Presentation Title

Making World Changers

Presenter Information

Duane Covrig
Randy Siebold

Location

BUL250

Start Date

8-16-2018 10:00 AM

End Date

8-16-2018 12:20 PM

Description

Andrews University promotes "World Changers Made Here.” But can every discipline really contribute to this lofty goal? This interactive workshop will explore ways that diverse leadership competencies can help us contribute to subtle and what seem to be difficult-to-develop outcomes. The session will help faculty explore ways to increase choice, foster self-initiative, and develop spiritually-motivated leadership skills in their programs and courses.

Biography

Duane Covrig, a native Californian, has taught at universities in California and in the Midwest. He teaches in both leadership and administration as well as religion and ethics. He has published on ethics and organizational research.

Randy Siebold began teaching at Andrews University in 1991. He directs the MA in leadership program and conducts workshops in leadership, learning, and creativity and innovation. His research has focused on leadership and Adventist education.

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Aug 16th, 10:00 AM Aug 16th, 12:20 PM

Making World Changers

BUL250

Andrews University promotes "World Changers Made Here.” But can every discipline really contribute to this lofty goal? This interactive workshop will explore ways that diverse leadership competencies can help us contribute to subtle and what seem to be difficult-to-develop outcomes. The session will help faculty explore ways to increase choice, foster self-initiative, and develop spiritually-motivated leadership skills in their programs and courses.