Ex. Director Gayle Hilleke Teaches at Midwest Conference
May 29, 2019
For Immediate Release
Contact: Tori Vogelgesang
EX. DIRECTOR GAYLE HILLEKE TEACHES AT MIDWEST CONFERENCE
An Intentional Dialogue for Campus-Community Partnerships: A Framework for Transformation
Highland Heights, KY—May 31, 2019—Executive Director of the Kentucky Campus Compact, Gayle Hilleke, spoke at the 2019 Midwest Campus Compact Conference: Dispatches from the Midwest: Community, Collaboration and Critical Perspective on May 29, 2019 with Dan Joyner, a Facilitation Consultant. The conference was held in Minneapolis, Minnesota at the University of Minnesota.
Her presentation was titled “An Intentional Dialogue for Campus-Community Partnerships: A Framework for Transformation”. Attendees learned several asset-based social technologies based upon the Art of Hosting, Asset Based Community Development, and Six Conversations that Matter. The Six Conversations That Matter by Peter Block assist in creating an efficient work environment by encouraging a sense of community through changing workplace dialogue. The Six Conversations are invitation, possibility, ownership, dissent, commitment, and gifts. Hilleke uses this metric to encourage intentionality in the workplace that lowers the power distance between employees to create community.
The 2019 Midwest Campus Compact Conference: Dispatches from the Midwest: Community, Collaboration, and Critical Perspective are one of the regional conferences held by Campus Compacts. The conference was a collaboration between Campus Compacts of the Great Plains, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin. During the conference, attendees were able to learn collaboratively about community-based partnerships, community engagement, and how to address pressing issues in their regions. The conference ran from May 29-31, 2019. The dates for the 2020 conference have not been announced.
About Kentucky Campus Compact: Kentucky Campus Compact (KyCC) is a statewide coalition of Kentucky college and university presidents and their institutions, both public and private. KyCC was created in 2005 and opened its doors for operation in January 2006. KyCC is a statewide chapter of the national Campus Compact organization, which boasts close to 1,100 members since its founding in 1985. Kentucky Campus Compact is housed on the campus of Northern Kentucky University NKU is the fiscal agent for KyCC and provides payroll, accounting, human resource, and IT services.