Leadership Week 2013
Leadership Week 2013: Leading Out Loud
January 28 - February 2, 2013
Monday January 28th
Archie Bunker's Neighborhood
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM
Location: 300 Moseley
Description: Have you ever seen the 1970’s sitcom “All in the Family”? No matter who you were, African American, Jewish, disabled, LGBT, or Asian, Archie Bunker had it out for you. In this session, we use some of Archie Bunker’s “logic” to evaluate some of the United States equalities and inequalities.
Time: 7:00-9:00 PM
Location: BA 114 Business Admin.
Facilitators: Sam Schmitt and Michael Ginsburg
Description: "Lead Classy!" is a professional development session focusing on professionalism. Specifically, the session will discuss what behaviors and attire are appropriate in different professional situations. It will also discuss what behaviors and attitudes are appropriate between coworkers in various situations. The event is open to all BGSU students, but is specifically tailored to Suit Up--so please consider attending!
Co-Sponsored By: SuitUp BG
Tuesday, January 29th
The Big Bang Theory Meets Event Planning
Location: 306 BTSU
Facilitator: Dr. Jeff Kegolis
Description: Set phasers to fun as we take a look at event and project management through the eyes of the characters from the hit show, The Big Bang Theory. Through this session, learn about practices to consider, formulas that provide a solid framework for successful events, and rules to consider for your next “Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock” showdown. Bazinga!
Co-Sponsored By: Fraternity and Sorority Life
Wednesday January 30th
Leading Across Difference: LGBTQ Safe Zone Training
Time: 5:30PM – 7:30PM
Location: LGBT Resource Center, 318B Math Science Building
Facilitator: Tobias Spears
Description: The OHIO Safe Zone project promotes awareness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning individuals. This workshop provides education concerning LGBT issues and seeks to improve the environment for LGBT people and create allies.
Sponsored By: Office of Multicultural Affairs
Creating an inclusive environment in your student organization
Time: 7:30pm -8:30pm
Description: Student organizations are constantly recruiting and welcoming new members, but how do you go about that? How do you make new members feel included in a group that has already been formed? This session will discuss ways to develop relationships with incoming members, as well as how to maintain a cohesive and open group.
Thursday January 31st
Time: 7:30 - 9:00 PM
Location: 306 BTSU
Description: A leadership philosophy is a brief statement that captures who you are as a leader, what you believe, and how you live your leadership. Participants in this workshop will learn the elements that should be included as well as tips for writing the leadership philosophy and leave with a finished leadership philosophy.
Global Citizenship Panel
Time: 7:30PM - 8:30 PM
Location: 110 Business Admin.
Description: Presidents of organizations such as the Latino Student Union, VISION, The Black Student Union, NPHC and other organizations will come together to discuss leadership, share advice, and discuss global citizenship with emerging leaders. Co-Sponsored by the Black Student Union
Co-Sponsored By: Black Student Union
Friday February 1st
Navigating Tricky Co-workers
Time: 3:30PM - 5:00 PM
Location: 306 BTSU
Description: Working in groups is something we all take part in throughout our college career. Sometimes, working in these groups isn’t the easiest task to accomplish. Knowing how to work with other group members instead of around them is crucial to the group’s success. Through this workshop participants will learn about their own leadership styles as well as their peers’, and how to combat potentially tricky situations.
Saturday, February 2nd
Be the Change You Want to See in the World: Becoming an Effective Leader
Time: See schedule at the Black Issues Conference
Description: Participants will explore the essential elements of being an effective leader. Because leadership is a process, leaders must know themselves, how they best work with others, and their responsibility to the greater community.
Co-Sponsor: Office of Multicultural Affairs