The AIA Leadership Institute, a one-day, multi-venue summit on leadership within the architecture profession, has posted its schedules for each city. Full program details are available at the AIA Leadership Institute website. The Washington, D.C. shedule is posted below:
Joseph E. Hines, PhD
Dr. Hines is the President and CEO of Success Business Inc. (SBI), a Human Capital Consulting firm engaged in organizational development, training and coaching. SBI specializes in the areas of leadership and management, integrity, diversity, program evaluation, strategic and tactical planning, and leadership and life coaching. A retired Navy Officer and leadership expert with over twenty years of experience in leading and guiding men and women in the military, public and private sector, non profit and faith based organizations, he is an Author, Inspirational Speaker, Executive Coach and faculty member with the University of Phoenix. A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Dr. Hines received a Masters of Science in Business from the Naval Post Graduate School and holds a doctorate in Business Administration from California Pacific University. He is a Graduate of the Georgetown Leadership Coaching Program and has a passion and gift for coaching leaders and managers. He has been certified by the International Coaching Federation at the Professional Coaching Certification (PCC) level. Dr Hines is also a Master Certified Kouzes and Posner Leadership Challenge Facilitator. Additionally, his doctorial concentration is in leadership and the dissertation included the Leadership Challenge Model.
Brian Frickie, AIA, LEED AP
Brian is a Principal at Kerns Group Architects in Falls Church, Virginia. As a visionary leader he has an uncanny ability to keep his eyes on both the big picture and the details required to achieve it. He believes in the future of architects and architecture, serving as Virginia AIA President in 2008, and leading an Honors Academy for young architects. Brian now serves as the 2015 Chair for the AIA Small Firm Round Table (SFRT), a group focused on advancing the mutual interests of architects practicing in small firms. In a research effort led by the SFRT, they have discovered and organizing data for the many different and unique leadership programs across the AIA, and will present their findings to us in Washington, DC.
AIA | DC Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program
Beginning in 2013, the AIA | DC chapter undertook an initiative to develop a program which would help train and nurture the next generation of leaders. The year-long program consists of nine individual half-day sessions attended by a competitively selected group of 16 emerging professionals. Prospective participants must go through an application process for selection where proven career success, community involvement and the individual’s firm support will be considered. The curriculum focuses on core professional skills such as entrepreneurship and firm management, working together and collaboration, the art of negotiation, client development, community leadership, industry trends, and developing your future within the practice. Alumni from the Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program will be joining us at the 2015 AIA Leadership Institute in Washington, DC to share their best lessons learned from participation in the program.
Ryan McEnroe, AIA, ASLA, LEED AP
Ryan spent the majority of his childhood working the fields and learning the principles of organic agriculture on his family’s farm. There regenerative qualities have been ingrained into his critical thinking and are brought into his approach during every aspect of the design process. As a graduate of the University of Virginia, Ryan is both a licensed architect and licensed landscape architect. He is an active participant within the professional community, serving on the National Architectural Accrediting Board as well as the National Council of Architecture Registration Board. Additionally he serves the AIA|DC Chapter on the Emerging Architects Committee, lectures for the chapter’s Architecture Registration Exam Prep Course, and serves on the chapters Education Committee. In 2014 he was awarded with the AIA|DC Emerging Architect of the year award. In addition, Ryan has received a number of design awards, including an AIA|DC Un-built Honor Award for the University of Virginia Center for Innovation, and a VS-ASLA and Potomac ASLA Honor Award for the South Carlyle Master Plan.
Raymond Kogan, AIA
Ray Kogan is the president of Kogan & Company, specializing in strategy and management consulting for design and construction firms. He brings more than 30 years of experience in the practice, marketing, and management of architecture, engineering, and construction services. He co-authored the book, Strategic Planning for Design Firms, published by Kaplan AEC. Ray and Cara Bobchek have also co-authored the section on strategic planning in the new edition of the Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice published jointly by the AIA and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. He has presented numerous seminars on strategic planning, management, and leadership development, and industry trends at national and regional conferences in many cities across the country as well as online.
For those traveling to Washington, D.C., we have several options for lodging. Whether you’re traveling for business or personal travel, you can take advantage of special negotiated rates for AIA members at the following hotels. (Depending on time of booking, Best Available Rate could be lower and, if so, please call the hotel directly.)
Courtyard by Marriott Foggy Bottom
515 20th Street NW
Hampton Inn – Washington DC/White House
1729 H Street NW
St. Gregory Hotel & Suites
2033 M Street NW