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.
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.
The Certified Student Leader: Group Fundamentals online course helps your students learn some of the most important lessons in effective leadership, gleaned from the best practices of successful organizations worldwide. It covers critical skills the students need to be an effective student leader both in college and beyond.
Can technology help you? This program will demonstrate tools that can help your student organization achieve your objectives.
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.
All sorts of things can go wrong when you’re running a student organization. Your students could get rowdy and injure themselves at an orientation event. Transportation accidents may occur en route to an off-site event. Facilities or property may be damaged. Risk Management for Student Organization Advisors: A National Center for Student Leadership White Paper explains these important terms in plain English (not Legal-ese) so that you can take the steps necessary to safeguard organizational activities and reduce potential problems
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.
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.
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.