Thursday, Oct. 2
3-6 p.m.: Registration, National Center for Employee Development (NCED)
6-7:30 p.m.: Dinner and Keynote Address
Chancellor Glen D. Johnson, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
8-9:30 p.m.: Student Networking Coffee House
Friday, Oct. 3
8-8:50 a.m.: Breakfast and Second-Day Kickoff
Dr. David Moxley, Oklahoma Health Care Authority Endowed Professor of Health and Public Health and Professor of Social Work, University of Oklahoma
9 a.m.-noon: Council on Student Affairs Professional Development
9 a.m.-noon: Student Breakout Sessions
- Communication is Murder
Presenter: Ms. Ina Agnew, Vice President of Student Services, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
Students will learn the importance of good communication, common pitfalls, etc. by working as a team to solve a murder.
- Cultural Competence: An Effective Tool for Student Leaders
Presenter: Dr. Jan Clayton, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Tulsa Community College
Join an interactive session that will explore the main principles of cultural competence. This session will describe techniques for developing or enhancing cultural competencies and foster discussion about the applicability of cultural competence skills to student leadership situation.
- Enhance Your Online Identity, ASAP
Presenter: Mr. Philip Goodwin, Associate Director, Career Services, Oklahoma State University
OOTD, BAE, LOL and MCM may be your go-to vocab in a txt msg or Facebook, but acronyms and controversial pictures are not helping you long-term. Did you know that 98 percent of all employers Google a student’s name prior to hiring them? This is true for internships and full-time career employment and could also affect grad school applications. This session will address the implications of social media and how your online identity could be affecting you now and in the future. Participants won’t be saying IDK and IDC about online identity after attending this workshop. TTYL. #OnlineIdentity
Presenter: Dr. Myron Pope, Vice President for Student Affairs, University of Central Oklahoma
Successful leadership requires an individual to use every element of their being, while staying in tune with those they are serving. This session focuses on the challenges of and strategies for effectively maneuvering one’s organization forward, with lessons for college life and beyond.
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
Presenter: Dr. Kin Thompson, Assistant Professor, Meetings and Destinations Management, Northeastern State University
Come hear a lively overview of each of the seven habits of highly effective people. There’s a reason why this book has been one of the best books in personal leadership for 20 years!
noon-1:30 p.m.: Lunch and Closing Message
Ms. Jari Askins, former Oklahoma Lieutenant Governor