FALL 2020 SESSIONS

LLE Workshop #1:  Discovering the Five Dysfunctions of Teams
Facilitator: Alix Cohler, Collegiate Empowerment® Facilitator
Attendees will understand why teams, even the best ones, often struggle and then learn a model and actionable steps that can be used to overcome the common hurdles. Ultimately, become more aware of how to build a cohesive, effective team. This workshop includes a short pre-reading and a copy of The Five Dysfunctions of Teams book by Patrick Lencioni. [FULL] REGISTER NOW!

Thursday, 9/10
from 7-7:50 pm EST &
Saturday, 9/12 from 11-12:15 pm EST via Zoom

LLE Workshop #2:  Situational Leadership II®
Facilitator: Gordon Loeb, Loeb Consulting Group, LLC
To be a leader others want to follow, you will need to set clear and attainable goals, provide the matching leadership style, track performance, and provide appropriate feedback. The goal of a Situational Leader is to help others develop competence, motivation, and confidence. The workshop includes a short pre-reading, an online self-assessment, and a copy of Leadership and the One-Minute Manager book. REGISTER NOW! 

Thursday, 10/15
from 7-7:50 pm EST &
Saturday, 10/17 from 11 am-12:15 pm EST via Zoom

SPECIAL FOCUS WORKSHOPS

SPRING 2019 - Brothers Leading Up

Priority registration for non-senior men of color.
Facilitator: Torin Perez ’09   Read About Our Facilitator

Workshop description: “Who Am I To Lead?” This question, the title of Torin’s book is meant to inspire belief, not doubt. Torin believes that your leadership journey has already begun, whether you are aware of it or not — and the time for you to recognize this is now. In this interactive workshop, you will have a safe space to:

– Explore your experiences here on campus as men of color, sharing stories and  building kinship among fellow student leaders
– Become aware of real potential challenges you may face because of your identity, and ways to overcome them
– Discover how to thrive, and lead while being your most authentic self in school, at work and in life

Friday, 4/26 from 7-8:30 pm
Saturday, 4/27 from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Workshop goals: (a) to address the issues which men of color face during their pursuit of leadership roles and in the process of leading and: (b) to establish formal mentoring relationships with alumni to improve leadership self-efficacy.

All participants will receive a copy of the book called “Who Am I to Lead?” and those who complete the full workshop requirements will be paired with a mentor (an alum or possibly a parent) for a year-long mentoring relationship focused on leadership development.

SPRING 2018 - Women Leading Up

Priority registration for non-senior women.

Facilitator: Natalie Loeb, M.S., Founder of Loeb Leadership Development Group. Read About  Our Facilitator

Workshop description:  This workshop features a professional leadership consultant, who will help participants reflect on issues that women can face in their pursuit of leading change.
Today’s women leaders all started somewhere. The leaders we become evolve. If we are paying attention, hints of who we can be are there as we move throughout the undergraduate years. In this workshop, Natalie will share her story and observations highlighting how young female leaders evolve into strong, competent, credible female leaders when in the pinnacle of their careers. Using data and stories from high achieving women Natalie coached in her career; along with her own story, Natalie will walk you through four key stages of a leader’s career and questions to consider along the way. Participants will explore:

– The critical role of “questioning” in success
– What it means to “yield” and how to do it effectively
– How to prepare to “own it” as you journey towards a personal definition of success.

Thursday, 4/19 from 6-7:30 pm
Saturday, 4/21 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Workshop goals: (a) to address the issues which women face during their pursuit of leadership roles and in the process of leading and (b) to establish formal mentoring relationships with alumni to improve leadership self-efficacy.

All participants who complete the full workshop requirements will be paired with a mentor (an alum or possibly a parent) for a year-long mentoring relationship focused on leadership development.