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Leadership Workshops - Fall 2020

Although Queens will be functioning virtual for the Fall 2020 semester, we encourage all students to participate in continuing leadership education and training​ through our thoughtfully designed leadership workshops. These workshops will be provided virtually and will be available for all students to participate within! Below are a list of the workshops provided with date, time, and link to join:

Upcoming Workshops:

Leading through Change: 
  • Change is inevitable. During change, others look up to those in leadership roles for guidance, reassurance, and leadership. This workshop will discuss the process of change and how to understand that process in a way in which to provide followers the sense of ownership of the change and ways in which to lead effectively and successfully through the process.​
Leading for Change: 
  • ​​​​​​Students will learn how becoming active citizens within their community can provide a ripple effect of positive social change. Learning about the Social Change model, students will begin the process of looking at individual values, group values, and societal values intertwining to create the change within their communities and learning how to effectively share those values with others.​
​Previous Workshops:
Leadership by Inclusion: 
  • ​​​​​​Understanding, appreciating, and representing others from diverse backgrounds is essential as a leader. Students will learn about the Big 8 identities, what those mean for individuals, how they shape who we are, and the importance of representing all during times of leadership. ​
Maximizing your Skills: Transferrable Skills through Leadership Engagement: 
  • ​This workshop will provide students with an opportunity to gage their experiences with their future endeavors, looking between the lines at how they are able to sell themselves and their leadership roles. This workshop will help students determine those skills that are able to be transferred from experience to experience and how to sell those skills to show an intertwining of related skill sets. ​
Collaboration through Communication: 
  • As citizens of the 21st century, we have a vast array of opportunities to communicate and connect with others close to us as well as across the globe through various tools. This workshop will provide students an inside look into the understanding of how to communicate effectively to diverse individuals while ensuring their core values are being met and represented. This will provide students with a resource when working as a team to creative highly effective work environments.​
SMART Goals: 
  • ​​​​​​Students will learn more about creating attainable and achievable goals through the SMART goals workshop. This workshop is designed to provide students an opportunity to look at how they can take their goals, as Queens students, and create a plan to achieve those goals while on campus. ​
Virtual Leadership: 
  • ​As students begin this semester of virtual learning, this workshop will provide students with tools and resources needed to encourage continued growth as a leader on Queens' campus.​
​Leading at Queens: 
  • This workshop is designed to provide students an opportunity to gage and understand the ways in which they can become engaged and practiced leaders on campus. Students will learn more about programs they can participate in, club & organization opportunities, leadership roles on campus, and begin the process of looking at what it means to be an active citizen within our community.

Leadership Summit - Spring 2021

The Leadership Summit is a one-day conference, on campus, dedicated to meaningful discussions on relevant issues within students' organizational and personal lives. Please continue to check back for more information on this conference opportunity for Spring 2021!

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Leadership Institute - Postponed to Spring 2021

Whether you're a new leader on campus or already established within a leadership role, the Leadership Institute is our premier leadership program! Designed to build your skills and experiences during your time at Queens, the Leadership Institute is broken down into a three-tiered program. Each tier focuses on an element of leadership: Leading the Self, Leading with Others, and Leading for Change. Students who complete all three tiers will be recognized and memorialized on campus within Morrison Hall. Students will be asked to attend four workshops during the first tier:

  • ​Queens Leader Workshop
  • StrengthsFinder Workshop
  • ResponseAbility Workshop
  • Identity Workshop
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Camp Rex: Leadership Retreat - Postponed to Fall 2021

Camp Rex is an off-campus adventure geared at helping you grow as an individual while working with others to complete your goals! This program focuses on team building and creating high-functioning teams while providing you with experiences that you can bring back to campus. Continue checking back for updated information for Fall 2021!​​​ 

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Walt Disney World Leadership Experience - Postponed to Spring 2022

Walt Disney provided values, vision, and passion for excellence, as well as the tools to deliver them to a new generation of leaders. Experience a leadership experience like no other, where you work with Disney World cast members to learn new and exciting leadership techniques and values while enjoying the magic of Disney! The Walt Disney World Leadership Experience is during Spring Break and provides an all-inclusive experience for $550*! (travel, Disney Resort lodging, meals, Park-Hopper passes, and Disney facilitated leadership program included)

Scholarship Information:

The Department of Student Engagement is providing an opportunity for students to apply for a $250 leadership-based scholarship to help subsidize the cost of this program. For more information, please continue to check back for further details!

*Prices subject to change.
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​Joshua Cauble, M.Ed.

Assistant Director of Student Engagement 
for Leadership Programming

caublej@queens.edu  |  704-337-2264  |  Morrison 210