following are interactive workshops with issue-area experts who
will engage participants about topics related to leadership. All
leadership development workshops, sponsored by the Student
Government Association, are free and open to all Mount Saint Mary
College students, faculty, and staff.
Myers Briggs: Who are you?
Tuesday, September 30, 4:00 pm, Hudson Hall
Tuesday, September 30, 7:30 pm, Knight Spot (CC
Successful leaders are self-aware. They use their understanding of
personal strengths, weaknesses, and style to create a personal
brand. Come to this workshop to understand how you are being
perceived by others, what your personality traits are, and how you
can use them to work most effectively with others. Note: All
students, faculty, and staff who want to participate need to see
Himali Pandya (Leadership Development Coach) for an assessment
before September 20th.
Leaders are Bystanders
Tuesday, October 28, 4:00 pm, Hudson Hall Glass
Tuesday, October 28, 7:30 pm, Knight Spot (CC 392)
Typically, leaders are seen as people with power – president,
dean, maybe even mom? Well, it turns out that everyone can be and
ought to be a leader. As college students you have this unique
power and this workshop will show you how to use it for good! This
interactive presentation will help you learn how you can be a
leader in your personal and professional life.
Tuesday, November 18, 4:00 pm, Hudson Hall
Tuesday, November 18, 7:30 pm, Knight Spot (CC 392)
Leaders have to be authentic, make decisions quickly, and trust
their working groups. Using improv games, Improvology will
demonstrate how improv and leadership work hand-in-hand all while
not taking ourselves too seriously.
Service and Leadership
Thursday, December 4, 4:00 pm, Dominican Center Room
Kerry Weber, the well-known author of Mercy in the City, is coming
on-campus to discuss how we can feed the hungry, give drink to the
thirsty, and still keep your job. This engaging speaker will
demonstrate through her personal experience that we can serve
others and feel good about it!
For more information about these workshops, or to learn
about other student leadership developments at the Mount, please
contact the Leadership Development Coach’: Himali Pandya, Hudson
Hall 112 or email Himali.Pandya@msmc.edu