Category: Leadership Clear

Embracing Courageous Leadership: A Guide to Living Your Values

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

When you hear the word “leader,” what comes to mind? Take a moment to reflect on your definition of leadership.…

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Two Skills Every College Student Needs for Success

Categorized: Career Development, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership

In today’s fast-paced professional world, mastering executive presence and emotional intelligence (EI) is more than just a beneficial skill set;…

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Asian American & Pacific Islander Speakers who Make an Impact

Categorized: AAPI Issues, Leadership

Asian American Pacific Islander Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated every year in the month of May. This special time is…

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Emotional Intelligence for College Students

Categorized: Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Organizational Success, Personal Growth

Emotional intelligence (EI) is a set of skills that allow individuals to recognize, understand, and manage their own emotions and…

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Hispanic Heritage Month Speakers who Make an Impact

Categorized: Hispanic Heritage, Latino/a Issues, Leadership

National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated every year from September 15 to October 15. This is a time to recognize…

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4 Steps to Owning your Fall 2023 Semester with the What If It All Goes Right Method

Categorized: Leadership

As we gear up for the Fall 2023 semester, I want to share with you a powerful method that has…

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Celebrating National Professional Speakers Day with CAMPUSPEAK

Categorized: Leadership

Today on August 7th we celebrate National Professional Speakers Day, a day dedicated to honoring the incredible individuals who have…

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Leadership Plunge – Drawing the Line: Boundary Setting as a Leader

Categorized: Leadership

How do you draw your boundaries with other people? Do you lay them out in pencil, with the ability to…

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Leading with Fairness

Categorized: Leadership

There are many things that leaders, at best, must do. They must communicate well. They must help chart a course…

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The Outer Body Experience

Categorized: Academic Success, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership

Are you afraid to go, “outer body?”  NOPE! Before you even think it… this obviously isn’t a pitch to tamper with the…

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Finding Your Stakeholders

Categorized: Academic Success, Leadership

In both our Finding Your Why and Council Surge Interactive Workshops, we talk about the importance of working with stakeholders.…

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Fall 2021: Lessons From My Family Vacation

Categorized: Leadership

This summer I had the opportunity to go on a family vacation to Jackson, WY. The combination of people, views,…

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4 Simple Mistakes Smart Leaders Avoid

Categorized: Leadership

How are you doing on your goals for this new year? People say that most don’t make it past January…

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The Remote Leader Mindset

Categorized: Leadership

By: Chris Butsch As a leader, trying to keep your members engaged while remote is hard. Here are just some…

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Maintaining Student Mental Health During COVID-19

Categorized: Leadership, Organizational Success, Uncategorized

By: Chris Butsch Even before the pandemic, more than two-thirds of American college students reported symptoms of mental illness, such…

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On Being a Student Leader During COVID-19

Categorized: Leadership

By: Chris Butsch Meetings are canceled. Everyone’s taking classes online. No one’s quite sure when things will be back to…

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The Pillars of Leadership

Categorized: Leadership

By: Alex Weber Hey there! First off, I’d like to start this blog off by thanking you for being here!…

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Talking to yourself – The Art of Combatting Negative Self-Talk

Categorized: Leadership

By: Darryl Bellamy What people say about you can affect you, but what you say to yourself is even more…

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Pay Yourself First – A Lesson in Sustaining Leaders

Categorized: Leadership

By: Kate Steiner I was listening to a radio show this week and they were talking about the concept in…

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Gifts Grow In Dark Places

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Nisan Trotter You’re a muddy miracle! Gifts grow in dark places. I think I surprised the students at Saginaw Valley State University with those…

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The Full Truth on Success

Categorized: Leadership

By: Alex Weber As you’re thinking about your goals this semester for yourself, your organization, and your community, it is…

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The Burnout

Categorized: Leadership

By: David Stollman Burnout isn’t caused by how much work you do, it’s caused by how much work you look…

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SELF-NAVIGATION: From Failing to Thriving

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Alex Weber You will Fail. Worst inspirational book ever! I know, I know but that’s the honest truth, and…

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The Traits of the Ethical Leader

Categorized: Ethics, Leadership

By: Joe Richardson, Esq To many, the ideas surrounding the definition of a “leader” are often connected to a position…

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Managing the Chaos of Life

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Curtis Hill As a leader many times you are pulled in multiple directions at the same time. If you…

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The American Ninja Failure?

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Alex Weber It’s 3AM and I’m sopping wet, embarrassed, and there’s a few hundred people staring at me! I…

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What Difference Can One Person Have

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: The Peterson Family After 15 years working with college students, Craig Peterson reached a crossroads.  “What’s next? Do I…

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AFLV 10 Year Journey

Categorized: Leadership

By: Darryl Bellamy Jr. It took Darryl ten years to get to the AFLV stage, watch this video detailing his…

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The Power of Story

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Saul Flores At the age of 18 during my junior year at North Carolina State University, I embarked on…

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3 Ways To (Actually) Build Confidence

Categorized: Leadership

By: Alexa Carlin Have you ever walked into a room looking down on your phone? Did you know that small…

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What is Your Unfair Advantage?

Categorized: Leadership

By: Tom Healy I was recently asked by a student leader “how do I make a great impact in my…

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A Year to Think Big

Categorized: Leadership, Personal Growth

By: Saul Flores For my younger siblings and I, the start of a new year meant a ziplock bag full…

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APPLE Leadership

Categorized: Leadership

By: Kaylon Blake Soooo….I really needed a new pair of headphones but was torn between purchasing the Apple Airpods or…

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Don’t Let Classes Interfere With Your Real Education

Categorized: Academic Success, Leadership

By: Tom Healy I was recently asked a few weeks ago to provide my best advice to students as they…

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Put On Your Oxygen Mask First: Prioritizing Self-Care

Categorized: Body Image, College Completion, First Year Experience, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Health & Wellness, Leadership, Masculinity, Mental Health, Motivation & Inspiration, Suicide Prevention

By: Lauren Cook It’s the beginning of 2017. Are you already feeling stressed out? After the holiday season, we tend…

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Top 5 Biggest Myths of Leadership

Categorized: Leadership

Often in life things are repeated so many times we all just assume they are true, even if they are…

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Why college leaders fail

Categorized: Leadership

Hypothetical situation. Let’s say your best friend comes to you. You have known this person your entire life. You want…

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The time to build new leaders is now

Categorized: Leadership

We’re all very familiar with this situation: an organization that was very weak is now stronger than you could have…

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From passive to powerful

Categorized: Leadership

Like many of you, I have been paying close attention to all the news regarding the Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter…

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Leadership sickness

Categorized: Leadership

“You sicken me.” If I’m honest with myself, I have to admit that such harsh, judgmental thoughts fired off in…

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The DNA of an extraordinary leader

Categorized: Leadership

DNA is the genetic material in our bodies and nearly every cell has the same form of it. However it’s…

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The DNA of an extraordinary leader

Categorized: Leadership

DNA is the genetic material in our bodies and nearly every cell has the same form of it. However it’s…

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Face your fears

Categorized: Health & Wellness, Leadership

I was five, and was going swimming with my father. Every afternoon that summer, my family would visit our neighbor’s…

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Leading with purpose

Categorized: Leadership, Organizational Success

What do you think of when you hear the word “purpose”? Most of us question the purpose of life, our…

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Get past yourself and climb a rock

Categorized: Leadership

How often do we hear of the five steps to an effective leader? Or how to be a leader for…

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Innovation in leadership today

Categorized: Leadership

By Tim Mousseau The current state of the world is constantly fluid. It is impossible for any organization to survive…

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Leadership secret: Tough love

Categorized: Leadership

By Kristen Hadeed I’m willing to bet you’re going into this thinking “How is Kristen, one of the youngest speakers…

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The positive impact of an every|day hero

Categorized: Fraternity & Sorority Life, Leadership

Each day, we hope for a safe, fulfilling and enriching environment for students on college campuses. And everyday, students face…

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What I wish I knew

Categorized: Leadership

by David Stollman Three things I wished I had known before becoming a student leader: Please & Thank You: Please…

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Leadership: From transactions to transformations

Categorized: Leadership

Do you feel like your members are simply checking the boxes to meet requirements? Is the communication within your organization…

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Kevin Smith – Getting you in ethical fitness shape

Categorized: Leadership, Mental Health

Meet Kevin. He’s a 2013 new speaker with CAMPUSPEAK. He’s here to get you ready to make those tough decisions.…

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Top three essential tasks you MUST DO with your student leaders before summer!

Categorized: Leadership

Being a former Dean of Students and working in areas of Orientation, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Student Activities, Residence Life,…

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Leadership at every step

Categorized: Leadership

Some say leaders are born while others believe they are made. No matter what, in every step of a leadership…

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New Interactive Workshop that helps new leaders become great leaders

Categorized: Leadership

Another leadership program? Not quite. CAMPUSPEAK noticed a gap in current programming. We have leadership covered for those students who…

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How can I make people do things?

Categorized: Leadership

by PETE MOCKAITIS Last year, I was speaking at a law fraternity’s national pre-law conference. In preparing for the event,…

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Leading with integrity

Categorized: Leadership

One of the most common mistakes that student leaders make is confusing responsibility with authority. So says leadership speaker ANDREA MOSBY. “Effective…

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