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Engaging the Introverted Student Leader | NASPA SLPKC Webinar
Engaging the Introverted Student Leader | NASPA SLPKC Webinar
Engaging the Introverted Student Leader | NASPA SLPKC Webinar
Engaging the Introverted Student Leader | NASPA SLPKC Webinar
Engaging the Introverted Student Leader | NASPA SLPKC Webinar
Engaging the Introverted Student Leader | NASPA SLPKC Webinar
Engaging the Introverted Student Leader | NASPA SLPKC Webinar
Engaging the Introverted Student Leader | NASPA SLPKC Webinar
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Engaging the Introverted Student Leader | NASPA SLPKC Webinar

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This webinar on engaging introverted student leaders was presented on February 12, 2014 as part of the NASPA SLPKC Webinar series

This webinar on engaging introverted student leaders was presented on February 12, 2014 as part of the NASPA SLPKC Webinar series

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  • Tina: wanted to join programming board, but was concerned about having to travel for a conference. Was overwhelmed at the idea, and didn’t apply for a year.Analogy from the book about pasta and Introversion: by definition, internal focus, toward ideas and theories and less so with outer worldWorld can be too big, too crowded, too loud, too fullWith people, most common form of introvert pressure. SocialTime: neurologically necessary for introverts to process information and stimuli as they come forwardSpace: both scheduling and physical space
  • Praise- give freely for all, but especially for introverts who will internalize feedback more strongly
  • Notice for evaluation allows time to consider performance; notice for recognition prevents blindsiding
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    • 1. + Engaging the Introverted Student Leader Amma Marfo Emmanuel College February 13, 2014
    • 2. + Learning Objectives By the end of this webinar, participants will:  Have a more comprehensive understanding of introverts  Understand the challenges that traditional leadership expectations place on introverts  Learn strategies to engage introverts through the following stages of student involvement:  Recruitment and selection  Training  Advising and supervision  Evaluation and recognition
    • 3. + But First…The Mythbuster People | Time | Space How do we help foster the development of introverted leaders? HELP THEM MANAGE STIMULATION LEVELS
    • 4. + Recruitment and Selection Emphasize Human Connection  When advertising the role, highlight the parts that involve human connection  Consider extending personal invitations to apply  Weigh ALL elements of the application process (application, individual interview, group interviews)  Remind those conducting interviews about introverted mannerisms and tendencies  Rethink desirable qualities in group interviews
    • 5. + Training Create Room to Breathe  Set schedules as early as possible, and inform the group  Vary methods of engagement (spoken/written/kinetic)  Include extended breaks and meditation for everyone!  Ensure that activities are meaningful   Conversations with team members   Icebreakers that tell stories Dedicated time for “silly questions” Teach full group about temperament
    • 6. + Advising and Supervision Take the Time  Allow time in 1:1s to “warm up”  Watch nonverbal communication in quiet moments  Where praise is needed, give freely   …but be specific Be attentive to how criticism is presented
    • 7. + Evaluation and Recognition No Surprises!  Provide notice, as much as you can  For evaluation, provide talking points and questions in advance  Find ways to make the process less intimidating  Make both praise, and points of improvement, specific  Check in later, see if additional thoughts surfaced  Provide this opportunity in both follow-up meetings, AND writing
    • 8. + In Review  Emphasize human connection.  Create room to breathe.  Take the time.  No surprises.
    • 9. + THANK YOU! Questions? Comments? Concerns? Additions? amma.marfo@gmail.com @ammamarfo

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