NYSCATE members save $100 off registration for SchoolCEO Conference March 2023
Apptegy will host the 2023 SchoolCEO Conference on March 6-7, 2023 in Memphis, TN. This annual event focuses on the power of brand, culture, and influence and takes after its namesake, SchoolCEO Magazine. The magazine offers original research, journalism, and perspectives on marketing public education and is read by more than 15,000 school leaders each quarter. Likewise, the conference is dedicated to helping school leaders take control of how their communities think and feel about their districts by focusing on Brand, Culture & Influence.
Hosted by Apptegy, SchoolCEO Conference features keynote speakers: Neel Doshi, and Kim Lear along with other distinguished speakers and is designed for superintendents and communication directors. Learn more about or register for SchoolCEO Conference here and use the code #NYSCATE23 when registering to receive $100 off of registration for NYSCATE members.
5 Reasons You Should Attend The SchoolCEO Conference:
You will learn to discern between authentic storytelling and basic district communications. That means your district's story will resonate with families, teachers, and community members in a way that builds credibility and strong relationships.
You will learn that You don’t have to have the ideal scenario or something unique to build a strong brand. That means you feel capable and able to build a strong school identity that helps your district compete without relying on special funding or an ideal situation.
You will learn what assets you already have and how those can improve and expand your brand, reputation, and reach. That means You can return to your district with confidence and strategies to better equip teachers and staff to carry forward your values, culture, and strengths.
You will learn how to reach and work with different generations. That means you can better recruit Gen Z and Millennials, while also influencing Baby Boomers and older generations that you rely on to pass millages and bonds to support their schools.
You will learn how motivation really works—for you, for your leadership, and for teachers and staff. That means You are able to build a district culture that not only attracts talent but retains the top talent that you already have while improving the impact on students, families, and the larger community.