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Feb. 28, 2019

Registration open for Lead Green leadership workshop

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Lead Green, a leadership organization for students at Northwest Missouri State University, will host a leadership workshop Wednesday, April 3, at the Carl and Cheryl Hughes Fieldhouse.

The workshop is 6 to 9 p.m. and will feature Lead Green mentors presenting 20-minute sessions during the first hour on topics of critical thinking, planning and problem-solving skills in leadership; leadership, self-assessment and resilience, innovation and multiplicity of effects; and leadership style, team building, trust and innovation.

Attendees also will participate in a variety of activities that employ the discussion topics.

“It is a great opportunity for students to learn about leadership style, decision-making, critical thinking and know their potential in many different areas,” Arpana Pokhrel, a graduate assistant in the Office of Student Involvement said.

The first 50 students to arrive for the workshop will receive a T-shirt. Water and snacks will be provided.

Attending students also will be qualified to apply for Lead Green mentor roles and receive a ticket to Lead Green’s Murder Mystery event on April 10.

Students may register for the workshop through Bearcat Link.

Lead Green is a non-credit, co-curricular-based program designed to develop leaders who will impact the greater campus community. Students develop knowledge and skills through a multi-tiered program that includes the Student Leadership Challenge module, Exemplary Leadership Academy Workshops and the Lead Green Mentorship Program. Through the leadership program, students cultivate skills to succeed personally and professionally.


Dr. Mark Hornickel
Administration Building
Room 215