Leadership involves living in a state of possibility, making a commitment to a vision, developing relationships to move the vision into action, and sustaining a high level of integrity. Effective leadership takes place in the context of a supportive community and results in positive change.
Colorado State students have the opportunity to learn how to become effective leaders this spring break at the 12th annual LeaderShape® Institute, an interactive, energizing and unique leadership experience sponsored by the Student Leadership, Involvement & Community Engagement (SLiCE) office. The CSU LeaderShape Institute takes place at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park; (all transportation, food and lodging is provided).
This year’s CSU’s LeaderShape Institute will take place March 12 – 17, 2016.
The deadline to apply has been extended to Thursday, Jan. 28. Applications are available here.
LeaderShape® is a national organization that hosts numerous six-day conferences committed to “producing a breakthrough in the leadership capacity of college student participants.” This highly active and hands-on institute provides tools for individuals to:
- Act consistently with core ethical and personal values and convictions
- Develop and enrich relationships
- Respect the dignity and contributions of all people
- Believe in a healthy disregard for the impossible
- Produce extraordinary results
Originally developed by the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity as a means of improving campus leadership, The LeaderShape® Institute now serves young adults representing a wide variety of organizations and institutions throughout the United States. In 2014, 82 institutions held sessions; In the past dozen years, CSU has had nearly 600 students graduate from the program.
For more information and to see photos from previous sessions, go to the SLiCE website or call 970-491-2321.