Leadership Programming

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.  Join us for our famously-fabulous leadership sessions!

Wednesday, September 4th, Planning the BIG Event  HUB Hage Room 5:30-7:00pm

Wednesday, September 25th, How to Run an Effective Meeting & Make Decisions  Student Senate Room 6:30pm

Wednesday, October 2nd, Planning the BIG Event  HUB Hage Room 6:30PM

Wednesday, October 9th, The Leadership Accelerator  HUB Hage Room 6:30PM

The Leadership Accelerator is a groundbreaking accelerated learning experience that blends interaction, engagement and reflection. It’s the ideal program for entrepreneurship conferences, colleges and universities, conferences, businesses, and all other organizations that work with young entrepreneurs who “think outside their bank account,” and are inspired to create positive social change.

Wednesday, October 16th  Know Thyself: Strengths Quest, Your Fab Five  Student Senate Room 6:30PM

What is StrengthsQuest?

Your StrengthsQuest journey begins with a 30-minute online assessment, the Clifton StrengthsFinder. This assessment has helped more than 8 million people around the world discover their talents.

After you take the Clifton StrengthsFinder, you’ll receive a customized report that lists your top five talent themes, along with action items for development and suggestions about how you can use your talents to achieve academic, career, and personal success.

Wednesday, October 23rd, Resume 101  Student Senate Room 6:30PM

Wednesday, October 30th, Public Speaking 101  Student Senate Room 6:30PM

Wednesday, November 6th, Recruitment – Round Em’Up  Student Senate Room 6:30PM

Wednesday, November 13th, Failure is Not an Option: Leadership through the Movies  Student Senate Room 6:30PM

Fear is Not an Option: Interactive Leadership Session using Apollo 13!

In a nutshell, it’s a case study of all the decisions that went into making the historic event – Apollo 13 – a success.

The Lunar Leadership Model is a unique interactive leadership seminar that uses the Tom Hanks movie, Apollo 13, as a back drop. The group will watch scenes from the movie and then discuss the decision making processes that go into each step of the journey. Among the topics touched upon are:
- How to motivate
- How to be decisive
- How to overcome adverse conditions
- How to lead individuals and groups
- How to bring a group together towards common goals

In a nutshell, it’s a case study of all the decisions that went into making the historic event a success.

Wednesday, November 20th, Setting S.M.A.R.T. Goals: How to Get things Done!  Student Senate Room 6:30PM

Wednesday, December 4th, Motivation & Recognition: Explore Creative Approaches that can Inspire Group Members and Exciting Ways to Acknowledge their Accomplishments! Student Senate Room 6:30pm

 

 

 

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