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The LEAD (Leadership. Education. Advocacy. Development) Series are designed to help students reach their full leadership potential, learn how to use leadership skills in their own lives, and to better assist their student organizations. With presentations by a variety of national speakers and campus professionals, there's bound to be something you or your organizations are
interested in! While some sessions may be designed for student organizations, all students are welcome to attend the LEAD Series regardless of involvement level!
LEAD Speaker Series-Spring 2014
February 4, 2014- Interpersonal Communication with Dr. Jack Rogers
4:00 pm, Union 219
Students will have the opportunity to learn more about the importance of effective interpersonal communication and some helpful tips.
February 19, 2014- Giving Voice Theatre Troupe from Missouri State University
7:00 pm, Union 240
Students from Missouri State University will perform different interactive scenarios to help UCM students learn why saying something when injustices are happening is important. In addition, UCM students will learn some helpful tools on how to approach these types of situations. This event is being co-sponsored by Unity Week.
March 5, 2014- UCM Leadership Panel
12:00 pm, Union 219
Do you know you should get involved but can’t really see how it will help you in the future? Join LEAD for a panel of successful UCM Alumni who were highly involved here on campus and how that has helped them. Here first-hand how being involved on our campus helps to prepare you for a brighter future.
March 27, 2014-True Colors
3:30 pm, Union 229
Are you more blue or green? What about gold? Join the student leaders of LEAD to find out! You will learn what color your personality is and how you can use it to your best ability in your personal, professional and academic roles.
March 31, 2014- Motivational Leadership by Ryan Eller from Paradigm Shift
8:00 pm, Union 236/238/240
Why do you do what you do? Ryan Eller from Paradigm Shift will be presenting a new way of looking at leadership. He ties motivation, passion and purpose together to create an inspirational message about being a leader. This event is co-sponsored by Fraternity and Sorority Life. This event is open to all students.
April 23, 2014- Women in Leadership Conference
8:00 am-3:00 pm, Union