Posts Tagged ‘Leadership’

By: Rockell Bartoli | Article from 2019 Fall CLT Magazine As a professional speaker, I LOVE going to different schools and universities to work with students. However, traveling isn’t always the most fun thing to do. My least favorite thing about traveling, besides having to sit in the middle seat, is the packing and unpacking…

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Dakota Doman | Director of Student Life and Services University of Houston – Victoria | Extracted from CLT Magazine – Winter 2015 Colleges and Universities spend a significant amount of time and money attempt- ing to prepare students on how to become leaders. Whether its through formalized leadership programs such as LeaderShape, sending them to…

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By: Del Suggs, M.S. Ed. In this virtual world, we still must lead and teach our students to lead. While it’s challenging, there are ways to utilize technology to help with your recruitment. I still suggest that you follow my four-step method of recruitment. It doesn’t matter if you are seeking new members in the…

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By: Professor Joe Martin, ED.D. As we start a new semester, it’s easy to get discouraged and disappointed about what DIDN’T happen and what you DIDN’T get accomplished last semester. As I reflected on last semester and reveled in all the successes, I must admit, even I started to slide down the slippery slope of…

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Dr. Sherene McHenry It is estimated that the average professional squanders the equivalent of four work days every month in ineffective meetings. That’s 48 wasted work days annually per professional! Additionally, half of all meeting time is frittered away. Think of how much greater the averages would be if only academic settings were calculated. The…

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COMMUNICATION, COURAGE, & CONSISTENCY Three C’s That Make A Good Student Leader By: Dakota Doman, Director of Student Life and Services University of Houston – Victoria  Colleges and Universities spend a significant amount of time and money attempting to prepare students on how to become leaders. Whether its through formalized leadership programs such as LeaderShape,…

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Activities Board 2.0: How to Communicate Your Leadership Ability By: Clint Cora   It’s refreshing to see the interest in leadership among many campus life students.  It’s an acknowledgement that leadership skills enhance campus life, not only for student leaders, but for the entire campus population. For those near graduation, there’s also the thought that…

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