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Leadership and Powerful Presentation Workshop

November 30th

University Religious Center Meeting Room 104

9am-12pm ADAPTIVE LEADERSHIP:  A NEW MODEL for LEADING CHANGE

            Making change happen can be done from any position in an organization.  Many highly successful people can easily identify what changes need to happen, but find it difficult to lead others to confront the challenges facing their group.  The goal of this workshop is to increase the capabilities of participants to effect change within their organization.  Participants will learn a new way of thinking about group process. They will experience the power of vocal presence and clarity, learn to differentiate types of challenges, understand how roles determine strategies, identify the pressures behind the resistance to change, and learn how to make effective interventions.

In a highly interactive format that encourages deeply personal learning, we will analyze a case that arises from the group, exploring a method to clarify the larger purpose while identifying the trap of “quick fixes.”  Through a personal questioning process and partnered debrief, participants will have an opportunity to examine their own organizational challenges.  Participants will leave with new strategies – theoretical, psychological, and physical — for successfully leading change in their institution or organization.

RSVP HERE
Password: USCPDAWISE

1.30pm-4.30pm The Performing Art of Science Presentation

In their presentations, scientists often focus solely on their subject matter and leave the quality of their public speaking to chance. This workshop offers specific skills from the theater to become a more engaging and memorable speaker, whether at a professional conference, public event, job talk, or in the classroom. Topics include activating connection to the audience, clarifying purpose, moving from concept to structure, enhancing physical and vocal presence, managing stage fright, best uses of PowerPoint, and how to use stories and metaphors.  In a highly interactive format, participants will have ample opportunity to practice these skills with personal coaching.

RSVP HERE
Password: USCPDAWISE

November 7, 2018

Leadership and Powerful Presentation Workshop

November 30th
University Religious Center Meeting Room 104
9am-12pm ADAPTIVE LEADERSHIP:  A NEW MODEL for LEADING CHANGE
            Making change happen can be done from any position in an organization.  Many highly successful people can easily identify what changes need to happen, but find it difficult to lead others to confront the challenges facing their group.  The goal of this workshop is to increase the capabilities of participants to effect change within their organization.  Participants will learn a new way of thinking about

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October 25, 2018

Research Opportunities in Europe

Dr. Mary Kavanagh, a Minister Counsellor, Research and Innovation of European Union Delegation to the United States of America is arranging a “roadshow” in California to promote research opportunities in Europe. A team of experts will guide on grants writing as well share their experiences on several research opportunities in Europe that are available to all the nationals at any stage of their career.
We think this would be an excellent opportunity for someone who would like to explore the research environment in Europe. An event is free but Please

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