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Speeches and Presentations

A select listing of speeches and presentations by Buzz Shaw 
 

Workshops on Board Governance
Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, ongoing

Leadership in a Changing Environment and Leading Change and Conflict Resolution
Eastern Region Public Media Fall Meeting,
September 19, 2007

Board of Visitors Summer Retreat

College of William & Mary, July 15-16, 2007

Innovation Series
St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center, Syracuse, June 22, 2007

The Intentional Leader
Leadership Greater Syracuse, April 26, 2007

Leadership
National Security Studies Leadership Course, Maxwell School, Syracuse University, July 23, 2006

Effective Leadership: We Are Counting on You

CUPA-HR Eastern Region Conference, May 1, 2006

Creating and Maintaining a Change-Oriented Culture
Neil S. Bucklew Lecture in Higher Education Administration
West Virginia University, March 2, 2006

Institutional Change: The Why and the How
TIAA-CREF Institute Conference, November 4, 2005

Remarks from Attendees

[Buzz’s talk] was a huge success! His presentation truly resonated with our members and we were extremely pleased that it all worked out so well.
Georgette Bronfman,
Executive Director, Eastern Region Public Media

Buzz was a huge hit [at ERPM].  So many people approached me afterward to say how much they enjoyed his session.  He has quite the sense of humor.  
Joe Lee,
Director & General Manager, WAER 88.3 FM, HD, HD2

Outstanding--he motivated our senior staff to focus their efforts on
leadership skills and the impact they have on our organization.

Kathryn Ruscitto,
Senior Vice President, St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center

I loved Chancellor Shaw's practicality. The way he illustrated ideas with
stories made the hour fly by.

Nicole Blumin,
Assistant Dean, College of Nursing, St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center

What a great way to begin the day; I really enjoyed the presentation, as he
is a wonderful public speaker. His humor and real-life examples were a good
way to get the leadership message across and are easy to relate to and
remember.

Michelle Schmidt,
Director, Financial Services, St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center