Leadership Workshop Series

The leadership workshop series is open all students interested in expanding their leadership abilities in a short 45-60 minute interactive presentation. This is a great way for students to focus in on key leadership techniques while helping them to develop their skills. 

Ethical Leadership

Join Professor Woodson on January 16th from 11am-12pm in the McNiel Room for an hour workshop on Ethical Leadership. Participants will gain insight to their own perspectives on ethics, how to understand others’ perspectives, and how to make decisions that are consistent with best practices in organizational leadership.

Food provided.

Space is limited so reserve your spot on engage!

Thursday, January 16th
11am – 12pm

Space is limited!

Transitioning Leadership

Whether passing the baton or accepting a new leadership role, transitioning can be difficult. It is a time to pass on knowledge and prepare for what’s to come.  But this transition affects more than just the leaders, the whole group reaps the rewards or consequences.  Come discuss best practices when passing on or taking on a new position within your organization.

Food provided.

Space is limited so reserve your spot on engage!

Thursday, March 19th 
11:00am – 12:00pm

Space is limited!

Negotiating and Leveraging your Experiences

In this hour workshop, Professor Snieder will help you acquire a framework for maximizing the value of your negotiation, whether you are working with a client, meeting with an opposing party, or interviewing for a career. Negotiating effectively requires the ability to move away from conflict and toward collaboration.

Food provided.

Wednesday, February 19th
10:00am – 11:00am

Space is limited!

Intercultural Communication

Inclusive leaders intentionally bring out the full potential in their team by empowering and valuing the unique contributions of the individuals they work with.  In this interactive workshop participants will take part in activities and conversation that accentuate the importance of leaders looking through their own and other’s cultural lenses.

Food provided.

Tuesday, April  7th
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Space is limited!