Student Involvement


Session 2 Workshops 11:40 - 12:30 PM

Navigating Constant Change with Confidence

Facilitator Brian Shuffield | CUE 219 | Personal Track

If there is one thing certain, it is that we can expect constant change in the world we live. Changing policies and procedures, leadership at our jobs or within our organizations, and ever changing expectations require us to be nimble and adaptive. This session will examine the lengths of the changing environment around us and will explore strategies for success.

Sparking Conversation to Evoke Change

Facilitators Alison Poteracke & Chioma Heim | CUE 218 | Community Track

The purpose of this presentation is to analyze and discuss the effectiveness of influential figures to promote conversational and impactful dialogue in order to evoke meaningful change in regards to diversity, human rights, and inclusion. This presentation seeks to build the skills necessary for students in using effective avenues of communication to influence a multitude of platforms to facilitate public and community-wide change, whatever that community might be. From the classroom to a national scale, change has to start from being able to conduct a meaningful, non-threatening and inclusive conversation. We seek to isolate the key factors that go into making an influential leader and applying those characteristics to the development of the next generation of leaders.

Legendary Leadership: 4 Ideas to Transform Your Leadership from Average to Awesome!

Facilitator Justin Jones-Fosu | CUE 202 | Group Track

Legends are made, they are not born. To be clear, legendary leadership is not about creating legendary individuals, but rather legendary organizations, movements, and causes. True legends are remembered, not because they focused on themselves, but because they focused on something bigger than themselves. Have you ever experienced “leaders” who were more focused on themselves than the organization? Have you ever seen people take more from their members, rather than figure out how they can give more to their members? Many times leaders aren’t malicious, but simply following what we have truly been conditioned to do – manage.

Successfully Transitioning Leadership

Facilitator Kathleen Eckert | CUE 207 | Group Track

The goal of this workshop is to prepare current leadership for a future transition. During the workshop I will directly be working with students to identify what challenges they are having or have had in the past during times of transition. From this together we will talk about strategies to work through these challenges and how to avoid them in the future.
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