Posts Tagged ‘Professional Development’

By Alicia Young, Speaker. alicia@savvylife.net  Name a national pizza chain. your go-to shopping site. your favorite airline. I’ll bet you answered in seconds. Have you ever considered yourself as a brand? Logos have become a shorthand for a certain standard of service and a certain consumer experience. In short, they set up expectations—then deliver. Companies…

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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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By: Adrienne Thoman Central Penn College | Article from 2020 Spring CLT Magazine Ok, I get it. In our world, things get busy (hello, understatement of the year). We book vendors, troubleshoot tech, call BINGO, get duck taped to walls, fundraise, research, teach, collaborate, all the while mastering that pizza-to-people ratio and inspiring student leaders.…

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By Jeff Foote, Director of Student Life, SUNY Cobleskill Administrations want to see a return on your investment expenses MUST be justified by a return. Attending an Association For The Promotion Of Campus Activities (APCA ) campus activities conference is a great experience for all concerned. Students enjoy the excitement, administrations appreciate its leadership experiences…

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Dr. Amy Young, Ph.D.,University of Michigan Ross School of Business and Dr. Blake Faulkner. Ph.D. , The Pacific Group Entry into the 21st century brought a rapid evolution in how people communicate and interact with each other. We are just now starting to see the first generation to have grown up only knowing this new…

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Finally…it’s time to Make Leadership F.UN.!So you increase involvement in your student organizations and keep your current leaders involved longer!! By Mike Fritz, America’s Leading Authority on Making Leadership F.U.N. I have had the honor to speak to college campus just like yours all over the country. Almost every campus asks the same question, and…

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By Amiee Mueller Have you noticed changes on campus? How do you navigate those changes and adapt to them so your events are still impactful and well attended? Here are some ideas to help you be a master of change and a creator of enriching experiences. At the APCA Houston event, Dr. George Kuh said…

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Bobby audley is a college leadership speaker with Outside The Zone. OTZ seeks to increase student engagement and involvement on college campuses. To learn more visit www.bobbyaudley.com and www.dontbeblog.com. _________ Back in April a good friend Tweeted me simply this, #DontBe Intimidated. When I asked her what this was all about she explained that she…

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By: Jewel Jackson | Founder/Director, African Soul International I think we’ve ALL heard about diversity; it has become a buzzword lately. The word “Inclusion” usually follows closely behind it, but they’re very far from being the same thing. Diversity is the company photo that shows faces of various hues and colors, genders and backgrounds. Diversity…

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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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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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Community is more important for colleges than it ever has been Permission to re-post granted by author, C.J. Johnson, To Go Events We hope that you’re reading this from the comfort and safety of your home—these are strange times, friends. We’ve heard from a few college programmers that their budgets are being frozen, or that…

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