The Spring Leadership Summit is a series of four workshops developed to foster the personal leadership growth of Teachers College students, staff, and community members, preparing them to lead effectively across their varying roles and contexts. The Summit is organized by members of the Organizational and Human Development Consulting Club (OHDCC) and the Organizational Leadership Association (OLA) and is sponsored by the Vice President’s Diversity and Community Initiatives Grant Fund.
Four sessions are intended to highlight specific leadership qualities, attitudes, and behaviors that can be immediately applied in the organization, classroom, and home. The interactive and collaborative nature of this initiative will allow participants to learn from experts in the field of leadership studies as well as from one another.
The following are the dates, topics, and guest speaker of each session:
- Friday, March 8th (3-5pm), Venue: Horace Mann 138
International Development and Education: A Lesson in Reflection and Leadership
Divisional Vice President for Education and Capacity Development World Learning
- Monday, March 11th (7-9pm), Russell Hall 306
Leadership in the Army
w/Anthony (Tony) Cucolo
Major General, the 49th Commandant of the U.S. Army War College
- Tuesday, March 26th (7-9pm), Venue: Grace Dodge Hall 285
Leadership & Your Authentic Brand
Speaker, Brand Strategist, Truth Teller
- Wednesday, April 3rd (7-10pm), Venue: Grace Dodge Hall 281
Leadership: The Daring Dialogue
Building An America That Is Asking & Telling
Founder and Principal, The DeMaria Group Chief Learning Officer and Adjunct Associate Professor, New York University
- More sessions are to be announced! Stay tuned!
To Register, please click the “RSVP for Sessions” link at the top of this page.
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