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Monday 9/26 Workshop: Tools & Techniques for Facilitating Group Leadership Discussion and Activities: Sign up for remaining seats

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We've got some exciting workshops coming up this Fall term, including the following which is a great option for anyone who works with student organizations!

Tools & Techniques for Facilitating Group Leadership Discussion and Activities
Monday, September 26th
5:30 - 7:45 pm
The Class of 1930 Room at the Rockefeller Center

This workshop is designed to showcase and practice tools for effectively facilitating group process. Campus student organization leaders (current or future), discussion group leaders, and student staff are highly encouraged to attend.

Open to all students, including first-year students. You do not need to be a current MLDP participant to attend this free workshop. If you do participate in MLDP during the 2011-2012 academic year, this workshop will "count" towards your participation.

Dinner is provided.  Hope that you can join us - register below or on the event web site.

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Guest Speaker: Darin Eich

Dr. Darin Eich is a professional speaker, facilitator, consultant, & entrepreneur from Madison, WI. He is the founder of many organizations includingProgramInnovation, CollegeMotivation, ThroughCollege, and BrainReactions, an innovation and idea generation company established with a leadership program student that has gone on to be recognized by US News and BusinessWeek.

He has his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin and has been a graduate student and developer of programs at the University of Maryland & William and Mary. His dissertation research involved constructing a grounded theory of high quality leadership programs through interviewing over 60 students, teachers, and administrators from different leadership programs. Darin’s passion involves helping people to become themselves, find and live their strengths, and become more creative, innovative & successful leaders.

Professionally, Darin does projects around the globe ranging from hundreds of college speeches to helping institutions develop leadership programs & retreats to facilitating professional brainstorm innovation sessions for the most innovative Fortune 500 companies. You can email Darin at darin@programinnovation.com or find out more information at DarinEich.com.  

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