Date: December 9
Time: 1:00 p.m. Eastern / 12:00 p.m. Central
CPE: 1 Hour Management Services
In this webcast, Synario partners with the corporate wellness company On The Goga to discuss how to create and enable effective higher education leadership teams. College and university leadership teams are currently under heavy strain as they try to balance new public safety precautions, higher education curriculums, and the financial well-being of their institution. These teams need to quickly adapt strategies, understand the long-term financial ramifications of those strategies, and establish consensus around a plan forward.
Through financial modeling and team dynamics best practices, attendees will learn how to build and enable leadership teams that can keep pace with the current changing environment. With insights from Dr. Aly Goldstein, PsyD, MBA, M.Ed, Organizational Psychology Consultant at On The Goga, and Derek Freitag, Account Executive at Synario, participants will take away action steps to change their decision-making processes for the better.
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: No prerequisites or advanced preparation is necessary
Derek Freitag, Account Executive, PFM Solutions LLC
Derek Freitag is an Account Executive for Synario, PFM’s financial modeling platform used to help visionary finance leaders transform their long-range planning and strategic decision making. Freitag works with the enterprise sales team to deliver value-driven solutions to customers and address the challenges associated with the current state of financial modeling. Prior to joining PFM in 2019, Freitag spent 16 years in the Human Capital Management industry in a variety of sales and sales leadership roles within Services and Software. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Bridget, and his 4 children and is an avid golfer.
Dr. Aly Goldstein, PsyD, MBA, M.Ed, Organizational Psychology Consultant, On the Goga
Dr. Aly Goldstein is the Director of Development at On The Goga. Trained in clinical and organizational psychology and business management, she leads On The Goga’s organizational consulting projects, leadership trainings, and executive/leadership coaching. Prior to entering the world of psychology and leadership development, Goldstein was a public school teacher and a certified school psychologist. She has also held a position as an adjunct professor at Widener University and was invited to develop a course for the Organizational Development and Leadership master’s program.