CODE OF CONDUCT

PURPOSE

HDI believes our community should be truly open for everyone. As such, we are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, or religion.

This code of conduct outlines our expectations for participant behavior as well as the consequences for unacceptable behavior.

We invite all sponsors, volunteers, speakers, attendees, media, exhibitors and other participants to help us realize a safe and positive conference experience for everyone.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR

  • Be considerate, respectful, and collaborative.
  • Refrain from demeaning, discriminatory or harassing behavior and speech.
  • Be mindful of your surroundings and of your fellow participants. Alert conference organizers if you notice a dangerous situation or someone in distress.

UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR

Unacceptable behaviors include: intimidating, harassing, abusive, discriminatory, derogatory or demeaning conduct by any attendees of HDI and related events. Many HDI venues are shared with members of the public; please be respectful to all patrons of these locations. Harassment includes: offensive verbal comments related to gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, disability; inappropriate use of nudity and/or sexual images in public spaces (including presentation slides); deliberate intimidation, stalking or following; harassing photography or recording; sustained disruption of talks or other events; inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention.

CONSEQUENCES OF UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR

Unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated whether by other attendees, media, speakers, volunteers, organizers, venue staff, sponsors, or exhibitors.

Anyone asked to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately.

If a participant engages in unacceptable behavior, the conference organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including expulsion from the conference without warning or refund.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU WITNESS OR ARE SUBJECT TO UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR

If you are subject to unacceptable behavior, notice that someone else is being subject to unacceptable behavior, or have any other concerns, please notify a conference organizer as soon as possible. All reports will remain completely confidential.

The HDI team will be available to help participants contact venue security or local law enforcement, to provide escorts, or to otherwise assist those experiencing unacceptable behavior to feel safe for the duration of the conference. You can report unacceptable behavior to any member of staff. Staff can be found in the Show Office onsite or you may email one of the contacts below.

SCOPE

We expect all conference participants (sponsors, volunteers, speakers, attendees, and other guests) to abide by this code of conduct at all conference venues and conference-related social events.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Joy Sobhani, Event Director

 
 
 
 
HDI 2017 Annual Conference & Expo | Breakfast Briefing 3: From Zero to Hero: A Case Study in Change Management

 

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  • Breakfast Briefing 3: From Zero to Hero: A Case Study in Change Management

    • Ryan Gay  |  Manager, Service Management/Project Lead, Instructional and Campus Technologies, Elon University
    Session Code:  BB3
    Location:  National Harbor 10
    Experience Level: Fundamental
    Track: Breakfast Briefing
    Pass type: Session - Get your pass now!

    Want a demonstration of the evolution of change management at Elon University? This session will tell you everything you need to know about the common challenges that businesses encounter when attempting to develop and implement change management. You’ll leave with the knowledge to effectively navigate the buy-in process for stakeholders, get the right people involved in your CAB and run the meetings effectively, and ask the right questions when evaluating proposed changes.