedy, Ennis Britton Co., LPA
    Pamela Leist, Ennis Britton Co., LPA

     
    10 a.m.
    Break
     
    10:10 a.m.
    Negotiation continued
     
    11:30 am
    Lunch

     
    12:15 p.m.
    Strategic Planning

    Every great district knows where they’re going and how they’re going to get there. They have a plan. Do you?
     
    In this session, attendees will learn the practical steps in the development of a strategic plan, how to identify key priorities for your district regarding intentional communications, and how to create, maintain and protect your school district's brand. 
     
    Great school districts don’t just happen by accident. School districts must always be strategic, purposeful, and deliberate in their work. Ways to do that can include:
    - Strategic  planning
    - Strategic communications
    - Strategic growth and protection of your brand, including during a crisis
    Lori Sandel, Vice President of Strategic Services, The Impact Group
    Tom Speaks, Partner, The Impact Group
    Phil Herman, Partner, The Impact Group

     
    1:45 p.m.
    Break
     
    2 p.m.
    Strategic Planning continued
     
    3:30 p.m.
    Conclusion and Q&A

    Hollie Reedy

    Attorney Of Counsel, Ennis Britton Co., L.P.A.

    Prior to becoming an attorney with the firm, Ms. Reedy served as chief legal counsel of the Ohio School Boards Association. She brings her depth of experience in education law and knowledge as association counsel to provide comprehensive legal representation of public schools and nonprofit entities. Ms. Reedy’s work with boards of education includes drafting and negotiating vendor contracts, drafting policy, interpreting Ohio’s ethics laws, public records, litigation, and representing boards before federal, state, and local agencies. She has extensive publication and speaking credentials. She is trained in mediation. Ms. Reedy represents districts on a full spectrum of education law issues and is a member of the firm’s School Finance, Municipalities & Public Law, and Special Education Practice Teams.

    Pamela Leist

    Shareholder, Ennis & Britton Co., LPA

    Ms. Leist is a shareholder with the firm. After college, Ms. Leist worked in the areas of strategic business planning and marketing. During law school, Ms. Leist served as a law clerk for the firm. Ms. Leist is a member of the Special Education and Workers’ Compensation Practice Teams, and she assists clients with a variety of education law issues including special education, student discipline, labor and employment law, negotiations, board policy review and development, and legislative review. She has represented boards of education before state and federal courts and multiple state and federal administrative agencies including the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, the Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, the State Personnel Board of Review, the State Employment Relations Board, and the Ohio Department of Education. She also serves as the firm’s marketing director and is a registered lobbyist in the state of Ohio. Currently, Ms. Leist serves as the Education Committee Chair for the Ohio State Bar Association. 

    Lori Sandel

    Vice President of Strategic Services, The Impact Group

    Lori has spent more than twenty years developing her career in the educational field.  She began teaching in 1998 which then catapulted her professionally through the gradations of public school administration. Lori’s exposure as Assistant Principal, Principal, and Curriculum Director, established her comprehensive awareness in all aspects of education. As a member of our team, Lori’s skills and knowledge base provide a vision for strategic planning that is top-notch!

    Tom Speaks

    Principal, The Impact Group

    Co-Founder of The Impact Group, Tom is an appreciation advocate, marketing and communication expert, professional speaker, community engagement guru, statistical polling analyst, and published author (Hannibal – The Forging, Linh – Dying Pride Meets Living Wisdom, and Appreciology – The Art and Science of Appreciation…all available on Amazon). Tom is also a husband, father and fitness nut.

    Phil Herman

    Principal, The Impact Group

    Phil is passionate about helping individuals and organizations become their best selves. With over 25 years of experience in education, Phil has worked as a teacher, coach, principal, director of human resources, assistant superintendent and superintendent for 11 years. As a leader in community engagement, team development, crisis communications, leadership development and leading high-level organizations, Phil focuses on the creation of meaningful relationships to bring community members, staff, administrators, parents and students together to solve problems.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 03/23/2023 at 8:00 AM (EDT)

    This seminar is designed to integrate modules from the Essentials Curriculum offered by OASBO with an emphasis on content focused for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year (April, May, June). Specific areas covered in each quarter include CCIP, EMIS and budget-related content.

    Date: 03.23.2023

    Location: OASBO Conference Center | 98 Commerce Park Drive, Westerville, OH 43082 | or Virtual via Zoom

    Cost: Member - $100 | Non-Member - $200

    This seminar is designed to integrate modules from the Essentials Curriculum offered by OASBO with an emphasis on content focused for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year (April, May, June).  Specific areas covered in each quarter include CCIP, EMIS and budget-related content. 

     

    AGENDA

    *COMING SOON

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 03/16/2023 at 8:00 AM (EDT)

    This seminar is designed to develop a general understanding of the role and responsibilities of district personnel when managing grants, provide knowledge and best practices in the area of grants management, and discuss requirements outlined in the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) and Ohio Administrative Code (OAC).

    Date: 03.16.2023

    Location: This is a fully virtual event

    Cost: Member - $0 | Non-Member - $200

    This seminar is designed to develop a general understanding of the role and responsibilities of district personnel when managing grants, provide knowledge and best practices in the area of grants management, and discuss requirements outlined in the Ohio Revised Code (ORC) and Ohio Administrative Code (OAC).

     

    AGENDA

    *COMING SOON

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 03/08/2023 at 12:00 PM (EST)

    More information coming soon...

    Date: 03/08/2023, 12 p.m.

    Location: Online

    Cost: Member - $0 | Non-Member - $55.00

     

    More information coming soon...

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 03/08/2023 at 8:00 AM (EST)

    A course for those seeking their treasurer’s license through OASBO’s, ODE Approved Pathway 3, or currently licensed CFO/Treasurers wanting a refresher in budgeting and forecasting. The course provides comprehensive content in the following areas: budget development, revenue and expenditure cash flow, forecasting and forecasting assumptions and content on the ASBO International’s Meritorious Budget Award Program.

    Date: 03.08-09.2023

    Location: OASBO Conference Center | 98 Commerce Park Drive, Westerville, OH 43082 | or Virtual via Zoom

    Cost: Member - $200 | Non-Member - $400

    A course for those seeking their treasurer’s license through OASBO’s, ODE Approved Pathway 3, or currently licensed CFO/Treasurers wanting a refresher in budgeting and forecasting.  The course provides comprehensive content in the following areas: budget development, revenue and expenditure cash flow, forecasting and forecasting assumptions, and content on the ASBO International’s Meritorious Budget Award Program.

     

    If you are also interested in college credit for this course, click here to register with Ashland and then notify Katie Johnson at katie@oasbo-ohio.org that you are pursuing Ashland credit. You must register with OASBO and Ashland to receive credit from both.

      

    AGENDA

    *COMING SOON