Thursday, June 12, 2014

LeaderShape 2014

LeaderShape 2014

The LeaderShape Institute 2014
at Camp Michindoh
April 28th-May 3rd, 2014

  • The LeaderShape institute is a non profit organization committed to teaching young adults how to lead with integrity and have a healthy disregard for the impossible. Their mission is to transform the world by increasing the number of individuals who lead with integrity and a healthy disregard for the impossible. The LeaderShape institute was originally created in 1986 and now partners with campuses big and small across the United States. LeaderShape is six days of dialogue and self discovery in a supportive learning community that helps participants to learn to lead with integrity but also to work towards a vision grounded from their deepest values.

  • LeaderShape 2014 at EMU was held at Camp Michindoh. The lead facilitators from LeaderShape were Leah Gallant from MIT and Chris Carey from temple university who both work in Higher Ed Student Affairs. The student and on site facilitator was Gabriela Majeska and the staff facilitator was Casey Jordan Krone. We had six cluster facilitators all working in different disciplines at EMU. These facilitators included John Feldkamp, Suzanne Gray, Ramona Caponegro, Cheyenne Luzynski, Ellen Collier and Perry Francis. 

  • This year we had approximately 53 students attend LeaderShape with EMU who worked together challenging each other during the experience. The students created close bonds and relationships with each other and also with the facilitators during their time together at the institute. The results that come from the graduation of the LeaderShape Institute include materials and insights that will positively impact the students both personally and professionally.

  • The participants do not require any previous leadership experience before attending the LeaderShape institute. The students who participate vary from all different ages and organizations. The different mixture of students who attend creates an excellent learning environment for all involved.  

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