Trainings on the Social Change Model

I have used the Social Change model for over 20 years and am adept at helping students understand the seven tenets of the model. The values-based leadership model is core to my educator identity and informs the work I do across all types of settings. It is a flexible model for one-time training or on-going training sessions and conference/retreat workshops with students. Additionally, I can train your staff on how to develop a full curriculum around the model, to align with your departmental or institutional goals.

I have written about the model, presented it to students and staff, and created a multi-year leadership development program based on the model.

You can also contact me to schedule an introductory meeting. We can discuss how to implement the model in way that works best for you and your staff and students.

Good luck with your leadership development journey!


Blog Posts

I have written about each of the seven tenets of the Social Change Model, plus the central tenet, change. Each of the posts are focused on fraternity and sorority leaders, but all of the topics are relevant to any student organization leader.

You can find the links to the blog posts through the Pinterest link above or search the website for topics important to you. All the blogs are tagged and can be searched using the Tag Cloud below!

Bias Blog Series coaching Crisis Diversity Equity First Gen Pros fraternity Goal Setting Higher education Inclusion Interviews Job Loss Grief Job Searching Leadership Development life coaching Management Management Plan midlevel professional Office Politics Personal personal development Professional Development Race Racism Reflection Remote Office SApro SAprotip Self Care Self Improvement Social Change Model social justice sorority staff development Student Affairs student organization Students Student Support Supervision Supervisor Training unemployed Values Wifi Wednesday

Downloads from the E-Store

Download customizable training documents to help reinforce concepts from the Social Change Model. These are ideal for new professionals or advisors who are starting a club advisor role.

%d bloggers like this: