Year in Review

Leadership theory application and year in review Wow, what a year. In just a few short months, I have changed more than I could have ever imagined. I met people I would never normally talk to, did things I have never done before, and accomplished a multitude of different things. Here is a little bit … More Year in Review

LDR 200L

I don’t think I have ever been more concerned with how a power point looks in my entire life. Anytime I see any slide with more than seven words on it, my heart dies a little. All I can see is Jesi Ekonen looking at me with disapproval and wondering what on earth I was … More LDR 200L

HST 110LWI

There are multiple different ways to learn about leadership. Sure, we can learn about all the different theories, sure, and they are helpful. However, one of the best ways to learn about leadership is to learn about those who have put those theories into practice. Taking HST 110LWI, the American Experience, is a required part … More HST 110LWI

Connections Confrence

The Connections Leadership Conference is an annual conference held at the Great Wold Lodge in Traverse City, MI. It is put on by the Leadership Institute to teach 100+ people from groups all over CMU’s campus about how to make connections (as the name implies) within your group and others, and how to become effective … More Connections Confrence

PSY 100L

As a part of the Leader Advancement Scholarship protocol, one of the classes we were required to take was PSY 100L, Introduction to Psychology. I took this class Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:45 with Professor Matthew Prewett. Since it was an introductory class, we just covered the concepts of Psychology with a brief overview of … More PSY 100L

Start With Why

For our LDR 100 class, we were split up into 6 groups to do a project on our assigned book. My group consisted of myself, Jake, Susie, Kelsey, Madeline, Katie, Tessa, and Kristina, and we were assigned the book Start with Why by Simon Sinek. This book centers around a concept known as The Golden Circle. The … More Start With Why