Below are dates and descriptions of our Tuesday Choice Events. All events will be talking place at Garber Auditorium in Chan Shun Hall.
Fall Semester 2012
September 18 – Productive Cheating – With only 24 hours in a day, how will you fit everything in? We’ll discuss a few tips on restoring balance and priorities that agree with your values.
October 2 – Digital Etiquette – This discussion will center on what it takes to be a responsible digital citizen and some ways to build a positive and professional online reputation.
October 16 – Leading with Questions – An exploration of how leaders often find solutions by knowing what questions to ask rather than giving the right answers.
October 30 – Individuality – While societal tides push for sameness, great leaders advocate individuality. We’ll talk about a few tips for discovering and leveraging your individuality.
November 6 – Listening Skills – Listening is one of the greatest leadership challenges. If attention is the currency of leadership then it is important to give it with intention. We’ll discuss a few tips and strategies for becoming a better listener.
November 13 – Personal Finance – Do your personal finances have you stressed? Join the conversation on this critical area of self-leadership.
November 27 – Reflective Writing – Did you know that many of the world’s most renowned leaders kept detailed journals? We’ll explore the value of reflective writing and how it can pay dividends for the young leader.
Spring Semester 2013
January 29 – Time Management – Within the first few days of starting college, many students quickly learn that managing their time is one of the most challenging -- and difficult -- aspects of being in school. With so much to do and keep track of, strong time management skills can make all the difference.
February 5 – Love & Relationships – Relationships are one of life’s greatest mysteries that will prompt some of our most important leadership moments. We’ll have a conversation on how to prepare for relational leadership.
February 19 – Brainstorming and Problem-Solving – In a creative economy, it has never been more important to be a person who can solve problems with creativity. We’ll explore how to engage in brainstorming and ideation that gets results.
February 26 – Career and Calling – How do you find your calling and match it with a career? Discovering our purpose is one of our greatest assignments. Come and dialogue on how to spot your calling.
March 12 – Networking – “It’s not what you know – It’s who you know.” A few tips on developing and utilizing your network.
March 26 – Decision Making – The nuts and bolts of decision-making and how you can more confidently make choices – big to small.
April 2 – Six Bullets – Ever been advised to just try something? Do you have ideas sitting around collecting dust? We’ll discuss how to give life to ideas and how great leaders are always experimenting.
April 9 – BHAG – Big. Hairy. Audacious. Goal. Ever wanted to set a goal so big it’s irrational? Perhaps this summer is a great time to try something major? We’ll talk about how a compelling and clear BHAG might make your summer unforgettable.