The SUNY SAIL Institute Leadership Alumni Network
The SUNY SAIL Institute hosts multiple signature programs throughout the year, including the Summer Leadership Retreat, Chief Information Officers Leadership Academy, the Global Leader Experience for students, and more. The SAIL Institute has a network of over 450 alumni, who are invited to various leadership events throughout the year. See below for additional information about some of our upcoming alumni events.
July 31: Leading Successful Projects on Campus
More events to come soon!
Testimonials from our Signature Programs
“In higher education we are often sent to a myriad of training opportunities, some of which land, and some that miss the mark. The SUNY SAIL Summer Leadership program is a home run—hands down the best, most impactful leadership opportunity I have attended in almost 20 years in higher education.”
“An excellent experience from which I learned a great deal about myself and about leadership.”
“This was a wonderful experience… I will talk it up to my colleagues and encourage them to attend in the future.”
“Thrilled to have been included. Many interesting concepts, ability to learn from others and enthusiastic presenters!”
“Attending a workshop this intense and at such a high caliber is a real gift and opportunity. Ongoing benefits are what we learned and the colleagues we got to know.”
” Excellent program; it reinforced some of what I already knew, provided a framework, and taught me so much more!”
Leading Successful Projects on Campus
July 31, 2019
WHERE AND WHEN: The event will be held at White Eagle Conference Center at 2910 Lake Moraine Road Hamilton, NY 13346 Hamilton, NY (www.whiteagle.com).
11:00 a.m. Welcome: 2019 Summer Leadership Retreat Participants & Alumni
11:15 a.m. Project Planning Workshop led by Chet Warzynski
12:30 p.m. Networking Lunch
EXPENSES: The cost is $75, including lunch
- Evaluate their project management culture and capability.
- Build a project team and facilitate development of a project plan;
- Develop project charter, conduct a stakeholders’ assessment, design a work breakdown structure, conduct a risk assessment and test protocol.
- Project Preparation, including identifying key stakeholders, building the project team, and determining scope, objectives, deliverables, and milestones;
- Defining Project Requirements, including a work breakdown structure of tasks, responsibilities, and resource requirements; and
- Project Testing, including conducting a risk assessment and conference pilot for the project.