Society Track

Society Track

Power of a Promise
Tuesday, January 28, 1 p.m.
University Center 430
Sometimes when we make a promise, it seems like a good idea – until it comes time to keep it. The reality is a promise kept is more powerful than a good intention, a thought, or any material comfort. As a leader, learn to make your promises count, so your followers feel valued and respected.

Fishing for Leaders
Wednesday, February 5, 12 p.m.
University Center 430
Ever find yourself bored and lacking motivation? In this fun and engaging session, you will learn four principles to implement in your daily life that will leave you feeling energized and engaged. Use these in groups and you will find everyone has more fun.

Who Moved My Cheese: Lessons on Change
Monday, February 10, 12 p.m.
University Center 430
Change in an inevitable part of life and the sooner we learn to embrace it, the better off we are. Participants will learn about common reactions to change and the benefits of accepting change.

Unveiling the Myths of Leadership
Monday, March 3, 5 p.m.
University Center 430
There are plenty of things said about leadership that can make you feel less than, scare you away from leadership positions, and skew the image of what leadership truly looks like. In this lesson, you will have the opportunity to challenge these statements and realize that they are simply myths. Be ready for group discussion and debate as you search to unveil the truth.

Leadership v. Management
Monday, March 31, 5 p.m.
University Center 430
With the structure of society today, it is often difficult to identify the difference between a leader and a manager. A leader is not necessarily a manager, and too often a manager is not a leader. This session will help you to understand the difference between the two and how both can be effective positions.