NCSL Fall 2014 Leadership Conference

The National Center for Student Leadership
Fall 2014 Conference


Conference Information and Updates

Calling all NCSL Alumni! Be involved as a peer leader at the fall conference. This program is open to the first 20 applicants -- the only requirements are that you must have attended NCSL in the past, and you must register for the conference. L-Team Student Ambassador Program description

Schedule change! The first session of the Certified Student Leader Program on Thursday, November 20, 2014, takes place from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Educating, inspiring and empowering today’s collegiate leaders.

The annual fall National Center for Student Leadership Conference, now in its 36th year, is a four-day conference dedicated to providing an excellent learning opportunity. It brings together hundreds of students and student affairs professionals from campuses nationally and internationally to:

  • Explore essential leadership topics in an interactive setting
  • Hear from experts with real-world leadership experience from academia and business  
  • Experience activities that encourage collaboration and communication
  • Network with like-minded individuals who are passionate about leadership

Conference programming focuses on the social change model of leadership and the attributes that are essential to being a successful leader including: individual growth, group development, and civic-mindedness. 

NCSL also offers specific workshops that help leaders leverage leadership roles as they transition from campus to a professional career. The content is hands-on, practical and applicable, so that you can implement what you learn right away.

At this fall's conference we're bringing back top-rated presenters and adding important new voices as well. In a full slate of keynote presentations and workshops, you’ll learn about a variety of topics including:

  • Conflict with civility
  • Diversity and inclusion on campus
  • Etiquette for leaders
  • Fundraising using social media
  • Goal setting and achievement
  • Marketing yourself for success
  • Negotiation for leaders
  • Officer transition and change
  • Persuasive Speaking
  • Planning and executing successful events
  • Public relations
  • Publicity and promotions
  • Servant leadership
  • Transformational leadership
  • Much, much more

And of course, you will learn plenty outside the presentations and workshops by sharing ideas and experiences with delegates from other campuses. It’s a great opportunity to network and collaborate.

Expect lively discussion, spirited debate, and a rewarding exchange of ideas throughout all four days. You can count on leaving the conference informed, inspired, and brimming with ideas you can put in to action right away.


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