Wednesday, March 11, 2015
8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
K-State Student Union
Courageous leadership evokes change. Not everyone is a dean, provost or president, but each of us is given opportunities to lead courageously in our own workplace and daily lives. When we encourage daily transformation, we become more inclusive and effective as we work with all kinds of people to bring about change. Whether it is a change in our own behavior or in our approach with others, courageous leadership often requires patience, and can sometimes be uncomfortable. Whether you're taking a stand against injustice or encouraging a teammate to work more constructively, we've all experienced the thrilling — and sometimes uncomfortable — feeling of courage. This type of leadership often requires personal risk, but proves that each of us can be inspiring and find courage to better the lives of others.
Morning Keynote Speaker
Dr. Orlando Taylor, vice president for strategic initiatives and research and director of the Institute of Social Innovation at Fielding Graduate University.
Afternoon Keynote Speaker
Lieutenant General Robert Brooks Brown, commanding general of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
The K-State Leadership seminar gives participants:
- Practical, hands-on information and tools.
- Best practices for effective leadership.
- Inspiration to exercise leadership when it really counts.
- An idea of where to go for additional leadership resources.
- A connection to others who are working to grow their leadership skills.
Join us to learn more about how to lead courageously and to bring others along with you.