Welcome to our first-ever virtual workshop: Adaptive Leadership. Adaptive leadership is more pertinent than ever during these times of uncertainty. By tuning into our workshop, you will learn the difference between heroic and post-heroic leadership, what it takes to be a great adaptive leader, self-reflect with questions, and so much more! Thank you for tuning in, enjoy!
We look forward to seeing you all at our leadership workshops in the 2020-2021 academic year. In the meantime, please stay safe, healthy and have a strong end to your semester!
The JLC is now offering personalized workshops for all student organizations on campus! Our staff will work with your organization to create an interactive program that fits your group's goals and objectives. This is a free service designed to help students develop their leadership skills on campus. Request a workshop for your student organization or residence hall today!
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Learn to recognize how validation fuels leadership development, how to assess one’s ability to support the development of others, and create an on-going plan to cultivate leadership in others. FREE FOOD!
Come out to hear the Associate Director of UW-Madison's Teacher of Education Center, Samantha Baruah, speak on the importance of leadership and education as she shares her unique journey and experiences from political refugee to educational powerhouse.
February 12th, 2020
Come out and learn to recognize the importance of feedback, and how to feel comfortable in both giving and receiving effective feedback!
Learn how intentional commitment of organizations from different sectors with a common agenda can be a powerful tool in solving specific social problems.
Participants learn how to recognize and assess different types of conflict and determine healthy and effective strategies to solve them. Discuss how habitual and intentional behaviors factor into conflict.
Participants learn about the different roles that make up a group's dynamic and how to make intentional changes to individual behavior to maximize group effectiveness.
To lead the Spring 2019 Engage Leadership Speaker Series; we invited Dr. Richard J. Davidson, the founder and director of the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison to discuss how to cultivate well-being and how to apply these techniques as future leaders. His talk covered how students can perceive emotion from psychological perspective and being able to use well-being as a skill.