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2023 Annual Student Leadership Conference Registration
Many Paths to Leadership

Community Development LDP Program

If you have any questions, email leadership@brockport.edu

  • The conference will be on Sunday, February 26th. The conference will be in the Fannie Barrier Williams Liberal Arts Buiding and lunch will be in Cooper Hall. See times below.

    o 10-11 registration and networking
    o 11-12 keynote
    o 12:15 – 1:15 lunch
    o 1:30 – 2:45 Workshops Session A
    o 3:00 – 4:15 Workshops Session B
    o 4:20 – 4:30 Closing Activity

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  • Are you a member of Leadership Development Program, Green Level One *
    Are you a member of Leadership Development Program, Green Level One
  • Are you here with a Club or Organization? *
    Are you here with a Club or Organization?
  • Are you interested in arriving early for snacks and networking?
    Coffee, snacks, and networking will be provided during registration from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
    Are you interested in arriving early for snacks and networking?
    Coffee, snacks, and networking will be provided during registration from 10:00 am to 11:00 am
  • Lunch 12:15 to 1:15 - Provided *
    Lunch 12:15 to 1:15 - Provided
  • A Session: 1:30 to 2:45 pm - Select One Workshop
    See workshop descriptions below
    A Session: 1:30 to 2:45 pm - Select One Workshop
    See workshop descriptions below
  • B Session: 3:00 to 4:15 pm - Select One Workshop
    See workshop descriptions below
    B Session: 3:00 to 4:15 pm - Select One Workshop
    See workshop descriptions below
  • Playing through Mistakes
    Who agrees with this statement: We love to celebrate our successes, yet we hate to talk about our mistakes. Who wouldn’t? The problem is, it’s difficult to actually be successful without making many mistakes along the way. Consequently, we develop a dysfunctional relationship with the building blocks to success: mistakes. Playing Through Mistakes brings together best practices in education with lessons drawn from the performance world to cultivate a healthier engagement with…life.

    Strength Quest (Limit 20 Participants)
    Each of us has unique strengths to give to our school, work, family, and community. Sometimes though, we lack the knowledge and courage to understand ourselves in a way that maximizes our performance and capacities as leaders. This workshop provides students, staff, and faculty access to Clifton Strengths Quest to apply results to team-based scenarios and improve interpersonal communication and engagement. You will receive a self-assessment to complete prior to the conference.,

    Non-Profit Panel: The Never-Ending Journey of Transformation and Change
    Leadership is a way of being that we bring to situations. Human transformation is an internal shift that brings us in alignment with our highest potential. It affects how we see and relate to the world and how we understand our place in it. This panel will allow participants to engage with community members who will share the stories of their own journeys, their inspiration and fears, their visions, and victories. A guided activity will help you identify your current capacity as you consider your own leadership potential within this sector of society.

    For-Profit Panel: Imagining Recognizing Ourselves as Leadersl
    Leadership is a way of being that we bring to situations. What gives someone the confidence of self-awareness to step into a leadership role and walk the path? This panel will allow participants to engage with community members who will share the stories of their own journeys, their inspiration and fears, their visions, and victories. A guided activity will help you identify your current capacity as you consider your own leadership potential within this sector of society.

    Leadership in Racial and Social Justice through Truthtelling
    Our Voices Project is committed to embracing identity, celebrating resiliency, and promoting visibility through uplifting the voices and sharing the lived experiences of Black, Brown, and Indigenous Peoples through producing films, podcasts, and live panel discussions. We will share our “origin story” and how we honor the diversity in our team which helps us to create safe, welcoming, and inclusive spaces to educate and inspire social change. We will show clips from our projects and highlight lessons learned as creatives, entrepreneurs, and activists.

    Listening
    Descriptions of great leaders often emphasize a person’s skills with speech. However, listening well may be the most undervalued and important quality for leaders to cultivate. In this experiential workshop we’ll explore what it means to listen well and why it matters. Using a variety of tools and practices, facilitators will guide participants in learning listening strategies from one another as well as share their own best practices. Participants can expect to leave this session feeling more confident and competent at deeply listening and evoking the best from both themselves and others.

  • If you have any questions, email leadership@brockport.edu

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