Dr. Charles Lloyd
Take a great sense of humor, add some wackiness, and throw in creative teaching techniques and you get the energetic and unpredictable Chuck Lloyd. For the past 16 years, Chuck has incorporated practical approaches used at a technical institute to develop hundreds of audiences at regional and national conferences.
Dr. Lloyd currently serves as the interim President of White Mountains Community College.
Previously, Dr. Lloyd served as the Vice President of Student Affairs at New Hampshire Technical Institute – Concord’s Community College, where he maintains a strong passion for student leadership and service. In addition to being a true practitioner, Dr. Lloyd teaches courses in the Business Department.
Previously awarded the 2006 NHTI Service Learning Award and 2007 Commissioner’s Award for Service Excellence, Dr. Lloyd is an accomplished student advocate and motivator. His creative approach to developing student leaders has earned him a national reputation as a dynamic speaker and consultant.
Dr. Lloyd has served on the Advisory Board of the National Center for Student Leadership and is a frequent presenter at regional, state, national and international conferences. He earned his doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University.
Shaping Student Success through Engagement: Measurement, Strategy & Impact (Innovation Track)
TOPIC: Designing Measurable Engagement Strategies PROFESSIONAL TRACK
Student Affairs leaders are inundated by numerous theories positing methods to lead within a complex organization, while choices about leadership and student engagement are equally broad and varied. This interactive session will challenge participants to design a consistent message about leadership that is robust with substance and strategy, yet attentive to personal style. Attendees will be engaged to look introspectively at strengths and opportunities to grow within changing environments, while designing a measurable student engagement strategy that will flourish within the campus community and throughout their career.
- Familiarity with evaluation tools to measure current perceptions and realities about student engagement within the university community;
- Recognizing consequences of intended and unintentional elements of service strategies within campus settings;
- Impact of individual engagement strategies on student success trajectory during matriculation and after degree completion;
- Value of consistent faculty engagement through organizational transition and strategic planning; and
- Ability to utilize best practices in shaping a leadership strategy that enhances contribution to team morale, diverse perspectives, and organizational productivity.
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