LEAD360 is a collection of programs that provide students with the skills and knowledge to succeed as global leaders. Each program serves a unique purpose and will provide you with an interactive, fun-filled experience.
Our Vision: Developing experienced circular leaders for a better future.
Our Mission: LEAD360 supports all Northeastern students with fun and experiential opportunities to practice circular and identity-based leadership while developing leadership competencies.
LEAD360 offers something for everyone. Whether you are interested in exploring leadership as a first-year student, discussing social justice issues, or building your own leadership skills – we are here to support you! Why should I get involved? Leadership opportunities allow you to:
- Expand your horizons
- Build the skills that will enable you to be successful in your co-ops, student leader positions, and future careers
- Improve your time management skills
- Develop relationships with peers + mentors
- Enhance your ability to work as part of a team
Studies show that those who were involved during college are more marketable, and tend to be higher performers in their jobs. Check out our programs below to find the one that’s right for you! Once you do, you can register to participate here.
BLUEPRINT is a group mentoring program designed for first-year students who are interested in developing their leadership capacity through 8 weekly interactive sessions. BLUEPRINT students receive two mentors—an upper-class student leader, and a staff member. By joining our program, you’ll make new connections on campus, attend a leadership retreat, and develop an action plan for how you want to leave your legacy at Northeastern! Activity topics include:
- Conflict Resolution
- And much more!
BLUEPRINT sessions are each 75 minutes long. Participants can choose between seminars on Mondays at 3:30pm,
Tuesdays at 3:30pm and 6pm, or Wednesdays at 12pm.
For more information on BLUEPRINT, contact Evan Chartier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BLUEPRINT 2 is the next step in continual leadership development for BLUEPRINT graduates. This innovative program gives participants the opportunity to plan and execute innovative programming in collaboration with other BLUEPRINT 2 participants. BLUEPRINT 2 empowers students to apply what they learned in BLUEPRINT to real life situations and to craft individualized leadership experiences. Topics include:
- Personal leadership assessment
- Communication skills
- Resume building
- Team building and group dynamics
- Social media
- And more!
For more information on BLUEPRINT 2, contact Evan Chartier at email@example.com.
VOICES FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
Join us for this engaging, interactive program that brings diverse students together to discuss leadership through the lens of social justice and identity. This 8-week program allows students to reflect on the relationships between identity and leadership within the United States and across the globe. Topics include:
- Intersections of Identity
- Diverse worldviews
- Community activism
- And much more!
During this discussion-based program, we will participate in activities that allow you to explore the similarities and differences shaped by the diversity within our community. We hope that by participating in this program, you will learn how to be an inclusive leader and advocate for positive social change!
Voices for Social Change seminars are 90 minutes long and occur on Tuesdays at 6pm.
For more information on Voices for Social Change, contact Evan Chartier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women’s Leadership is designed to empower woman-identified students to further their leadership skills, while critically examining gender-based issues related to the media, leadership, and global experiences. Topics include:
- Gender Identity
- Effortless Perfectionism
- Leadership Strengths
- Beauty & the Media
- Women’s Issues around the Globe
- And much more!
This is one of our more advanced programs and therefore it is essential that participants are women who have already completed their first year of college. Participation in Women’s Leadership gives you the opportunity to learn more about yourself, gender-based issues, and learn from women who are leading by example. Make new connections and join this supportive environment that will empower you to make a change in your community!
Women’s Leadership seminars are 90 minutes long and occur on Tuesdays at 6pm.
For more information on Women’s Leadership, contact Evan Chartier at email@example.com.
The Leadership Consultants are an on-campus leadership resource for Northeastern students and organizations. Leadership Consultants offer free leadership workshops on topics ranging from conflict resolution, personality styles, time management, and how to run effective meetings. Leadership Consultants hold office hours in the Programming Lab (CSC240), where they can meet with you and help you strategize ways to push your organization to the next level! These students are available to facilitate sessions during general body meetings, retreats, or special events. If you would like to request a meeting to discuss potential presentations with a Leadership Consultant, please fill out the request form here. All services are free and most presentations can be fit into a one hour period. Please allow two weeks between submission and the date of the program to allow for proper planning and the best possible service. To request a Leadership Consultant, please complete our online referral form.
For more information, or to request a custom workshop, please contact Evan Chartier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GRADUATE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
The Graduate Leadership Institute is our premiere experience designed exclusively for graduate students to network and build community across industries while enhancing their proficiency in the global leadership competencies necessary to catalyze their career advancement. Topics covered include:
- Competencies for Successful Global Leadership
- Working Across Personality Differences
- Leadership & Inclusion
- Leadership & Values
- Negotiation & Conflict Management
- How to Facilitate & Empower Others
- LGBT101: Creating a Safe Space
These 90-minute workshops occur on Thursdays from 12-1:30pm. Registration is open at the beginning of every semester. This program is co-sponsored by LEAD360 and the Graduate Student Government.
For more information, please contact Evan Chartier at email@example.com.
Want to participate in a leadership program? There are a ton of leadership opportunities on campus. Check out the boxes above for information on our LEAD360 programs. If none of our programs meet your interest, click here for a list of additional leadership programs throughout the Northeastern community.
Interested in a leadership position within LEAD360? Each semester, we recruit mentors, facilitators and Leadership Consultants for our programs. If you’d like to develop your communication skills, work as part of a team, and give back to the Northeastern community, this is a great opportunity for you! You don’t have to be an expert to get involved. You provide the passion, and we’ll provide the training! Click here to join the LEAD360 team. Applications will be accepted until Friday, July 29th at 11:59pm EST.
Questions? Contact our staff:
Evan Chartier, Assistant Director of Leadership and Intercultural Programs
Michelle Wallace, Leadership Program Specialist