Putting It Together: Building Shared Ownership with Others In Our Schools

When:  Oct 19, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM (PT)


Putting It Together: Building Shared Ownership with Others In Our Schools

Description: How does the admission professional work with others in their schools?  From administration, to marketing & communications, to parent’s groups, to faculty and more, there are many pathways to improved communication that intersect these constituencies.  Participants will walk away with tools, techniques, and insights that can be utilized to enhance the communication among and between all the areas of the school’s administration. 
Learning Objectives:
1. Facilitate conversations that uncovers challenges, constraints, while championing our efforts to work and play well with others.

2. Employ a learning assessment that allows participants to explore their communication styles so as to improve their communication competence.

3. Review operational tools and strategies that can augment communication thereby building shared ownership with the many involved in the admission process in our schools.

Professional Competencies:
- Communicates Effectively
- Customer Focus
- Collaborates



Dayle A. Savage, EdD, lives her life at the intersection of leadership and learning. She lives in Nashville, where she practices in the fields of talent management, learning and development, change leadership, and executive coaching. Currently, through her firm spiraLearning, LLC, she is supporting individuals and teams in her work as a certified executive coach and as consultant working specifically with the international admissions and enrollment management association, AISAP, as the Director of Learning and Development.

Dayle recently retired from Vanderbilt University. During her tenure, she was the Program Director for the Leadership and Organizational Performance graduate program and created/implemented a career center for the 600+ graduate students on Peabody College’s campus. Prior to her work in higher education, Dayle was employed as the VP of HR and Chief Learning Officer at Saint Thomas Health. To realize, value, and inspire the possibilities held by the human spirit is her passion.


Registration Fee

$295 AISAP Member 

$345 Non-Member* 

Fees include:

  • Education materials
  • Beverages and lunch
*To view our Cancellation and Substitution Policy, please click HERE.


Additional Hotel Details

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Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf
555 North Point Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
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