Leadership Week will celebrate and promote leadership across Loyola's campus through discussions, presentations,and information sessions. This week-long initiative will feature programs to get you involved and learning more about leadership opportunities and what being a leader at Loyola is all about.
The 2013 Leadership Week will take place Monday, November 18 - Friday, November 22. See below for a full schedule.
Monday, November 18: Social Media Contest Begins
- What does it mean to lead at Loyola?
- What does being a leader at Loyola look like?
- Tweet us us your thoughts or picture to @LUEngagement using #LUMLeaders
- See what others are saying about leadership on our Leadership Tagboard here
- Visit our Twitter Here
Tweet us throughout the week for FREE prizes!
Tuesday, November 19: Leadership and Followership Workshop
- Time: 6:00PM
- Location: Cohn 133
- What is leadership? What is Followership? What do you think? Join us for an interactive workshop session on leadership and followership to share your thoughts and hear more about what leadership looks like.
“There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” - Edith Wharton
Wednesday, November 20: Brown Bag Lunch: Leading at Loyola
- Time: 12:00PM
- Location: College Center 105
- Come together with your peers to talk about leadership on campus.How can Loyola help you grow as a leader? What other leadership opportunities would you like to see on campus? Lunch is NOT provided, but you are welcome to bring your own!
Thursday, November 21: Keynote Speaker Chris Lowney: 21st Century Leadership: Llamas, Laundry, and Getting Your Feet Dusty!
- Time: 7:00PM
- Location: McGuire Hall
- Hear renowned speaker and author of “Heroic Leadership”, Chris Lowney, share lessons on leadership and his new book “Pope Francis: Why He Leads the Way He Leads”.
Chris Lowney chairs the board of Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the nation's largest healthcare/hospital systems. He formerly served as a Managing Director of J.P. Morgan & Co in New York, Tokyo, Singapore and London until leaving the firm in 2001. He has lectured in more than two-dozen countries on on leadership, business ethics, and other related topics. He founded Pilgrimage for Our Children's Future, which funds education and healthcare projects in the developing world. He also served as volunteer founding president of Jesuit Commons, an innovative collaboration which offers online university education in refugee camps in Africa and elsewhere.He is a one-time Jesuit seminarian, and a summa cum laude graduate of Fordham University, where he also received his M.A. He is holder of five honorary Doctoral degrees. View his video below:
Friday, November 22: Leadership Fair
- First opportunity to apply!
- Time: 4:00-6:00PM
- Location: McGuire Hall
- Would you like to take on a leadership position next year? Not sure which one? Or what position is right for you? Hear current student leaders talk about their experience and benefits of leadership positions on campus.
Get first access to applications!
- ADAPT Peer Educators
- ALANA MAP Navigator
- RoadTrip Atlas
- Campus Ministry Internships
- CCSJ Service Coordinators
- Resident Assistants
Attend the Leadership Fair for the first opportunity to apply to these positions!
For more information regarding Leadership Week, please contact Hope Supernault at email@example.com or 410-617-5675.