Category Archives: Leadership and Professional Success

Change change…. change!!! Reflections on change…

After Michael Miller’s presentation to us about change, I began thinking and realized that one of our own departments has gone through some significant change in the past year an a half and was curious how they handled themselves through … Continue reading

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Dr. Jason Pina Addresses Division of Student Affairs

If you missed the Professional Development Opportunity on 1/10/12, you missed a great session.  Below is a recap of Dr. Jason Pina’s address to the group:  Stay tuned for reflections from Michael Miller’s session at a later date! Theme of … Continue reading

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Creative Leadership – Reflections

On November 14th Human Resources offered a professional development session on Creative Leadership and Positivity in the Workplace. Who wouldn’t want to add creativity to their leadership style and more (or some) positivity in the workplace?!  Naturally, this was a … Continue reading

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BSU Mens Leadership Retreat (via Storify)

Preparations for the Men’s Leadership Retreat started back in November of 2011, where Cindy Kane, the Director of Student Involvement and Leadership called a few of us together to talk about the idea and how to best to pull it … Continue reading

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Student Affairs/Academic Affairs Collaborations

On March 1, 2012 Dr. Linda Eisenmann, Provost, and Dr. Lee Williams, Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students at Wheaton College in Norton, MA spent time with members of the BSU Student Affairs staff to talk about … Continue reading

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Credibility in the Workplace

 by Brian Salvaggio, Assistant Vice President, Student Affairs As Student Affairs professionals we pride ourselves on developing rapport with our students, colleagues and community.  It takes a lot of work to build a good reputation and to establish a sense … Continue reading

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Capitalizing on Strengths

 by Rose Gage, Assistant Director – Community Service Center I was looking over my 8th grade yearbook a while ago and under my very awkward picture was written, “When I grow up I want to be a child psychologist.” Twenty-three years later, … Continue reading

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