HBCU Social and Spheres & How to Engage
- 1 hr1 hour
- 75 US dollars$75
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have always been bastions of Black excellence, resilience, and leadership. Within these institutions are unique social spheres that encapsulate the spirit, dynamism, and future potential of their students. "HBCU Social Spheres" is an immersive workshop curated for practitioners with an intent to discern, engage with, and nurture the emerging leaders within these distinct cultural environments. By delving into the intricate interplay of these social spheres, participants will garner deep insights into the leadership dynamics intrinsic to HBCUs. Key Takeaways: - The Anatomy of HBCU Social Spheres: Gain a holistic understanding of the multifarious social spheres present within HBCUs and their nuanced interconnections. - Spotting Potential Leaders: Master techniques to identify emerging leaders within these spheres, understanding the signs, symbols, and behaviors that distinguish them. - Understanding Motivations: Delve into the driving forces behind these potential leaders, comprehending their aspirations, motivations, and challenges within their respective spheres. - Empowerment Strategies: Equip yourself with actionable strategies to uplift, mentor, and support these budding leaders, ensuring their success and resilience. - Case Studies & Hands-on Activities: Engage with real-world examples from HBCUs, partake in group discussions, role-plays, and interactive scenarios to consolidate your understanding. Target Audience: - Practitioners working with HBCUs or aiming to engage with HBCU students. - HBCU Administrators, professors, and student affairs professionals. - Organizations aiming to establish partnerships or initiatives with HBCUs. Workshop Highlights: - Expert Facilitators: Led by distinguished HBCU alumni and seasoned leadership development professionals. - Dynamic Learning Environment: Combine theory with practical applications, ensuring a thorough grasp of the content. - Leadership Toolkit: Participants will receive a comprehensive toolkit, replete with resources, strategies, and best practices tailored to the HBCU milieu.
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