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, communications, time management, and how to run effective and efficient meetings.
Audiences can be as formal as a residence hall or as informal as a group of friends. Student groups, groups of friends, dance groups and Greek life can all benefit and take advantage of this free resource.
Examples of services include:
- Team Building: if you’re having trouble managing or motivating your team, a workshop in team building can make a huge difference. All teams suffer from some dysfunction at one point and catching these problems early can boost a tight knit team’s efficiency and ethic.
- Retreats: If you’re starting out with a new group of people, getting to know each other’s leadership and work styles can be essential to forming a strong foundation. The Leadership Consultants offer services in personality typing and ice breakers to make sure your group truly capitalizes on your ability to work together.
- One on One Leadership Training: If you’re looking to improve your own personal leadership style, consider meeting with a leadership consultant to review your strengths, challenges, motivations and methods of leadership. One on one consulting can maximize your potential as a leader.
- Residential Hall Workshops: Residential living is wrought with its own battery of conflicts and challenges. Workshops in personality types, time management and conflict resolution often come in handy for free programing for RA’s and residential hall floors.
If you would like to request a meeting to discuss potential presentations with a Leadership Consultant, fill out the request form. 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.
If you are interested in being a Leadership Consultant for Spring 2013, fill out an application here (note you may need to log in to Orgsync first). Should you have questions about the Leadership Consultant program, contact Sarah Decker Sexton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Spring 2013 Leadership Consultants
Name: Philip J Huntley
Major: Communication Studies (Concentrations: Organizational Communication; Public Advocacy & Rhetorical Concepts).
Hometown: Nashua, NH
Work Experience: Associate Project Manager for SAI Global Risk Compliance in Waltham, MA, Relationship Manager for Enquiron in Boston, MA
Campus Involvement: Golden Key International Honour Society, Northeastern Huskies Men's Varsity Squash, Squashbuster's Urban Youth Squash Program
Name: Eric Luke
Major: Business Administration: Marketing & Finance
Hometown: New City, NY
Work Experience: Keurig Coffee, Digital Marketing Co-op / imc squared, Account Management & Strategy Co-op / TwentyAt (app startup), Marketing Co-op
Campus Involvement: LEAD 360, Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, NU Barkada, NU Cycling Team
Name: Sho Nakayama
Major: Mathematics & International Business (Finance concentration), Minor in Chinese
Hometown: Yokohama, Japan
Work Experience: State Street Global Advisors - Risk Management CO-OP, Tracks Japan Electronic Commerce and personal translator of the CEO
Campus Involvement: Lead 360 Intergroup Dialogues, Global Leadership Program, YMCA Chinatown
Name: Priyanka Raval
Major: Economics ; Minors: Law & Public Policy & Business Administration
Hometown: Hoboken, NJ
Work Experience: New York Life Insurance Company (summer internship)
Campus Involvement: Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc, Pan Asian American Council, Multicultural Greek Council, Lead 360 Intergroup Dialogues, and Student Involvement Board.