Issue #8– April 06, 2007
Connectology April 13-14
by: Denise HerreraConnectology is the 3rd Annual Leadership Conference held by RIT Leadership Institute. As an RIT Student, you have the greatest opportunity to learn from professionals and peers to building your leadership skills. The conference will be offering over 25 different sessions on leadership, mentoring and career success topics facilitated by a multitude of speakers from RIT and the greater Rochester area.
The speakers and conference sessions are guaranteed to inspire you and leave you with many tips on how to succeed as a leader in your career and personal lives. Many participants return to the conference and several neighboring Rochester colleges will also be attending. Many of the workshops are interactive and educational.
Participants will also have the opportunity to work towards earning one of RIT's leadership certificates. Five different tracks will be offered at the conference: "Personal Success Skills" a track that explores what it takes to enrich your personal leadership skills, styles and techniques, "Leading Others" a track that focuses how you can apply your personal leadership skills to group, work and community settings, "Global Leadership" a collaborative effort between the Commission for Promoting Pluralism and RLI this track focuses on global leadership, multi-color, "Real World" a track designed for junior and senior students who will be soon transitioning into the "real world" and "Nuts & Bolts" a track designed to help student leaders solidify the skills necessary to make their organization the most efficient possible.
Friday night there will be a pre-conference session limited to 50 participants. This Networking Dinner reception, will teach participants the tips and tricks for successful networking while developing connections to advance their careers and personal goals.
Connectology is limited to 300 participants—Participants must register online by Wednesday April 4th, 2007. Hope to see you there! It will be an experience to remember!
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