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Leading Change in a Time of Change
MASA 2014 Fall Conference will take place at the Grand Traverse Resort in Traverse City, September 24-26, 2014. Our theme for this year is Leading Change in a Time of Change. We'll focus on how district leaders can lead their districts and staff through complex changes, even while the environment—encompassing policies, demographics, technology, workplaces, and more—changes around them.
The 9th annual exhibit show will be held Wednesday and Thursday (September 24-25, 2014) during the Fall conference. Information and registration for the 2014 Exhibit Show is available. Download our exhibitor brochure to learn more and register for a booth. If you will require electricity in your booth please fill out an electrical services request form.
Are you a superintendent in your first or second year?
Come early and participate in the New Superintendent Preconference, where you will spend a day and a half networking with peers, learning from experts, and sharing tips for making a smooth transition to district leadership. FREE to Success Start members, and discount registration for members staying for the Fall Conference.
NEW! Added Wednesday morning Pre-conference session
September 24, 2014; 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
How to survive the media: A crash course with Tim Skubick : Join Michigan's senior capitol correspondent, Tim Skubick, for a hard-hitting crash course on how to survive any encounter with the news media. Skubick, who brings his 43 years of political reporting to the table, will host a hands-on presentation designed to help you cope with any crisis that might pop up on your watch. Skubick will share the do's and don'ts of dealing with the media and help you navigate issues that could shape the image of your school district and your own career.
Check the preconference option when you register for the Fall Conference. Already registered and want to add the pre-conference event? Contact MASA at 517-327-5910517-327-5910.