It's an unfortunate fact of campus life that aggression and violence do occur... sometimes with devastating results. In this important seminar, you'll learn how to identify and manage aggressive persons and behavior.
One of the biggest challenges facing student organizations is year-to-year, or semester-to-semester turnover. New people come in and learning doesn't continue. Everything starts all over again. This presentation shows you how to avoid that by properly preparing for transition.
The Internet makes it easier than ever to be heard ... but also to put your foot in your mouth. Being smart about communication is essential if we are to present ourselves well and prevent misunderstanding.
Anti- LGBTIQQA bias is all around us, including our own college campuses. If, as research shows, one out of every ten students is LGBTIQQA, they need allies. In this program, we will discuss the tools to begin this journey.
Studies show more than half of all meeting time is wasted. How much are you losing? This program shows you how to give your meetings purpose and direction, and get more done.
Looking for a new way to brainstorm? One that focuses on workable, actionable solutions to your student organization challenges? You'll find it here — in the exciting process of dialogue mapping.
Giving feedback is difficult ... it ranks with public speaking, in fact, among the things people find most difficult. This presentation will help you become more comfortable giving feedback, and better understand it as a productive tool.
This training package will give you the tools to promote understanding and action on your campus.
Diversity means little in a student organization … unless it exists in the context of community.
Building your organization’s brand and meeting your objectives can be easily achieved by leveraging customer-focused marketing strategies.
College campuses sometimes seem like breeding grounds for conflict. It's only natural when people who are passionate about ideas, committed to ideals, and exuberant in their living get together.
Manners matter. That's the message in this straight-talking presentation. How you behave matters — to you and those around you.
As an organizational leader, you'll encounter students with mental health concerns. Ten percent of all students seek counseling; nearly half are experiencing severe mental illness.
We talk a lot about diversity on our campuses, but do we ever understand what that word really means? This workshop provides insight into inclusive practices – how to define them and how to demonstrate them through your decisions, intentions, and actions.
Can technology help you? This program will demonstrate tools that can help your student organization achieve your objectives.
Are you a student leader who dreads public speaking? Relax, most people start out uncomfortable at the podium. We give you proven techniques and "tricks of the trade" you need to become a confident, comfortable public speaker.
Apathy is deadly in any organization, and especially in student campus groups, where your time is limited in the first place, and a lack of commitment means it's unlikely anything will get done.
In this student leadership program, we’ll explore how the lessons learned from experiencing failure allow for future successes.
Successful leaders know: mentors are essential. In this program, you can learn not only how to find a mentor for yourself, but how to develop a mentoring program to help your organization groom its next generation of leaders.
Creativity seems like it should be so simple, but often bringing creative ideas and projects into an organization is challenging. In this presentation, you’ll learn more about creativity and how to better tap into your creative juices.
Does “political correctness” help or hinder your conversations around issues of diversity? We offer you practical ways to quickly transform the quality and effectiveness of your communication skills that are vital to your success.
Instead of being held back by negativity, you can propel yourself and your organization forward with authentic positivity. We provide tangible tools to help take you and your organization to the next level.
Advisors can have a tremendous impact on an organization's ability to get things done, and yet, they're often woefully underutilized. In this presentation, you'll learn how to work productively with your group's best ally.
You've encountered them: the personalities that can disrupt meetings, destroy cohesiveness, and generally make life miserable. In this presentation, you'll learn what characterizes them, the harm they can do, and how to use a 5-step management program to positively influence their behavior.
As a student leader, you will encounter troubled students — even some who may be contemplating suicide. You get insight on the issues involved in this trainer. The more you know, the better prepared you'll be to make a difference.
Networking at the local coffee shop is very different than networking via Google. But both can create lucrative new partnerships for your organization – and this program will show you how.
Stress for college students is ubiquitous ... and because you're in a leadership role, you've invited even more of it into your life. In this presentation, you'll learn about how your body reacts to stress, and the healthy steps you can take to control it.
Does what you believe affect how you lead? What place do the beliefs of others have in your decision-making? What happens when beliefs are in conflict? Questions of spirituality need to be examined in an organizational context.
Resilience refers to the capacity to flexibly and effectively adapt in a changing environment − to not only survive in the face of adversity but to thrive and maintain psychological and physical well-being.
Do you want to make a positive and lasting impact on your campus? Thi trainer will help you do just that. Explore simple mindset changes that can significantly alter the legacy you leave.
As a student leader, you carry some weight on campus. This trainer will show you how to use it to get things done — from running successful events to meeting your long-range organizational goals.
Training for students ready to make the move from leadership competence to leadership excellence.
Got a lot on your plate? Discover how to reclaim lost hours, and finally have the time you need to get things done. You'll learn the time- and activity-management secrets of the most successful businesspeople.
In this session, student leaders will identify their “hot buttons” and begin to understand why they feel triggered in certain conflict situations.
Oops! Leadership mistakes happen, but they usually are not the “epic fail” we make them out to be. “Oops opportunities” often provide rich learning and discovery about what is or is not working well for you and your team.
A well-planned retreat can be the launching pad for both greater involvement from your group members and a more cohesive team. Your group can also accomplish valuable things to jumpstart your year. Learn why and how to do a successful retreat in this online program.
In this session, you will identify many of the common dynamics of indifference, and explore effective strategies to create greater inclusion and participation in your student organization.
For most students, "risk management" means "fun prevention." The perception is that policies and rules are meant to control students and put a damper on college experiences. Learn the reality of risk management, and why it's important to your organization.
A strong, cohesive team is an integral part of the success of any organization. When used appropriately, team-building activities can bring teams closer together and help them look at real problems in a unique way.
In this program, you’ll learn five key concepts that will give you tools to enhance conversations in your organizations, on your campus, and in your communities. "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."
Even in high functioning organizations, silos can emerge, especially in teams of 12 or more. Lack of communication can force normally healthy subgroups or work teams to focus on their own goals and programs to the point of ignoring the needs of others.
A strategic plan can guide you through the steps that can show you the way to success. Follow along with the activities and start a simple strategic planning process that you can use to go from ideas to vision to goals to action for you or your student organization.
This package will give you the tools to turn your organization into a cohesive, focused team.
Experience valuable guidance on some of the tough personal challenges that student leaders face. Including effective public speaking, stress management, maximizing your time and leading with integrity.
This trainer focuses on 'getting your mind right” by learning how your brain’s emotional and cognitive systems function during decision-making. By exploring this, you can become more a effective leader.
First-time student leaders get the fundamentals of leadership to help them hit the ground running.
After mastering the fundamentals of leadership, this higher-level training will help you take your organization to the next step and hit your stride.
This trainer reviews the importance of purposeful pausing to reduce stress. We provide the tools and techniques necessary to implement this activity in your life.
You want to act and lead with integrity. But how do you know whether you're doing the right thing? This presentation provides insight into integrity — how to define it, and how to demonstrate it through your decisions and actions.
For some, hazing is a long-standing tradition. For others, it's a deep-rooted problem. More and more, responsible organizations are coming to realize it's the latter. If you're ready to tackle the problem of hazing in your organization, don't miss this important presentation.
Everyone brings different strengths and personalities to the table – some are uber-organized, others see the big picture. Some bring triple-layer connections and networks; others have a perfectly timed and motivating sense of humor.
Become a project manager! Great projects are on time, on task, on target, and under budget. As a successful project manager, you will break large projects into manageable tasks, assign the right tasks to the right people, and maintain communication within your organization.