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Called to Lead Events

We hope to see you at some of our events this semester! They are open to all students, and you do not have to RSVP. Simply show up to the events that interest you with a willingness to learn.

If you attend an event that is not listed on the Called to Lead calendar but you think it relates to the themes of Called to Lead, then please email calledtolead@etown.edu to find out if you can write a reflection essay to earn points.

September

13    Why do you lead (or want to lead)?; 3:30-4:30 pm, Hoover 110, 30 points
21    Lead through Effective Time Management; 4:00-5:00 pm, Hoover 110, 30 points
28    Are  You a Servant Leader?; 3:30-4:30 pm, Hoover 110, 30 points

October

4     Overcoming the Obstacles in Front of You by Dolvett Quince (broadcast); 7-8 pm, Gibble
          Auditorium, 30 points; sponsored by NSLS
11   Assess Your Leadership Skills; 4:00-5:00 pm, Hoover 110, 30 points
12   You're Not the Boss of Me: Lessons from Ancient Leadership; 4:00-5:00 pm, H110, 30 points
18
  Business Etiquette Dinner; 5:00-7:00 pm, Susquehanna Room, 40 points (RSVP to              
          careerservices@etown.edu); sponsored by Career Services
18   The Power of Lifting Up Others by Leigh Anne Tuohy (broadcast); 7-8 pm, Gibble 
           Auditorium, 30 points; sponsored by NSLS
26   Define Your Leadership Goals; 3:30-4:30 pm, Hoover 110, 30 points

November

2  What Matters to Me and Why dinner; 5:30-7:00 pm, Susquehanna Room, 40 points (RSVP to 
          calledtolead@etown.edu by October 26)
3    Lead an Effective Team; 4:00-5:00 pm, Hoover 110, 30 points CANCELLED
7    Why do we need Ethical Leaders?; 3:30-4:30 pm, Hoover 110, 30 points
9    Don't Watch What Happens...Make it Happen by Andy Cohen (broadcast); 7-8 pm, Gibble
          Auditorium, 30 points; sponsored by NSLS
15  Leading a Life of Purpose; 4:00-5:00 pm, Hoover 110, 30 points

December

7    Succeed through Informal Leadership; 3:30-4:30 pm, Hoover 110, 30 points

 

Group Opportunities


What is my purpose in life? – Group Mentoring – 70 points

Do you want to discuss and explore your unique vocation, life calling, and purpose?  Are you interested in discovering how your values, interests, and skills align to create meaningful and purposeful life work?  If you are interested in learning more about vocation and purpose and how to begin pondering big questions of meaning, then join us in this group mentoring. We will meet 4 times this semester.

Book Group: Strengths-Based Leadership – 70 points

Have you taken the StrengthsFinder inventory and are curious how your strengths relate to your leadership skills?  Understanding your strengths in terms of your leadership roles will help you to be a more successful leader.  We will meet 4 times this semester. Books will be provided to you at no cost. 

To participate in either of these groups, please email calledtolead@etown.edu by September  15.

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