Monthly Archives: November 2012

Being You Is How You Lead

What’s the point of reading blogs and watching videos about leadership? Of taking classes on leadership and doing self reflections about our own leadership. We’ve been told that these are ways for us to become better leaders, but is that … Continue reading

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Meeting Mayhem

We’ve all been there. Sitting in a meeting, looking at your watch only to find out that it’s been just 90 seconds since you last checked the time. No one wants to attend meetings like that, and certainly no one … Continue reading

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Leading On Campus and Online!

Attending the Central Atlantic Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (CAACURH) Regional Conference this weekend was one of the fastest weekends of my life but I was lucky to be able to sit down with Coty Behanna, the Associate … Continue reading

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What’s your mark?

Vision and passion. Two of the motivating factors that help make Stephanie Buco, one of the Directors of the Student Volunteer Council (SVC), a great servant leader.      To understand how it all began, Stephanie took me back to how … Continue reading

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Leadership shines during times of crises

The Rutgers Community has suffered greatly during Hurricane Sandy and the remnants of the storm still remind us of those we have lost and that which has been taken from us. In this time of great adversity, a point of … Continue reading

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Leadership, Personified.

Although an academic analysis of leadership is often an effective mechanism in understanding the skills we as students are trying to acquire, interacting with and interviewing current student leaders is also effective—seeing these principles in action enhances our appreciation for … Continue reading

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Crisis Sparks Social Change on Campus

During the initial aftermath of hurricane, there was some serious lack of resources going around the university. I realize that normally I contain my posts and thought to Student Life and it’s leaders, but for this post I have to … Continue reading

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