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Educational Sessions Social Excellence (Matt Mattson, Phired Up Productions) We dare you to revolt against SOCIAL ISOLATION and help bring people together. More people gathered together around important causes can change the world. So, shake hands, have conversations, build relationships, and collaborate — so that we can organize, change the world, and matter.

True Colors (Tracci Johnson, NSU Dean of Students) What hue are you? FUN and ENGAGING approach to learn about yourself as a leader. Sometimes, understanding how you may be perceived can help you understand and reflect how to better lead and effectively work with others in your organization.

Team-building (Krystina Robinson, Leadership & Student Engagement) Teambuilding activities that enhances the quality of leadership within an individual or organization. This session will include “challenge by choice” action learning and low-ropes.

Platforms & Barriers: The Realization of Being a Leader (T. J. Smith, Housing & Residence Life) Do you know what it takes to be a leader? Have you ever wondered if you possess leadership qualities? Or do you feel that you were born this way? In this session, participants will learn the characteristics of a leader and discover their leadership styles according to their strengths and communication skills.

Why, How, What? How Great Leaders Inspire Action (Nicole Gray, Leadership & Student Engagement) A simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership all starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?"

Transition Training (ReNecia Thornton, Leadership & Student Engagement) It is one thing to be a student, but now you’re a student leader. Learn how to manage your organization internally so that you’ll have external success. Learn how to stay organized, manage relationships, and maintain a solid foundation between your organization, the university, its students, and the community at large.


2014 Student Leadership Drive-in