Emerging Leaders Program:
Personal Development and Leadership Capacity Building Mini-workshop Series
A new Student Leadership Development initiative from Campus Life & Engagement – the mini-workshop!
Come check out our mini-workshops and explore central components of personal development and leadership capacity-building! These 55-minute workshops are a great way to help you define how you want to navigate through your academic career as well as through life! Invest in learning more about yourself and your peers through these engaging, stimulating, and fun workshops. Below are descriptions of somoe of our offerings that were launched in January 2014. Certificates for attending all four!
Personal Visioning and Goal Setting
This highly interactive workshop gives participants the opportunity to learn more about personal visioning and goal setting in theory and practice. Participants will leave this workshop with the ability to more clearly articulate their own personal vision and identify immediate and actionable goals. Added bonus: meet new people and be a part of a burgeoning learning community!
Title: What is “Leadership"?
Learn more about “leadership” (that term that we use so much and have so many interpretations of) in theory and practice in just under one hour! This workshop will let you explore what leadership is and how you can be a part of an accessible and relevant leadership development process during your career here at McGill. DATE: Monday, June 16 at 11:00 a.m. in room 5001 (Graduate students only)
Title: Getting Involved at McGill: Exploring Leadership
Thinking about getting involved on campus but not sure where to start? Not sure why getting involved is even worthwhile? This interactive workshop will help you discover relevant and exciting involvement and leadership opportunities on campus and advise you on how to get the most from your university experience.
Title: Global Leadership and Intercultural Consciousness
Increasing globalization and intercultural contact (we live in a connective era, after all!) is a reality that demands expanding one’s cultural skill set. This workshop will help everyone understand more about what it takes to be a global leader and recognize how to increase intercultural consciousness. Through reflective and participatory practice, you will gain the skills and information needed to interact in a variety of group settings. Take advantage of your unique situation as a student here at McGill and in Montreal where we have the advantage of being a part of a truly culture-rich population!
Next, look for the Emerging Leaders logo when you scroll through Events and News section (look for arrows to navigate at top right corner of the Events and News section and scroll over to see info).
For more info on the web-based tool My Involvement click here.
- Would you like to know how well you are doing in leading discussions?
- Would you like to improve your presentation skills and/or know how you can positively impact the environment when you participate in committees or meetings where the structure is hierarchical?
- Do you want to improve your facilitation, leadership and communication skills?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then don’t miss this opportunity to develop important and relevant skills and sign up now for this practical and highly participatory facilitation skills one day workshop.
|Wed., May 21 2014 - 10:00 - 16:30||Register||Waitlist|
|Tues., May 27 2014 - 10:00 - 16:30||Register||Waitlist|
Why: Facilitation allows everyone to express themselves, keeps discussions moving and maintains a safe, respectful group environment. It also gives a practical insight into the hidden curriculum of class or group dynamics.
How: Space is limited - use the links above to register early. An email invitation to apply for the workshop will be sent out and it will be promoted via SKILLSETS.
What past participants said about the workshop:
"So great! Thanks for a great workshop that is both carefully crafted and very flexible. Learned a ton and had a great time."
"I really enjoyed this seminar - a fantastic atmosphere was created among the group members, and everybody felt visibly relaxed. It was a dense and intense day, but I can really say I profited a lot - in terms of personal development, and by learning things that I can apply in everyday situations."
"I really enjoyed that this was an activel learning experience, that I learned by participating."