Tag Archives: New Ideas Annual Conference

TSAE Announces Keynotes for New Ideas 2021

TSAE has announced the keynote speakers for its upcoming New Ideas Conference: Opening Session: Next Level Leadership Simon T. Bailey, Speaker, Author, Life Coach and Entrepreneur Leaders face increasing pressures in the midst of uncertainty. Your organization depends on your ability to lead on all levels and create a culture where everyone matters. Simon T. Bailey’s Next Level Leadership provides ...

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Experience the TSAE New Ideas Conference On-Demand!

Did you miss last fall’s virtual New Ideas Annual Conference? You can now access up to twenty (20) breakout sessions and two keynotes on-demand. Receive premier education and earn up to 20 CAE credit hours at your convenience. Program available though April 30, 2021. Learn more and register at www.tsae.org/education-events/new-ideas-on-demand. Attend New Ideas and looking to access sessions and earn ...

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New Ideas Annual Conference Moves Virtual October 6-8

Due to the conditions in the state of Texas, the TSAE Board of Directors made the difficult decision in late July to move the 2020 New Ideas Conference completely virtual this fall. Our team is busy turning our attention to the “new” New Ideas so that we can deliver an experience that offers additional education hours and sessions, allows you ...

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Speakers Spark ‘New Ideas’ at TSAE’s Annual Conference

Creativity is a muscle that you need to work out and strengthen into a tool that can build something unexpected. For artist and founder of the Frontier Project Noah Scalin, that meant taking a familiar object – a skull – and presenting it a new, creative way every day for a full year. Scalin spoke at the TSAE’s New Ideas ...

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TSAE Brings Record Attendance to Houston at First Post-Hurricane Harvey Conference

When TSAE members gathered in Houston earlier this month for the New Ideas Annual Conference, it was the first major event to take place in the city after Hurricane Harvey devastated parts of the Texas coast with historic flooding. However, the message from Visit Houston and other city’s hospitality leaders throughout the three days was clear: Houston is back in ...

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