What is your leadership story? How do develop it and then how do you learn to communicate it effectively to others? That was the subject of George Washington University’s 8th annual student leadership conference. The goal of this year’s conference was to empower students with the ability to tell their leadership narrative in a concise and impactful way. Five of this year’s Orientation Leaders attended the conference along with Megan Higginbotham, Assistant Director of Student Activities and Golda Eldridge, the Director of Leadership. From the entertaining and informative keynote address by well known television journalist Frank Sesno to breakout sessions including such topics as Enhancing Your Leadership, Mentoring and Transformational Leadership both students and staff came away with a better appreciation of tools they can use to enhance their leadership skills and how to share their personal stories. Watch the Center for Honor, Leadership and Service website and OrgSync pages for more opportunities to attend events and activities designed to enhance your own leadership skills.
Recap: George Washington Student Leadership Conference
March 12, 2013 by