Spring 2019 Programs

Managing Your Time and Prioritizing Tasks

Friday, February 1 
Jean Hower Taber Student Union Room 314

Whether you’re a current student, or graduating senior, all hiring managers want to know that the person they are considering for employment has the ability to manage their time effectively in order to meet the needs of the company. Learn tips and tricks for time management and prioritization of responsibilities during this session.

Building an Awesome Team

Friday, February 15
Jean Hower Taber Student Union Room 314

Building an effective and awesome team is a primary responsibility of the individual(s) leading the team. However, everybody plays an important role in contributing to the success of team building.  We will teach you some easy and important team building activities that can help lay a foundation for future team success.

Leaning in to Conflict and How to Resolve it Effectively

Friday, March 1 
Jean Hower Taber Student Union Room 308

For people, friends, teammates, co-workers, or employees is a daily issue. Whether it’s over gossip, dealing the same member repeatedly, or the overall culture of a team, resolution training help resolve and prevent most conflicts.

Developing Inclusive Teams

Friday, March 15
Jean Hower Taber Student Union Room 314

It’s time to breakdown the silo’s and develop an inclusive team. What good is having a diverse team if you don’t seek or value everybody’s opinions and thoughts? Allowing everybody to have a seat at the table is the responsibility of both the leader of the team, but also those being led. The impact of not creating an inclusive environment leads to disengagement and high turnover.

Communication in the Workplace: Managing Difficult Conversations

Friday, April 5
Jean Hower Taber Student Union Room 314

We’ve all had bad experiences with challenging conversations. Maybe it was during a performance review, maybe it was when a team member wasn’t pulling their weight. It’s important to know what your communication style as well as those on the team. Learn strategies for how to prepare for these conversations and how to manage the exchange so it goes as smoothly as possible.

The 6th Annual E.D.G.E Leadership Conference takes place on Saturday, February 16th, 2019. Through personal reflection and group activities, attendees will learn from trained facilitators about the personality and leadership indicator, True Colors. The leadership acronym,"E.D.G.E.," will be broken down in a way you will not want to miss!

  • Registration begins at 8:30am
  • True Colors training and activities takes place from 9am-10:30am
  • Leadership Sessions takes place from 1pm-3pm
  • Event wrap-up begins around 3pm and will conclude by 3:30pm

Click HERE for more information about E.D.G.E. Leadership Conference.

Green Book (co-sponsored by ZPN)
Wednesday, Feb. 27
Student Union Theatre 

Green Book

More information to come!