Building a Successful Leadership Course: For Credit or Not For Credit
Duration: 1 hour
Facilitator: Dr. Charles Hueber
Leadership education may be one of the best opportunities for student and academic affairs to collaborate. Understanding how much of what we do as Student Affairs professionals helps to build a leadership skill set can be critical to establishing a solid curriculum on the subject. This webinar will provide strategies for building a leadership course that can be used to teach students the fundamentals of leadership and can be implemented as a part of a mentor training program or student leadership program. In addition we will explore how to get academic buy-in to have the course passed and what hurdles you may face when doing this.
- Share trends about leadership education
- Discuss the shifting landscape of leadership on college campuses
- Identify the key components to building a course
- Identify strategies to move the course through an academic process
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Student Activities Professionals
- Student Organization Advisors
- Mid-Level Professionals
- Senior Professionals
Dr. Charles Hueber has served as the Dean of Students at Schreiner University for the past four years and is very active in the Texas Association of College Personnel Administrators (TACUSPA) and has several roles on the regional and national level with the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). He has worked in higher education for over 15 years at Trinity Valley Community College, Georgia Southern University, and Stephen F. Austin State University. He has served as a speaker and consultant to a variety of universities and businesses in leadership development, customer service and social integration. He has also published numerous articles on leadership, school spirit, and marketing. His main research interest lies in social integration and its impact on college success. He has helped to develop multiple transition camp programs around the country and has long been an advocate for spirit and traditions programming.