Webinar on leadership training Oct 2nd

I’m excited to announce that next Tuesday, October 2nd at 1:00pm EST, I will be hosting a webinar on modern leadership trainings for millennials through the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). This webinar is designed for higher education professionals who are interested in helping their students become the types of leaders who change the world for the better, but everyone is welcome.

During this webinar I’ll be sharing three years of research on what does and doesn’t work when teaching young adults to become modern leaders.

I’ll also be unveiling the Ignited Leadership Training Program, which will enable you to run your own leadership programs on campus.

You can sign up for the webinar here.

Below is the promotional description of the webinar from the ACPA:

Jason Connell, Executive Director of Ignited Leadership, was touring the country showing college students how to get involved with service in the third world, when he noticed something strange: most student leadership programs were failing. They failed to connect students and they failed to leave an enduring impact on students’ lives. Connell spent three years studying, testing, and tracking data with thousands of students from across North America learning how to build a better student leadership program. Connell has consulted for the administration of dozens of schools and trained students from over 200 schools in four countries.

In this webcast, Connell will discuss the findings from this three years of practice and research. More importantly, he will share low-cost, high-impact strategies that you can use to help turn your students into effective modern leaders who change themselves, their campus, their country, and ultimately, our wider global community.

If you have any specific questions, please direct those to Josh Dean, Community Service & Service-Learning Chair.

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