milos topic & we’re still not used to 2019

Milos Topic is the vice president for information technology and operations and oversees facilities at St. Peter’s University in Jersey City, New Jersey. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in business administration, which he will finish in the spring. His belief is that we can own our lives and make our own decisions in everything that we do including not ideal situations. Milos doesn’t abide by a specific leadership style due as he works with different people who have different needs. but instead believes people need to be put first and believes in listening then guiding employees to the right path.

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Complete our Listener Survey

Listeners, we want to know more about you. Help us out by completing a quick 5 minute survey. We are excited to award one lucky respondent a free seat at the 2019 Higher Ed Experts Analytics online conference (a $500 value) on February 13! Just complete this survey and leave us your contact information BEFORE February 5, 2019 if you would like to enter. The winner will be announced on our episode airing February 7, 2019

jonathan hardy & not skype for business

photo: Elizabeth Rose

Jonathan Hardy is the IT Director for Systems Engineering and Telephone Services at the University of Georgia, where he leads teams on storage, virtualization, database, Office 365, and campus security.  Each day he works with something different behind the scenes. He started his career working in desktop support as a student, then he advanced into his full-time position. His father’s experience in electronics in the Navy inspired Jonathan to get into IT after always being around circuit boards.

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Listeners, we want to know more about you. Help us out by completing a quick 5 minute survey. We are excited to award one lucky respondent a free seat at the 2019 Higher Ed Experts Analytics online conference (a $500 value) on February 13! Just complete this survey and leave us your contact information BEFORE February 5, 2019 if you would like to enter. The winner will be announced on our episode airing February 7, 2019

four years of higher ed social

Happy New Year from Higher Ed Social! This week we’re going to share some New Years Resolutions inspired by some of our favorite episodes of 2018. Don’t worry. It’s not like we failed to find a guest this week, and it’s way more than just a recap episode. THERE ARE RESOLUTIONS!

Higher Ed Social Resolutions for 2019:

1) Find time to take mental health breaks this year
Inspired by Episode 100 with Brenda Ice

2) Discover a new passion or find something I’ve never done before
Inspired by Episode 104 with Darren Stocker and Episode 120 with Andy Shaw

3) Find a community or hobby to call your own.
Inspired by Episode 106 with Dee Goines

4) Learn something new and outside your comfort zone
Inspired by Episode 115 with Viorica Marian and Episode 143 with Christine Figgener

5) Do more Professional Development
Inspired by Our First Live Show and our post #heweb18 discussion

four years of higher ed social