Leadership Programming

Upcoming Leadership Programs – Calendar View


Tuesday, April 19th (6:00 pm – 7:00pm – HUB, Room 109): SURVIVE Series – Nutrition and Cooking (S)

Treat your body right! Chellsey Latham NC, DNOM will lead an informative seminar about holistic health, nutrition, and cooking techniques that will help you to live a healthier and happier life! She will be bringing samples of some foods/smoothies she offers from her own cafe, Hakuna, in Meredith, NH!

Tuesday, April 26th (6:00 pm – 7:30pm – HUB, Room 109): SURVIVE Series – StrengthsQuest

What are your Top 5? Your Top 5 strongest personality traits that is. Come and join Jonathan Noury-Elliard and learn to apply your top strengths to help enrich your life!

 

 

Discover your Leadership Style 

Every leader is different.  Before YOU determine how to lead, there’s some important things you’ll need to explore like what your values are and what you’re all about.

 

Previous Leadership Programs


Tuesday, April 12th (6:00pm – 7:30pm – HUB, Room 109): SURVIVE Series – Overcoming Adversity (S)
Have you ever been bullied, been derailed due to push-back, or just had anything or anyone working against you in your life? Well, the honest truth is this will never stop for the rest of your life. You can, however, learn how to navigate these situations to make them less stressful and move past adversity faster. Ron Elliard, a successful business owner and philanthropist, will share his dynamic story of adversity and how he overcame all obstacles and achieved his success. 

Wednesday, March 30th (8:15pm – 9:45pm – HUB, Group Exercise Room)
Fitness and Gym Seminar and Workshop (S)

Come and participate in a circuit and a yoga flow (15 minutes each) and stay for a Q&A with the University Group Exercise Trainers about fitness, the fitness lifestyle, and how to get involved/survive the gym! 

Tuesday, March 29th (6:00p – 7:30p – HUB, Room 109)
Online Presence and Resume Building with Michael Miller

In today’s ever flattening world, your online presence and profile is becoming more and more important. How you present yourself on social media and on professional sites can either make or break employment opportunities. Come and join Michael Miller in his talk about building a dynamic and engaging profile that works FOR you and your future!

Tuesday, March 1st (7:00pm – 8:00pm – HUB, Room 109): Motivation and Dealing with Dysfunctional Team Members
Superstar presenter, Michael Miller will lead a dynamite seminar on two Leadership topics this night! Motivation and identifying intrinsic motivation and dealing with dysfunctional team members. What an amazing opportunity to learn more about your own motivators and become more proficient in working with a team!

Tuesday, March 22nd (8:00pm – 9:00pm – Center Lodge, Bradford Room): True Colors Seminar and Workshop (S)
Come and learn more about your color spectrum, what that means for your leadership style, and leave with a great new t-shirt!

*Expect to get messy and involved!*

 


 

 

 

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