Work with others—Leadership

13Jan202016:00
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Exploring Leadership

In this session, students explore the definition of leadership and consider important aspects of leadership. Different models and theories are also considered, and students begin to develop their personal philosophy of leadership. 

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership
13Jan202017:30
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18:30
Motivation

Opening with an energizing activity, this workshop will challenge students to examine their perceptions and definitions of motivation. Common themes will be explored as students discuss and discover how to find inspiration in daily life.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership
14Jan202015:00
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16:00
Citizenship & Culture

This session challenges students to relate leadership to citizenship, and to consider how these ideas could be practiced while at university. Then, leadership and citizenship are both related to culture to help students appreciate the importance of context.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Citizenship, SKILLS21 Leadership
14Jan202016:30
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17:30
Power

This workshop helps students explore positional power and social influence, particularly as it relates to their individual identities. It encourages students to critically reflect on the power they may have and how to leverage it in everyday situations.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Citizenship
15Jan202016:00
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17:00
Ethics

To analyze and discover how ethics and leadership intertwine, students in this workshop will examine different ethical standards and be challenged to apply those standards to a classic ethical dilemma. By critically reflecting upon their own beliefs and those of their peers, students will actively engage in debate on making moral decisions.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Discovery, SKILLS21 Leadership
15Jan202017:30
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18:30
Communication

In this session, students learn about effective methods for communication and challenge themselves to consider potential obstacles when communicating cross-culturally. Students will leave this session with a toolkit of useful communication strategies, including methods for active listening.

Classified as: Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21 Collaboration, SKILLS21 Leadership
16Jan202016:00
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17:00
Being A Change Agent

Students participating in this workshop will begin by playing a game to explore themes related to individual influence, personal interpretations, communication, and change.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership
16Jan202017:30
to
18:30
Exploring Leadership

In this session, students explore the definition of leadership and consider important aspects of leadership. Different models and theories are also considered, and students begin to develop their personal philosophy of leadership.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership
20Jan202016:00
to
17:00
Citizenship & Culture

This session challenges students to relate leadership to citizenship, and to consider how these ideas could be practiced while at university. Then, leadership and citizenship are both related to culture to help students appreciate the importance of context.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Citizenship, SKILLS21 Leadership
20Jan202017:30
to
18:30
Exploring Leadership

In this session, students explore the definition of leadership and consider important aspects of leadership. Different models and theories are also considered, and students begin to develop their personal philosophy of leadership. 

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership
21Jan202016:30
to
17:30
Motivation

Opening with an energizing activity, this workshop will challenge students to examine their perceptions and definitions of motivation. Common themes will be explored as students discuss and discover how to find inspiration in daily life.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership
21Jan202017:45
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18:45
Conflict Management

Through this highly interactive workshop, students will work across potential disputes to balance their positionality and needs with the potentially conflicting desires of others.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Collaboration
22Jan202016:00
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17:00
Exploring Leadership

In this session, students explore the definition of leadership and consider important aspects of leadership. Different models and theories are also considered, and students begin to develop their personal philosophy of leadership. 

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Leadership
22Jan202017:30
to
18:30
Citizenship & Culture

This session challenges students to relate leadership to citizenship, and to consider how these ideas could be practiced while at university. Then, leadership and citizenship are both related to culture to help students appreciate the importance of context.

Classified as: student services, Campus Life & Engagement, Ambassadors for Campus and Community Engagement, SKILLS21, SKILLS21 Citizenship, SKILLS21 Leadership

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