Values Congruence through Leadership Training: A Primer for New Professionals

How can you align leadership training with established student development and leadership theory? Use the Social Change Model of Leadership to create align your departmental and organizational goals with your activities. Being a new professional in student affairs can be

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The Irony of Leadership: We Need More Conflict and Civility

Do you know how to use conflict to get your group members to consensus? How do you use disagreements to reinforce the standards and values of the organization, without ending up in endless fights? In other words, how do you help your members understand the importance of controversy with civility?

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Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk: Increasing Congruence of our Values with our Members

How do you help members, at all levels, understand the importance of living the values in ways that match the intentions of the founders and the chapter? How do you reinforce the positive behaviors while holding people accountable for behaviors that violate the values of the organization? In other words, how do you help your members understand the importance of congruence?

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Ways Your Culture Impacts Your Leadership Understanding and Potential

How does understanding who you are impact your ability to be a leader? What are the ways that your values, beliefs and attitudes motivate you to take action? By using the Social Change Model of Leadership, you can learn how the chapter should address helping new and returning members learn more about themselves, and how you can help build stronger members that will meet the needs of your chapter and your campus.

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Creating in-group experiences for non-fraternity/sorority members: Perspectives from a former outsider

How can campus-based professionals increase the number of on-campus allies and Greek community supporters? Develop strategies for an in-group experience for non-affiliated staff and faculty and encourage chapters to develop an in-group role for these campus community members.

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