leadership development workshops, sponsored by the Student
Government Association, are open to all Mount students.
Thursday, February 13 at 6 pm, Hudson Hall Glass
Tuesday, March 4 at 4:15 pm, Hudson Hall Auditorium
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, oh my! Social media is a powerful
tool that can be used for networking. However, be careful what you
put on your social media sites as it becomes locked in cyberspace.
Listen to Kathleen O’Keefe, Associate Director of the Mount Saint
Mary College Career Center, discuss the pros and cons of social
"Character Clips: Managing Conflict Mindfully" Presented by
Joseph F. Connell, Director of Student Success at Ramapo
Tuesday, February 25 at 4 pm, Hudson Hall
This multimedia presentation offers students a chance to explore
essential aspects of leadership using examples from pop-culture.
Participants will reflect on how they engage in (or perhaps, avoid)
crucial conversations and manage conflict; participants will then
learn strategies to have crucial conversations and manage conflict
Myers Briggs Who?
Tuesday, March 18 at 4:15 pm, Hudson Hall
Thursday, March 20 at 6 pm, Hudson Glass Lounge
Come take a modified version of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator
(MBTI), an assessment tool which assists you in better
understanding where your strengths lie, what type of work
environment might best suit your personality, what work activities
you thrive on and enjoy the most, as well as what qualities you
should cultivate and be best recognized for. This assessment will
then enable you to not only seek out situations which will utilize
your best qualities, but also help you to recognize your best
characteristics to promote yourself in an interview. You may think
you know yourself, but you’ll likely learn new information from
Don’t Catch a Bad Rep
Wednesday, April 9 at 4:15 pm, CC392 The Knight
Worried that a decision may damage your reputation? Come listen
to a former NYPD Deputy Inspector and recent alumni discuss
personal experiences and how one poor decision can impact your
reputation as well as your future.
Don’t Need a Title to be a Leader
Tuesday, April 15 at 4:15 and 6 pm, CC392 The Knight
Come to this interactive workshop and get to know more about
yourself, your peers, and the unique qualities that you and they
possess that are representative of a leader. Even though you may
not see yourself as a leader, you possess attributes that are
distinctive to you and your niche on campus. That is why you do not
need a title to be a leader!
For more information about these workshops, or to learn
about other student leadership developments at the Mount, please
visit the Leadership Development Coach’s office in Hudson Hall 112
or email firstname.lastname@example.org