Real World Leadership

Do you ever wonder the backstory of prominent leaders? What skills do they find the most valuable in a new college graduate hire? How have they cultivated those skills to become a community leader themselves?

This luncheon series invites professionals to share advice with student leaders with an emphasis on practical skill development. Topics and speakers are chosen according to student input, in order to keep the series relevant and interesting for the student body. RSVP is always required. Each lunch is eligible for Passport and the Leadership Drury Certificate.

Fall 2016 Schedule:

September 27th, 12:00pm-1:00pm in the Hoblit Suite

Guest Speaker: Donalisa Stinyard

Donalisa is a life coach and operate Evolution U Coaching. She will be discussing Self-Leadership and how to self motivate. 

October 18th, 12:00pm-1:00pm in The Hoblit Suite in Freeman Hall

Guest Speaker: LaDonna Greiner

LaDonna is a motivational speaker and will be discussing the importance of expressing gratitude to others in general and the workplace. 

November 8th, 12:00pm-1:00pm in The Hoblit Suite in Freeman Hall

Guest Speaker: Marissa Weaver

Dr. Marissa Weaver will be discussing tips on effective leadership in the workplace and in your life. 

For more information, contact Hannah Bunch, Leaders Who Lunch coordinator.

Co-sponsored by Student Activities, Community Outreach & Leadership Development, and SGA.