What Students Get From The Universal Leaders Program
What students really get from the Universal Leaders program:
In today's fast paced global environment, graduates in every field compete, work, and struggle to find a way to be a leader; hoping to discover the secret to success. Companies are also finding new ways to outsmart their competition, build the next generation of products, and to find outstanding graduates from colleges nationwide who will help make this happen.
The Universal Leaders program is designed to actively coach and train participants to create maximum impact as a leader.
At North Dakota State University, we strive to help our students understand the true nature of the workforce both positive and negative. We help our students understand what questions to ask an employer to determine a company's viability, leadership structure, decision making ability, empowerment of its employees, and to what extent the company will help the student to succeed.
Universal Leaders is a transformational leadership program that goes above and beyond teaching leadership theories and skills. It is a program that will help elevate your mind into achieving and succeeding at the highest levels upon graduation.
The Universal Leaders program has been thoroughly and pragmatically designed to educate you on some of the following core competencies:
- Interviewing Skills
- Leadership styles and traits
- Conflict resolution strategies
- Project management skills
- Emotional Intelligence in the workplace
- Decision making
- Team development
- Motivating self and others
- Different forms of power
- Influencing others
- Advanced communication skills
- Career development
- Company models/structures/management
Application Process | What Students Get From Universal Leaders
Universal Leaders is sponsored by the Student Activities office at NDSU. Universal Leaders is not affiliated with any other program in or outside of North Dakota State University.
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Assistant Director, Leadership Development
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