The Global Leadership Series, entering its fifth year, is a program series being offered in Spring 2016 for West Chester University students who are actively interested in global issues. You have made your impact on the university community now it is time to learn how to use your leadership skills to better the GLOBAL community!
Five sessions will be held throughout the Spring semester.
Social Justice - Environmental Issues/Sustainability - Global Ethics - Diversity/Multiculturalism, Global Resources and Global Philanthropy are potential topics to be covered by participants in this series!
SPACE IS LIMITED (Only 30 spaces available) – DO NOT WAIT TO SIGN UP!
Pre-Register yourself by filling out the information below!
Dates of the series: February 5th, February 12th, February 26th, March 18th, and April 1st
Time: All sessions start with dinner at 4:30 p.m. and the program will run approximately from 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Thank you for presenting at the 28th Annual Leadership Experience! We ask that you upload any documents you plan to use in your presentation. These documents will be made public after the Leadership Experience so that students unable to attend can review this material.
If you would like to upload multiple documents you can do so. However, each document must be uploaded as a separate file below.
Call for Proposals - 29th Annual Leadership Experience
“The Journey to Leadership Gold” is the overall conference theme of the 29th Annual Student Leadership Experience sponsored by generous donations from State Farm Insurance, SGA and the WCU Alumni Association. This year's theme is inspired by the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The Leadership Experience Sub-Committee is asking you to participate as an educational workshop presenter for today’s WCU campus leaders. We know that your time is valuable, but we hope you might be able to find the time to present at this great annual conference! And, although we can’t pay you – we can give you a great dinner and a wonderful long-sleeve Leadership Experience t-shirt to add to your WCU wardrobe!
Programs may take the form of panel discussions, interactive programs, or discussion groups. If you are interested (and I hope you are) in presenting a topic or topics at the Spring 2016 Leadership Experience that takes place on Friday, February 19, 2016 (snow date: Friday, February 26, 2016), please fill out this form. Below you will find a list of program topics you might find interesting or choose to incorporate into your presentation.
If you choose to join us, please complete this form by February 5th.THANK YOU to those of you who have already volunteered.
On behalf of the Division of Student Affairs, the Leadership Experience Sub-committee, and myself, I thank you very much for considering this proposal. This event can be so much better with your participation. I hope you will consider being a part of this evening’s events.
Director of Student Leadership & Involvement
Possible Program Topics
Topics in bold represent ones that are a great need among our students.
Goal setting and achievement (reflecting the Olympic theme)
Follow-through/Delegating (Not Taking It on Yourself)
Understanding Group Dynamics
Keeping Motivated, Motivating the Middle
Recruitment/Retention of Members - Recruit, Re-energize, Revamp
Ethics/ Ethical Decision-Making
Is Change a Threat or an Opportunity?
Avoiding Burnout/Understanding Stress
Are You Over-involved?
Life Skills/What Can Getting Involved Do for my Future?
Leading for the Right Reasons (It's Not Just the Title)
Apathy/Dealing With Dead-Weight Members, Motivating the Middle
Leadership/Personality Inventories (The Animal Within Us, Your Leadership Brand)
Career Development/Mock Interviewing
Long Range Planning for Self or Student Organizations
Public Speaking/Speaking Skills
Social Equity & Civility in The Community
Identifying and Fulfilling Your Mission without Losing Yourself
I have just joined, now what??
Preparation for Graduate School
You are More Than Your Resume – Marketing Your Leadership
Want to recognize an organization or club for extraordinary work? Then RAMdom Excellence is just what you're looking for? This spotlight program provides student organizations with the opportunity to be recognized for outstanding efforts both on and off campus. Anyone can nominate their own club/ organization or other clubs/ organizations that they feel have displayed dedication, hard work, creativity, enthusiasm, and so much more! Every month we will have a new group to recognize for their contribution to West Chester University and the community at large. Nominations are due on the last day of each month and should reflect what the club or organization did in the previous month that was outstanding. To nominate a club or organization, please go to orgsync.com, click on the L.E.A.D. page, find the tab along the left sidebar labeled "Forms," and click on RAMdom Excellence. It's that simple! Don't wait! Nominate an organization/ club today!
Do you know someone who has done a Rock Star job in the month of November? Nominate yourself or someone that you know who should be recognized for his or her outstanding efforts in their student organization!
Want to recognize an organization or club for extraordinary work? Then RAMdom Excellence is just what you're looking for! This spotlight program provides student organizations with the opportunity to be recognized for outstanding efforts both on and off campus. Anyone can nominate any club or organization they feel have displayed dedication, hard work, creativity, enthusiasm, and so much more!
Every month we will have a new group to recognize for their contribution to West Chester University and the community at large. Nominations are due on the last day of each month and should reflect what the club or organization did in the previous month that was outstanding. Nominate an organization today!
Form will close November 30th at midnight!
New Student Organization Forms
New Student Organization - Request to Organize Form