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OSU LEADERSHIP CENTER TO OFFER SOCIAL MEDIA GIVEAWAY

Tue, 11/05/2019 - 9:18am -- Beth Flynn

COLUMBUS — The Ohio State Leadership Center is offering a social media giveaway on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter for a select three-hour or online leadership workshop.

Located in the Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership Department, the Ohio State Leadership Center works to provide leadership training to individuals, companies, and organizations that can be used to further grow the organization. The majority of workshops are held in the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center.

High Performers

Tue, 06/11/2019 - 5:15am -- Beth Flynn
  • “High performers are more successful than their peers, yet they are less stressed.
  • High performers love challenges and are more confident they will achieve their goals despite adversity.
  • High performers are healthier than their peers.
  • High performers are happy.
  • High performers are admired.
  • High performers get better grades and reach high positions of success.
  • High performers work passionately regardless of traditional rewards.
  • High performers are assertive (for the right reasons).

Positive Leaders Care

Tue, 05/21/2019 - 5:15am -- Beth Flynn

"It all comes down to caring. If you don't love, you don't care, and if you don't care, you won't make the time to unite, communicate, encourage, connect, commit, serve, or sacrifice. Positive leaders care about the people they lead. They care about their team and organization. They care about changing the world because they know the world needs changing. Because they care, they do more, give more, encourage more, help more, guide more, mentor more, develop more, build more, and ultimately accomplish more.

Cultivating Identification Through Presence

Tue, 05/14/2019 - 5:15am -- Beth Flynn

"Cultivating identification with others at work in ways that will fuel empathy and compassion requires being available, both physically and psychologically. Availability becomes real in organizations through simple gestures such as keeping one's door open, arriving early for a meeting, holding online office hours for distributed teams, or lingering in a kitchen or break room to be around others.

Techniques for Higher Introvert Engagement

Tue, 04/23/2019 - 5:15am -- Beth Flynn
  • "Before group discussions, give people 2-3 minutes to jot down their thoughts
  • In online meetings, encourage responses in the chat box
  • Break the team into pairs or small groups to discuss issues and report back to the larger group. This can be done both live and online
  • Build in moments of silence for introverts to reflect
  • Put a question out to the group, and allow each person 2 minutes to give an opinion on the topic

The Yelp Effect

Tue, 04/16/2019 - 5:15am -- Beth Flynn

"In the days of Glassdoor, Twitter, and other fast-moving social media, reputations build quickly and can be hard to change. We've seen seemingly minor missteps torpedo careers. It's a lot easier to avoid these behaviors than having to clean up your reputation after. Among the top missteps to avoid:

Leadership Profile - Dr. Emily Buck

Fri, 04/05/2019 - 9:36am -- Beth Flynn

Dr. Emily Buck, Co-Director of the OSU Leadership Center and professor at Ohio State, says that her best leadership advice is “be willing to continue to learn from those around you”.  

Buck has been fortunate to experience this kind of positive mentorship on a personal level throughout her professional journey through her friend and mentor Kris Boone, director of Ohio State ATI.  

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