The LeaderShape Institute
2016 LeaderShape Participants
About The Leadershape Institute
About the Institute
The InstituteSM, formerly known as The LeaderShape Institute®, has been a program of LeaderShape® for 30 years. Originally developed by the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity as a means of improving campus leadership, the Institute now serves people representing a wide variety of organizations throughout the United States and internationally.
In 1992, the University of Michigan, College of Engineering invited LeaderShape® to bring the InstituteSM to its campus and run a session of the program exclusively for Michigan students. This project was very successful and created the opportunity for more organizations to operate “campus-based” sessions of the InstituteSM.
To date, more than 60,000 participants from colleges, universities, and corporations from across the country have attended the InstituteSM. In addition, more than 6,000 volunteer faculty have contributed their time and talents since the program began in 1986. LeaderShape® partners with institutions and organizations large and small, across the United States and throughout the world in order to create a just, caring, and thriving world where everyone leads with integrity™ and a healthy disregard for the impossible.
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Leadership involves living in a state of possibility, making a commitment to a vision, developing relationships to move the vision into action, and sustaining a high level of integrity. The LeaderShape Institute aims to produce a breakthrough in the leadership capacity of participants and facilitators.
Our curriculum, refined by almost two decades of repetition and reviewed by hundreds of facilitators, is split into different themes for each of the six days of a session. The themes are listed below:
- Day 1 - Building Community
- Day 2 - The Value of One The Power of All
- Day 3 - Challenging What Is and Looking To What Could Be
- Day 4 - Bringing Vision to Reality
- Day 5 - Living and Leading With Integrity
- Day 6 - Staying in Action
For more information about LeaderShape, visit their site.
2017 LeaderShape Participants
Gina Hurny - START Consulting
Josh Walehwa - Assistant Director of Admissions & Recruitment, Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis
Emelia Dunston - Associate Dean of Students, UTC
Bryan Hartzell - Field Secretary for Phi Gamma Delta International Fraternity
Lauren Ouwerkerk - Assistant Dirrector of the UTC Women's Center
Guest Night Speakers
Mo Baptiste - Executive Director for Student Development, UTC
Chris Castleberry - Assistant Vice President of Voluntary Benefits, Unum
Erica Hausler - Office of the Dean of Students Administrative Assistant, UTC and Entrepreneur
Tricia Henderson - Assistant Director of Alcohol and Other Drug Education, UTC
|Chris Allbritten||Sarah Baker||Brandon Bunch|
|Jessica Cook||Preston Gray||Will Guill|
|Ethan Hammett||David Jean-Baptise||Christina Lawson|
|Nichole Ledford||Julia Rose Mersch||Bree Moore|
|Gabby Morris||Jessica Neill||Jordan Rodriquez|
|Yasmin Rubayo||Derek Steinmetz||Emily Thorton|
|Andrew Toffoletto||Caroline Waldron||Charlye White|
Program Coordinator: Aubrey Duman, Assistant Dean of Students for the Office of the Dean of Students
Student On-Site Coordinator: Katelyn McChesney, Office of the Dean of Students Graduate Assistant