Fall 2013 Meeting Dates- MARK YOUR CALENDARS
October Meeting Topic: LinkedIn Leadership
When: October 9th, 2013
Where: FSB 1000 (Taylor Auditorium)
Time: promptly at 7:30 pm
What to bring: Laptop or Ipad (we will be doing a ‘hands on’ LinkedIn Workshop so you will need to be able to access & edit your current LinkedIn or if you do not have one created you will be creating one)
Nov. 4th @ 7:30 pm in 1000 FSB
Dec. 3rd @ 7:30 pm in 1000 FSB.
2013-2014 Buck Rodgers Business Leadership Program Workshop Series
One of Buck Rodgers Business Leadership Program’s signature offerings is its workshop series. Every year, Buck hosts several workshops that provide unique opportunities to students in specialized on topics and skills. These workshops are open to all students for a fee, and Buck members can participate in them for free! Contact Megan Gerhardt at email@example.com with any questions.
Everest Workshop – Monday, October 28, 6-9 pm
HBDI: Thinking Styles with Dr. Jim Friedman (September 25, 2013–Registration Deadline: Sept 11th!)
Are you more emotional, analytical, structural or strategic? After answering several simple questions on the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument assessment online, each student will receive a comprehensive Profile Package containing his or her HBDI® Profile results. This profile breaks down the individual parts of your brain and the ways in which you utilize these different parts. Through the September 25th workshop with Dr. Friedman, head of the Entrepreneurship department and certified HBDI facilitator, you will learn more about how you personally think and work best and how to better work with others who may not share the same thinking styles.
More than 50 years after the Civil Rights Act, people are still debating the role of gender in leadership effectiveness and emergence. Using the best selling book by Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In? Women & Leadership, this workshop will focus on an in-depth conversation and debate on whether there are important gender differences in leadership–an essential discussion that important for everyone to have. Participants will receive a copy of the book Lean In to read prior to the workshop.
Strengthsfinder: Discovering Your Strengths Based Leadership (Date TBA)
Developing as a leader might be one of the most significant and important opportunities you will have as a student. Chances are, at some point in your life, you will have the opportunity to lead; in fact, you may already have served as a leader several times. Learning and emerging as a leader is a process that takes knowledge, skills, and practice, and it requires you to be intentional in how you use your talents.
StrengthsFinder workshop participants debrief after discussing the results of their strengths-based leadership assessment.
Leadership & Team Everest V2 from Harvard Business School
“Winner of the 16th Annual MITX Interactive Award in eLearning, this simulation combines the proven learning objectives and storyline of the original with an updated user experience and enhanced administrative features. Students experience group dynamics and leadership through the dramatic setting of a Mount Everest expedition while playing one of five roles on a team of hikers. As they attempt a climb to the summit, students must reach individual goals while also sharing information to maximize group achievement” Source: http://hbsp.harvard.edu/
BR Consulting Workshop
Managers. Doctors. Lawyers. Teachers. Auditors. Public relations specialists… the list goes on and on. Across all fields of business, the most successful people know how to get their expertise used and how to get others to take their advice. Throughout this hands-on experience, we will learn and practice a wide range of consulting skills. This 2-day experience involves learning the basics of consulting and participating in an intensive, team-based consulting simulation. Nowhere else at Miami can you get this experience!
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