Final Leadership Academy of the Semester: Authentic Leadership
New Student & Family Programs is excited to continue the Leadership Academy series for student, faculty and staff. During these one-time training sessions, participants will explore specific topics within leadership through immersive activities and discussions. Topics for the "Leadership Academy" series will vary from semester to semester.
The fourth and final set of training for the fall semester will be offered twice from 2-4 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 29-30, covering the topic of Authentic Leadership. Being true to yourself helps build stronger connection to those who look up to you for guidance, creating a stronger, more cohesive team.
To register for either of the training sessions, please sign up on HogSync. For more information and details on upcoming training sessions, check out our website! Registration for the Leadership Academy workshops are limited, and seats will be filled on a first come, first served basis. More public trainings will be offered in the spring semester, covering new topics as well as currently offered trainings.
If your office or organization wishes to have a private training session covering one of the available topics, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a session.
Jonas Zabriskie, assistant director
Office of New Student & Family Programs
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