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Bronco Lunch 'n Leadership

  • iconAbout the Leadership Series

    The Bronco Lunch ‘n Leadership Series is a weekly opportunity for Santa Clara students to learn from campus and community leaders. The setting of the series promotes an intimate feeling that will allow students to hear personal stories from a diverse group of individuals and provide insight for leadership development.

  • iconSeries Themes

    The themes are derived from the Social Change Model of Leadership:

    • Social Change
    • Consciousness of Self
    • Congruence/Commitment
    • Collaboration/Common Purpose
    • Citizenship
  • icon2013-14 Guest Speakers

    Lunch will be provided while supplies last! Join us for food and great conversation!

    Consciousness of Self
    Lulu Santana, Associate Director, Campus Ministry

    Tuesday, April 1, 12:15-1:15pm
    @ Kennedy Commons

    Consciousness of Self refers to people’s awareness of their own personality traits, values, and strengths, as well as their ability to be self-observers who are mindful of their actions, feelings, and beliefs. How does this help shape leadership? Why is understanding one’s self important? Come and find out!

    Congruence and Commitment
    Kim Gilkey-Wall, Assistant Dean of Students, Office of Student Life

    Tuesday, April 8, 12:15-1:15pm
    @ Kennedy Commons

    Congruence refers to thinking, feeling, and behaving with consistency, genuineness, authenticity, and honesty toward others and Commitment refers to intensity and duration related to maintaining and obtaining goals. How are congruence and commitment related? Join us for this great conversation!

    Collaboration and Common Purpose
    Lester Deanes, Assistant Dean of Students, Office of Student Life

    Collaboration and Common Purpose
    Tuesday, April 15, 12:15-1:15pm
    @ Kennedy Commons

    Collaboration and Common Purpose are closely related and discuss working toward common goals by sharing responsibility, authority, and accountability in achieving these goals. How does one complement the other? Can collaboration exist without common purpose? Have your questions answered during this engaging discussion.

    Citizenship
    Matthew Duncan, Associate Dean of Students, Office of Student Life

    Tuesday, April 22, 12:15-1:15pm
    @ Kennedy Commons

    Citizenship centers on active community participation as a result of a sense of responsibility to the communities in which people live. How can you get involved in the community? Why is this important? Find out how, why, and more during this conversation.

    Social Change
    Janice DeMonsi, Director, Campus Recreation

    Tuesday, April 29, 12:15-1:15pm
    @ Kennedy Commons

    Social Change refers to the ability to utilize ones’ leadership to enact positive and beneficial community change. How does one start to make change? Why is social change important? Join us for our final discussion about leadership.

    Have an idea for future guest speakers or topics? Contact Rob Smith.

  • iconFor More Information

    Rob Smith, Graduate Intern, Center for Student Leadership

 
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