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Our mission is to enhance students' educational experience by assisting them in developing the skills they need to serve as successful leaders in a global community through:
Creating meaningful co-curricular opportunities;
Cultivating a more inclusive campus community;
Collaborating with others to provide programs and resources which increase students' career readiness; and
Communicating the importance of developing leadership skills, global awareness and cultural competence
The vision of Leadership and Cultural Programs is to serve as a leader in cultivating an inclusive learning community that provides resources and promotes the development of dynamic, cultural competent leaders who value and engage in life-long learning.
Get Ready to Excel in Industry! Attend A Backpack to Briefcase Workshop
All workshops are held in Norwood 305 and will be held from 5PM to 6PM unless otherwise noted.
Registration is required.
Follow this link to register http://mst.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_24uqrjsFSMwygpn
The first 10 participants at each workshop will receive a door prize.
April 13th Doing it with Style
Learn about your Leadership Style and How to Work With Individuals Different Than You. Based upon the DISC Inventory
April 20th Excelling in the Workplace: How to Give and Receive Feedback and Make the Grade on Performance Reviews.
Presented by a former Accenture Consultant.
April 27th Leading and Managing Relationships in the Workplace. Presented by a Principle Partner from KC Tech Group.
FINAL DINNER AND PANEL DISCUSSION: May 4th from 5PM to 6:30PM at Gordoz
Featuring a Panel Discussion with Professionals from GKN Aerospace on
“Getting it Right The First Time: What To and Not to Do in the First 90 days”
The registration deadline for the final session a dinner and panel discussion at Gordoz is April 27th.
Backpacks to Briefcase Workshop Series is Coordinated by the Career Opportunities and Employer Relations and Leadership and Cultural Programs Departments with sponsorship by The Corporate Development Council
Questions can be directed to Jerri Arnold-Cook at (573)341-7504 or email@example.com
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