Leadership Workshop Series

Bringing a Group Together to Achieve a Common Goal
Monday, September 11, 5 PM
SUMMIT Leadership
Campbell 215
Presented by Beth Vansant
Meetings can be an absolute waste of time; Scotties will learn best practices on conducting goal oriented meetings that are ACTION focused.  

Managing Commitments and Prioritizing Initiatives
Thursday, September 28, 5 PM
Campbell 215
Presented by Mathavi Strasburger
In this workshop, you will gain personal insights and practical skills to develop and implement a framework for successful time management.  You also learn proven tools and techniques to make better day-to-day choices about investing your time and achieving your goals.  You will learn how to: manage your time by implementing a framework to achieve goals, make decisions about what you do and when, proactively schedule tasks, construct weekly plans and to-do lists, and adopt strategies and techniques to handle procrastination & interruptions.

Activating Your Financial Literacy:  Using the ESIG Method to Finance Your Life's Vision and Mission
Wednesday, October 4, 5 PM
Campbell 215
Presented by Robiaun Charles
Financial literacy is the confluence of financial, credit and debt management and the knowledge that is necessary to make financially responsible decisions—decisions that are integral to our everyday lives.  In this fun and reflective experiential session participants will learn the ESIG Method and how to immediately apply it to their lives.

Navigating the Ethical Challenges of Leadership
Monday, October 9, 5 PM
Campbell 215
Presented by President Elizabeth Kiss and Lara Denis
As Scotties, we commit to “living honorably.”  But what does it mean to lead honorably?   How do we sustain our integrity and authenticity as leaders?  What are our moral obligations to those who disagree with us?  How do we balance competing ethical considerations and make thoughtful choices in tough situations where every available option has significant costs? 

Asset Mapping 101: Maximizing Resources
Wednesday, October 18, 5 PM
Campbell 215
Presented by JLP Prince and Pamela Napier
You’ve got a major program coming up. What do you already have? What else do you need? This program will go over the basics of asset mapping and how you can apply these techniques to various projects in your personal and leadership experiences. This presentation will also touch on topics such as community outreach, fundraising, partnerships, and proposal writing.

The Art of Persuasive Communication - Selling Yourself and Your Ideas
Monday, November 13, 5 PM
Campbell 215
Presented by Dawn Killenberg and Christine Cozzens
This workshop will focus on strategies for adapting your messages to your audience to be authentically persuasive. We will include discussions and interactive exercises to practice rapport-building, delivery techniques, and succinct storytelling as each relates to selling ideas and proposals, as well as, selling yourself with professional confidence.