Penn State To Host Virtual Leadership Workshops
Penn State’s Office of Student Activities will offer three virtual leadership workshops for students this fall.
The meetings will be held on Zoom and are designed to help students focus on personal leadership skill development. There will be one workshop during each of the next three months, each taking place from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on their respective dates.
The first workshop, titled “Leading During Difficult Times,” will take place on September 24. During the session, students will discuss what they would like to accomplish as a leader through conversations with peers, interactive planning, and meditative reflection. Registration will be open until September 23, and you can sign up here.
“Conflict Management Through Civil Discourse” will be the second workshop on offer on October 21. This workshop will focus on improving conflict management and resolution skills and allow students to practice holding productive and civil discussions.
Registration for “Conflict Management Through Civil Discourse” closes on October 20.
The final workshop, “What’s Your Number? Unlocking your Enneagram,” will be held on November 10.
Students will use Enneagram, a test that categorizes the subject into nine different personality types, to open a dialogue on how to efficiently interact with others. Like the other two workshops, registration will close a day prior to the workshop, on November 9.
More information regarding these workshops can be found on the Student Affairs’ website.
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