The Leadership Skills Workshops are designed to help Moritz students develop management and leadership skills outside of the traditional curriculum. Complementing the law school’s established courses, these workshops help students sharpen the skills required to succeed as leaders in organizational settings. Led by world-class, professional trainers, as well as Moritz’s faculty and staff and other units at the University, a range of program workshops are offered each year.
PHOTO GALLERIES FROM RECENT PLL WORKSHOPS
Leadership Skills Workshop: Business Development
September 14, 2012 | This seminar on business development featured Mark Beese, President of Leadership for Lawyers, LLC. He taught students to understand a framework for consultative selling, succinctly deliver a verbal business card, build a positive first impression using neuro-linguistic programming techniques, network with a purpose, leverage social media to build a professional network, and understand the components of a personal business development plan.
Leadership Skills Workshop: Facilitating Group Decision Making
October 25, 2013 | Facilitation is a process by which a person acceptable to all members of a group, who is neutral and has no decision making authority, intervenes to help a group improve the way it identifies and solves problems and makes decisions. Students in the Program on Law and Leadership enhanced their facilitation skills at this workshop by learning to: • Understand Group Decision Making • run an effective meeting • Save time in group projects • Provide direction to work groups