Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement Nova Southeastern University Rosenthal Student Center 2nd Floor 3301 College Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314
Main Office: (954) 262-7195 email@example.com
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LEAD21 is a new weeklong leadership event that will be filled with a variety of workshops and events that will bring students from across NSU together to learn about and engage in topics related to leadership and overall student development. Events will be hosted by a variety of office across the DOSA/COUS division and campus. Students can also connect with faculty, staff, presenters, and other students to expand their network at the university.
Like our other programs in the Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement, sessions will focus on leadership core competencies based on the National Association of Campus Activities Student Leader competencies. We structure our programs within these competencies to offer students the ability to continue their growth and development throughout their university experience.
This year’s theme is "Grow Through, What You Go Through.” The Leadership Week Planning Committee is seeking program proposals focusing on at least one of the following core content areas:
For more information, please contact the Office of Student Leadership and Civic Engagement at (954) 262-7195 or by email at email@example.com.
LEAD21 is a weeklong leadership event that will be filled with a variety of workshops, events and discussions that will bring students from across NSU together to learn about and engage in topics related to leadership and overall student development. Events will be hosted by a variety of office across campus. The week will conclude with a leadership recognition ceremony which will recognize outstanding student leaders at NSU.
All Lead 21 events will be a posted on SharkHub and be available to RSVP. Participants will have the option to attend one or all the event offerings that week. You choose your leadership journey!
Please check back for continued updates and virtual event links.
IF YOU SEE THE NEED TAKE THE LEAD
Join us to learn more about Sharks and Service and how to make an impact in our community. Learn more about our service project while making your own. Come fill out an impact card to show how you will be making your mark.
BYSTANDER INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR STUDENT LEADERS
Bystanders are individuals who witness situations where they have the opportunity to provide assistance, yet choose to do nothing or contribute to negative behavior. Prosocial bystanders are those who seek to intervene in ways that create a positive outcome. As a leader, you can model the behavior of a prosocial bystander for the rest of the community - and encourage everyone to stand up against sexual misconduct. Come learn some strategies for intervention with Title IX Prevention Initiatives!
TOGETHER BUT SEPARATED: TAKING A LOOK AT THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK AROUND THE WORLD
COVID-19 has raced through the globe and change the lives of people all around the world. Through this presentation, we will be exploring how the covid-19 crisis has taken its toll on different countries. We will also be looking at the government response from different nations and comparing them. Through the pros and cons of different responses to the virus, we will discuss how we can use what we have learned to become a global leader in helping prevent the spread of the coronavirus even further amongst your family, friends, peers and others.
LEAD AND SUCCEED: TRANSLATING YOUR LEADERSHIP SKILLS TO YOUR RESUME, COVER LETTER AND INTERVIEWS
Calling all Shark Leaders! This workshop, hosted by the Center for Academic & Professional Success, is designed to support student leaders (both on and off campus) who want to translate the skills they have gained through their co-curricular involvement onto their resumes and cover letters, and in interviews. Facilitated by two Career Advisors, students will engage within and leave this workshop with a better understanding of how to identify the skills they have/are gaining and how to communicate that to employers and graduate/professional schools.
InNOVAtive LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE: CLARIFIED VALUES
Clarified Values is one of the ten competencies of Student Leadership. The Clarified Values workshop is designed to engage students through activities and reflection to help them identify key morals and set a strong foundation with their personal and professional life. This sessions is presented by Dr. Teri WIlliams and Donald Sheilds.
CHAT n' CHEW
In partnership with Housing and Residential Life, Students will be able to have meaningful conversations about body positivity, self image, and more.
KEYNOTE SPEAKER | MICHELLE JALALI
Michelle was born in Canada into an Indian and Jamaican family. After spending her developmental years in Florida, Michelle received her Bachelors from the University of South Florida in Public Relations. She then moved on to receive her Masters in College Student Affairs with a concentration in Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Through her professional career and personal development, Michelle has made it a continuous priority to not only seek constant knowledge, but to provide spaces for dialogue and internal growth through her facilitation and education style. She has over 5 years of cultural competence developmental dialogue, and diversity, equity, and inclusion training and education. Her goal is to create cultural change, and build connection and community within organizations. She has a humorous but warm way of helping folx with their own identity journey, while challenging them to think of creative and intentional ways to dismantle the historic oppressive systems of higher education. Michelle focuses on supporting the recruitment and retention of marginalized populations by working with all constituents of the organization.
Join Zoom Meeting https://nova.zoom.us/j/93511261462?pwd=VVg5aGFzUUNyV3B0bzAwWTVTVmlNUT09
Meeting ID: 935 1126 1462 Passcode: 318003
HOW THE MEDIA PORTRAYS RESEARCH: DEBUNKING THE ANTI-SCIENCE MOVEMENT
GMOS, the COVID vaccine, addiction. There is a huge hole in the way that research is portrayed through the media. Razor's Edge Research is here to present topics that have been twisted by the anti-science movement and show you the truth through well thought-out research. Come join us for this hour of science debunking!
WONDER WOMEN - WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP PANEL
Come listen to Wonder Women in action! We will have a panel of women in different industries sharing their stories and accomplishments o Yolanda Cash Jackson, Esq.: Shareholder - Becker & Poliakoff o Jennifer Cerami: Vice President of IDN Sales - Medline Industries, Inc. o Ruth LLanos-Vos: Vendor & Technical Manager - Ultimate Software o Juliet Murphy Roulhac, Esq.: Director of Corporate External Affairs - Florida Power & Light Company Leading into the event, we will be promoting a call for nominations so students can nominate their peers that have developed and displayed traits that embody a Wonder Woman (Leadership, Integrity, Career Focus, Community Service, Academics & Innovation). At the end of the panel, we will be announcing this year’s NSU Wonder Woman award recipient.
CAREER-ATHLETIC WORKSHOP: MAXIMIZING YOUR LINKEDIN AND NETWORKING SKILLS
The Center for Academic and Professional Success (CAPS) will be collaborating with Student Athletics to present monthly workshops for our student-athletes, along with any other student who would like to participate. This webinar is focused on Maximizing your LinkedIn and Networking! Come join one of our NSU Career Advisor to learn LinkedIn profile tips and key strategies to verbalize your leadership skills as a student-athlete on your LinkedIn profile. We will also go over how to network with professionals to build genuine and mutually beneficial relationships.
KICKING STRESS TO THE CURB
Stress and anxiety are common in college students and often go hand-in-hand. If the stress and anxiety become unmanageable, it can interfere with productivity, motivation, and schoolwork. We're going to learn how to notice the anxiety in you and different ways to decrease it.
THE ASK AND THE REWARD: USING NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION TO DEVELOP LEADERSHIP SKILLS BETWEEN HORSE AND RIDER
As members of the NSU Equestrian team, we are expected to execute different gaits for a judge, navigate jump courses, and stand out in the arena-- all with a horse that we have never met before. In our discipline of hunt seat equitation, it is up to us as riders to safely and effectively communicate with an animal that we first meet the day of our competitions. Please join our team as we present on the challenges and rewards of navigating nonverbal communication, discuss how this communication builds leadership skills for both horse and rider, and highlight how these lessons can be applied to your own leadership endeavors
I CAME FROM A PLACE, I AM IN A PLACE, I AM GOING TO A PLACE
Leadership does not look the same for everyone. Our relationships and experiences shape the way we tackle challenges and guide our peers. In this interactive workshop, representatives from Omicron Delta Kappa will lead the group on an examination of past experiences and future goals to develop leadership skills necessary to thrive in the professional sphere. Our strengths as leaders stem from our story, join us to explore yours!
LEADING OTHERS BEGINS WITH LEADING YOURSELF
Leading others begins with Self-Leadership. With up to 80% of college students reporting moderate to high stress, we must be in tune with healthy coping strategies for becoming effective leaders. Attendees will become familiar with vulnerabilities and associations between poor leadership, college student stress, and maladaptive coping. Students will be given adaptive coping strategies that pave the way for mastering self-leadership.
THE UNIVERSAL DESIGN AND ZOOM
This interactive workshop will cover the overall philosophy of Universal Design for Learning and how to apply best practices for inclusive programming while utilizing the zoom platform accessibility features. This workshop is presented by the NSU Fins United club.
EMERGING LEADERS EXPERIENCE
You will be able to sit on one of the class for the Emerging Leaders Experience class, where students learn and gain skills that help them become a better leader.
Join Zoom Meeting https://nova.zoom.us/j/98311444826?pwd=Z2VpcnRGWk9VTnlsNXFVeUxjUjBhQT09
Meeting ID: 983 1144 4826 Passcode: 784752
LEADING FOR THE FUTURE
What's learned in the workplace after graduation has the same if not more value than certificates and courses. In this event we will combine both worlds. Join us and one of our AKPsi alumni to learn about the key activities that must be done during college to pave your road to success once you graduate. Hunting for a job is already hard, don't make it harder!
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT LEADER RECOGNITION CEREMONY
As we near the end of the academic year, we want to take the time to acknowledge all the hard work our students have done to build the NSU community through their leadership, service, and dedication. As part of our new LEAD21 Week, we have added this as the closing event for this week.
This event is invite only. Participants must be nominated as an Outstanding Student Leader from a current graduate assistant, faculty, staff member.
LEAD21 Week is a collaborative endeavor bringing together student leaders, departments and programs. Thank you to the 2021 partners who have worked to contribute to our event schedule.
Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity Inc: The Professional Business Fraternity
Huizenga College of Business
Razor’s Edge Research
Center for Academic and Professional Success
NSU Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa
Recreation and Wellness
Division of Student Affairs
Office of Title IX
Sharks and Service
Fins United – Student Disability Services
Razor’s Edge Global