Monday, October 22, 2012, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Working in an office requires employees to meet performance and behavior standards. Learn the survival skills needed to become a high performing, valued and trusted employee.Location: GOLD Leadership Center, MacVittie College Union, Room 114
Each individual has a leadership style that he/she prefers to use and to
follow. It is valuable to recognize that different situations call for
different leadership styles. In this interactive workshop you will learn
about different leadership styles and you will review some of the effective
uses of these leadership styles. In this interactive workshop, participants
will learn about different leadership styles and will review some of the
effective uses of these leadership styles.
Over the past four decades, the imprisonment rate in the US has increased
by more than 500%, leading to the highest rate of imprisonment in our
history and in the world. This program explores why US imprisonment rates
are so high, the financial costs of mass imprisonment, and its effects on
families, communities, and democracy.
College Union Hunt Room.
Cynthia Oswald is the President of the Livingston County Chamber of
Commerce and has a distinguished record of transformational and ethical
leadership throughout her career. Oswald will share her experiences and
leadership stories and inspire you to make a difference in the world by
“doing the right thing.”
“Oswald is a great speaker and you will be inspired. We have seats in this workshop so consider inviting a friend (ask them to register) to join you for this workshop.” -Tom Matthews
The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.
A good leader inspires people to have confidence in the leader, a great leader inspires people to have confidence in themselves.
Come check out Rebuilding Communities from Brooklyn to Mt. Morris by Greg O’Connell, Class of 1964, CEO Red Hook Waterfront Properties.
Greg O’Connell, the son of a Queens’s teacher and police officer, spent four memorable years in Geneseo majoring in education. He returned to the city to live and teach and work as a detective in Brooklyn and Harlem. He watched the Red Hook area of Brooklyn, cut off by another Robert Moses parkway, fall into decay and ruin. Inspired by Jane Jacob’s seminal work and book on The Death and Life of Great American Cities, O’Connell started investing in Red Hook waterfront properties and rebuilding commercial sites and apartments. His efforts paid off and Red Hook is now a thriving urban community. Most recently, he returned to the Genesee Valley and started investing in run down properties in Mt. Morris. Another success story is unfolding as O’Connell’s work is impacting people and families and communities in Upstate New York. One person can make an amazing difference. Be inspired by another Geneseo graduate!
Special Guest Speaker: Greg O’Connell, Class of ‘64, CEO, The O’Connell Organization
Pearls of Wisdom from Successful Leaders: Rebuilding Communities from Brooklyn to Mt. Morris (Diamond) or (Jade)
Thursday, October 20, 2:30-3:30 pm
MOSAIC, MacVittie College Union, Room 130