New 'Leadership How To' Series Continues With the Topic of Ethical Practices – University of Arkansas Newswire

New Student & Family Programs is excited to continue a new leadership initiative open to all students, staff and faculty: "Leadership How To." During these one-time training sessions, participants will explore specific topics within leadership through immersive activities and discussions. Topics for the "Leadership How To" series will vary from semester to semester, with this spring's topics including workshops on emotional intelligence, mentorship, ethics of leadership and leading authentically.
The third session of the semester will be offered from 12:30-2:30 p.m., Friday, March 18, covering the topic of ethical practices. An ethical leader understands who they are and how to lead according to their group's shared values and principles.
To register for the training session, you can sign up on HogSync. For more information and details on upcoming training sessions, check out our website! Registration for the "How To" workshops are limited, and seats will be filled on a first come, first served basis. If your office or organization wishes to have a private training session covering one of the available topics, please reach out to jezabris@uark.edu to schedule a session.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Jonas Zabriskie at jezabris@uark.edu.
Jonas Zabriskie, graduate assistant
Office of New Student and Family Programs
479-575-5002, jezabris@uark.edu
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