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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.

January

19   Develop your Generational Intelligence featuring Amy Lynch; sponsored by the High Center
         8:30-11:00 am; KAV; 40 points; RSVP by 1/17/17  (email calledtolead@etown.edu)
         *Just for fun, take Amy’s quiz: Which Gen are you REALLY at work?

24  Dinner & ConversationGenerations: working with and leading others
         5:00-6:00 pm; BC 258; 30 points

Did you attend the workshop last week?  Come to this informal dinner to chat about what you learned.  Even if you didn’t attend the workshop, join us to talk about generational differences & similarities.  Get dinner in the Marketplace and then join us in BC 258.

25   Leadership Lunch – Celebrate Your Strengths
         11:00 am – 12:00 pm; BC 258; 30 points

Start the semester off right...by focusing on what is right with you.  Join us for an informal conversation over lunch about your unique strengths - how they motivate you, what they mean to you, and how they'll help you reach goals this semester. Grab your lunch in the Marketplace and then join us.

31   Lead with Intention: Filling Others’ Buckets
         4:00-5:00 pm; Hoover 110; 30 points

Leaders must be intentional in ways they encourage and recognize their followers. A leader's business is getting to know their followers and understanding how to motivate them. A popular philosophy that explores this concept is based on the book "How Full is Your Bucket?"

Group Opportunities

Book Groups

The Servant: A Simple Story about the True Essence of Leadership” (a servant leadership book). We’ll meet three times in February and March. 70 points

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that can’t Stop Talking." We’ll meet three times in March and April. 70 points

Typically, book groups meet in the evenings. Books will be provided to you.  Email calledtolead@etown.edu by 1/20/17 to participate

Strengths Coaching

Do you want to learn more about your top 5 strengths? If so, join us for group or individual coaching focusing on strengths. You’ll learn more about how your strengths impact your relationships, conflict, leadership, and more.

Email calledtolead@etown.edu by 2/3/17 to participate.

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