The Leadership Seminar Series offers quarterly leadership development opportunities for the executive boards of graduate and professional student groups. Essential to being a successful leader is knowledge of how to serve a variety of constituents and ensure that all voices are heard, maintain a clear and inviting public presence, and create programming that encourages others to engage.
Dining Do's & Don'ts
February 15, 2018 | 5:30 to7:00 pm
The Liberman Center staff will host an evening dedicated to the fine art of social dining and schmoozing. Guest etiquette suggestions and a reception will be included.
Please RSVP early to attend this social affair, but informative evening!
What it Means to be a Creative Leader
March 22, 2018 | 4:00 pm
This seminar is designed for graduate students to learn how creative leadership can catalyze transformation in individuals and teams. Students will learn why a leadership style isn’t one size fits all, and identify how to use design thinking to positively impact their own development and solve leadership challenges.
Please RSVP to this seminar.
Gallup Strengths Quest
April 12, 2018 | 3:30 - 5:00 pm
Discover your strengths in this hour long seminar led by Assistant Dean Ashley Macrander. Graduate student leaders will be given access to StrengthsQuest™ prior to the seminar so that participants can share their findings with one another.
RSVP to attend this informative seminar.
How to Plan a Meeting & Prepare a Budget
April 19, 2018 | 4:00 pm
Whether leading a graduate group or preparing for post graduate school employment, this seminare provides participants suggested communication skills and presentation methods to create impactful agendas and cost effective budgets.
Please RSVP early to attend.