On-Demand Webinar Coming Soon
A change in executive staff leadership is a critical event for any organization. So how do you prepare, or respond, to ensure the short and long-term success of your organization and the individual? Two new staff executives, one an internal hire and the other an external hire, share their experiences and relevant resources to help you plan for and implement strategies to ensure effective leadership transitions. You also will gain insight on developing current staff into future leaders for your organization.
Format: Live Webinar
Audience: All levels of credentialing professionals
Duration: Approximately 1 hour, including time for Q&A
Member price: $90
Non-member price: $135
Tony Ellis, MSEd, CAE, Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation
Tony Ellis, MSEd CAE joined the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation in 2019. As Executive Director he is responsible for all aspects of the credentialing organization's operations and serves on the executive leadership team of the Oncology Nursing Society. Previously, Tony served in various roles for the National Association of College Stores from 2001 until 2019. In the final years of service to NACS he served as the vice president of association services and was responsible for professional development, meetings and exhibitions, certification and digital badging, membership, volunteer management, special interest groups, and advertising and sponsorship sales. Tony has more than 25 years of experience in training, teaching, coaching, and leadership education and 20+ years in association management. Tony earned his CAE in 2001, and he holds a master of science degree in education from Indiana University-Bloomington and a bachelor of business administration in marketing from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Anne M. Minton , MA, MBA, Board of Certification for the Athletic Trainer (BOC)
Anne M. Minton, MA, MBA is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Board of Certification for the Athletic Trainer (BOC). Minton was the BOC’s internal candidate for the position and was selected as CEO after a comprehensive national search, led by a national search firm out of Chicago, in partnership with a BOC Search Committee and the BOC Board of Directors. Once selected, Minton chose a team for onboarding support; one staff member, the current board president, the vice president and the public member, as her “Transition Team.” She began her duties as CEO on May 1, 2019. Minton has been with the BOC since 1998, the first hire for the organization by the founding CEO. She began as director of operations before being promoted to assistant executive director (2007–2014), associate executive director (2014–2018) and COO (2018–2019). During her career with the BOC, Minton has been essential in several milestones for the growth of the organization. Minton has provided strategic leadership of the BOC staff; growing the staff to 20 full-time employees over the past 21 years, implementing many aspects of leadership development for the BOC staff in the Omaha office. Minton says, “It is our people that make the difference in everything we do.”