Building and Leading Successful Teams
Thursday, January 28 - 1pm Bannister Glasshouse
"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." --Henry Ford. Through this workshop, participants will identify roles individuals play in groups and learn how to utilize the principles on team dynamics to strategically navigate team so that they can achieve their goals. This workshop will be hosted by Steven Vosika, Coordinator of Involvement and Orientation. Make sure to RSVP to save your spot! Light snacks will be provided.
Agreeing to Disagree: Dealing with Conflict
Monday, February 22 - 1pm Bannister Glasshouse
Most people instinctively avoid conflict, but good disagreements are central to progress and success. Through this workshop we will illustrate how the best leaders and teams allow people to deeply disagree and yet still thrive. This workshop will be hosted by Reinhardt alumnae Ann Baily (MBA ’10), Manager of Leadership Development for the Siemens Corp. Siemens Corp is a German multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Berlin and Munich. It is the largest engineering company in Europe. Make sure to RSVP to save your spot! Light snacks will be provided.
“First Impressions”:Practices for Professionalism
Thursday, March 24
The first impression, within less than 10 seconds, of the following are crucial to landing that career job. How are these 4 key tools being perceived? Are you sending the desired message?
Learn ways to convey a positive and professional message to that can assist with your next career opportunity.Join us to learn more about trends in professionalism and techniques to wow employers during the interview. This workshop will be hosted by Lisa Brown, Lead Facilitator for Goodwill of North Georgia. Make sure to RSVP to save your spot! Light snacks will be provided.
Backpack to Briefcase: Translating Student Involvement to the Workplace
Monday, April 18 - 1pm Bannister Glasshouse
Have you ever wondered how to transfer your leadership experiences in college to your resume or an interview? Many student leaders across campus invest a lot of time into their leadership and personal development, but have difficulty finding the right words to articulate how those experiences will benefit a company. This session will help you to better understand how your leadership involvement will transfer to success in a post-collegiate career. This workshop will be hosted by Walter May, Assistant Dean of Students and Peggy Collins-Feehery, Director of Career Services. Make sure to RSVP to save your spot! Light snacks will be provided.