In this episode, Elizabeth Beltramini discusses how her team moved ACUI's 100th-anniversary conference from in-person in Atlanta to a virtual platform in rapid fashion. Liz explains how her team worked with the organization to satisfy their constituency during a time of massive change and shared an innovative virtual networking option for virtual conference participants from the virtual event firm Hopin.

In this episode, Dr. Brian Magee describes ACUI’s resources for leadership educators and the advantage of joining this student center professionals' association. He enlightens us on the association’s mission to create a shared and caring community. *Please note this was recorded before the COVID-19 outbreak. The information is valuable but mentions events that occurred in different formats.

 

In this episode, Dr. Avani Rana shares her experiences as a part of NASPA's SLPKC and serving as a leadership educator at nearly every level. Avani has planned Student Affairs workshops, webinars, conferences, and symposiums since her graduate school days at New York University. The current Director of Leadership at The College of New Jersey shared a mantra that many in the field believe: “We have to make sure we work together to build bridges between the natural synergies that come with working in leadership education”. *Please note this was recorded before the COVID-19 outbreak. The information is valuable but mentions events that occurred in different formats.

How do you transition a student-run leadership program to a virtual space amidst a global pandemic? Join us as Tania Irwin, Program Director for the Office of Leadership Development at Temple University, shares how her team of graduate externs and undergraduate student workers launched The LeadLAB, an initiative for people to continue learning about leadership online.

In this episode, Dr. Kerry Priest joins co-hosts Dan Jenkins and Lauren Bullock to discuss the most recent issue of New Directions for Student Leadership on "Becoming and Being a Leadership Educator," as well as her work on Leadership Educator Professional Development.  Additional resources discussed in this interview include the following articles published in the Journal of Leadership Education: "The Hidden 'Who' in Leadership Education: Conceptualizing Leadership Educator Professional Identity Development" (Seemiller & Priest, 2015); "Leadership Educator Journeys: Expanding a Model of Leadership Educator Professional Identity Development"(Seemiller & Priest, 2017); and "Past Experiences, Present Beliefs, Future Practices: Using Narratives to Re(present) Leadership Educator Identity" (Priest & Seemiller, 2018).  *Please note this was recorded before the COVID-19 outbreak. The information is valuable but mentions upcoming events that may occur in different formats.

In this episode, Dan and Lauren discuss the concerns of and potential actions for leadership educators following the death of George Floyd. We discuss anti-racism efforts around the country and advice from diversity and inclusion professionals.

Deputy Director Sadhana Hall and Program Officer Robin Frye detail how they continued the myriad leadership programs in the Dartmouth College Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In this episode, co-hosts Dan Jenkins and Lauren Bullock speak with Shelly Wilsey, Chief Operating Officer of the International Leadership Association (ILA), who shares how the ILA brings together people from around the world who study, teach, and practice leadership.  *Please note this was recorded before the COVID-19 outbreak. The information is valuable but mentions upcoming events that may occur in alternate formats.

When the COVID-19 outbreak forced many leadership educators online, Dr. Scott J. Allen employed the timeless tenets of Dr. Ron Heifetz's work on adaptive challenges. Listen as Allen, host of the Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders, shares how he adapted his classes to a virtual platform.  Check out Scott's Podcast, "Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders," here.

On this episode, co-hosts Dan Jenkins and Lauren Bullock discuss involvement and leadership in the Association of Leadership Educators (ALE) with Dr. Jill Arensdorf and Dr. Marianne Lorensen.  *Please note this was recorded before the COVID-19 outbreak. The information is valuable but mentions upcoming events that may occur in alternate formats.

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