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Notable Quotes: 2014 UNH AOP Conference

Notable Quotes:  2014 UNH AOP Conference

By Crystie McGrail

This year I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the 13th Administrative Office Professionals (AOP) Development Conference at UNH-Durham.  It would be difficult to describe all of the meaningful moments from the conference so I have instead decided to highlight a few quotes that I scribbled down throughout the day and share some photos and a video.

From exploring all “the MUB” has to offer, to walking around campus on a guided “Tree Tour”, to connecting with other Admins and learning new skills from wonderful UNH resources, it was a day worth sharing!

“Look up, look out and continue to explore”

– Chris VanHorn, Human Resources

 

The Sustainability Institute has put together a wonderful "Campus Tree Walk".

The Sustainability Institute has put together a wonderful “Campus Tree Walk”.

 “A community where people step out of their silos”

– Dave Zamansky, MUB Assistant Director

 

Keynote Dave Zamansky got people out of their chairs and mixing.

Keynote Dave Zamansky got people out of their chairs and mixing.

“Acknowledge your own awkwardness”

– Keith Timmerman, UNH Human Resources

 

Dave Zamansky, Keynote Speaker and UNH MUB Assistant Director,  shared a ted talk on improv that led to an impromptu group wave.

 

For more information about the AOP conference see: http://www.unh.edu/hr/aop.htm

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