CAN WE PLEASE PUT THE "I" BACK IN TEAM?
Leadership & Resilience | Student Program
When did we define a “good student leader” as putting yourself last? We put our chapter’s needs before our own. We rearrange meeting times to accommodate everyone’s schedules except our own. We allow our student volunteer role to become more like a job. Effective leadership includes self-care.
In this program, we’ll explore “servant leadership” in a different way – one that puts the emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being of you, the leader first. You will leave with permission to prioritize yourself and appropriate language to use when reclaiming space in your life. This presentation reveals you can still be a good team leader, without always having to come last.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Understand how putting themself first will improve the support they can provide their team(s) and/or community.
Identify areas of both their personal and work life that need to be refocused and reclaimed so that personal wellness is not simply an afterthought.
Identify the areas of reclaiming personal time that are going to be challenging.
Due to the global pandemic, Archie plans on delivering 100% of his programs virtually for the time being. Virtual programs do not have to be boring, and can be more effective than in-person events.
Archie's virtual programs are delivered with the same objectives and learning outcomes as other events. Students react well to the virtual programming and oftentimes feel more comfortable engaging over this medium.
Download the free ebook to start practicing gratitude today!
BONUS: Archie's 21-day challenge to make gratitude a daily habit for more happiness and improved mental health.