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Digital Leadership: Humanizing How We Communicate, Teach and Lead Online

OLC Accelerate, Leadership Network Symposium

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Digital Leadership: Humanizing How We Communicate, Teach and Lead Online

OLC Accelerate, Leadership Network Symposium

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Session Description

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the definition and enactment of leadership were changing. With digital communication tools, higher ed leaders are tasked not only to strategize what, where, and when to post but creating authentic and genuine connections with their campus communities. 

Using research over the last ten years from faculty, administrators, and campus executives, this keynote teaches how to apply a strategic and values-based approach to leveraging social media. The framework for digital leadership is not just for improving your personal brand, but a humanizing way to reach students, support staff, celebrate faculty, and more. This session will show how actual higher ed leaders are integrating tools like social media using the guiding principles of digital leadership, including personalization, change, connection, strategy, and legacy.

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Dr. Josie Ahlquist

Josie has two decades working in higher education, with the last eight years focused on educating, researching, and writing about building digital communities and the empowerment of digital leadership. Learn more about Josie’s experience and passion, as well as her research, consulting, speaking, publications, and much more!

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Rebekah Tilley

Assistant Vice President, University of Iowa Center for Advancement

Rebekah Tilley is the assistant vice president of communication and marketing for the University of Iowa Center for Advancement (UICA). In that role she supports fundraising and alumni engagement efforts for the university, including its CASE Gold winning Iowa Magazine, and serves UICA in a variety of strategic communication efforts.

Previously she was the director of strategic communication for the University of Iowa Tippie College of Business, and the director of communication for the University of Kentucky College of Law. She is a Kentucky native and a proud alum of the University of Kentucky.

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