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  • AspireBreakfast-Fall2011

    1. 1. Division of Student AffairsAspirations BreakfastSelf-Understanding and Integrity Nov. 11, 2011
    2. 2. Welcome from Dr. Guy SimsAssistant Vice President for Student Affairs
    3. 3. Division of Student AffairsAspirations BreakfastSelf-Understanding and Integrity
    4. 4. Remarks from Jamie PenvenSelf-Understanding and Integrity Co-Chair
    5. 5. November Aspire! Awards Presented by Dr. Edward Spencer
    6. 6. Curiosity RecipientMakayla Greathouse
    7. 7. Civility RecipientAustin Larrowe
    8. 8. Courageous Leadership Recipient Susan Ahn
    9. 9. Ut Prosim RecipientNicole Catalfamo
    10. 10. Self-Understanding & IntegrityAspire! Award RecipientPresented by Captain James Snyder
    11. 11. Self-Understanding & Integrity Recipient Amanda McGrath
    12. 12. Aspiration in ActionValues Swap
    13. 13. VALUES SWAP• You have been randomly dealt five value cards• In a moment you will see all the possible values and be able to choose which are your personal Top Five Values• When we call SWAP you will stand up and begin swapping value cards – You can trade as many cards as often as you like• The goal is to end up with as many of your personal Top Five Values as possible by the end of the swap period
    14. 14. POSSIBLE VALUES TO SWAP • Peace • Influence • Wisdom • Wealth • Justice • Status • Happiness • Integrity • Humor • Success • Joy • Loyalty • Friendship • Love • Passion • Fame • Recognition • Respect • Authenticity • Family • Tolerance • Power • Truth • Creativity
    15. 15. DEBRIEFING THE VALUES SWAP• What values are you left • How have the values of with? others affected the choices you have made• Why are they important in your life? to you? • Why do you think it is• Did you find this exercise important to incorporate to be easy? Why or why your values into your not? choices?• What does the concept • What did you learn of values mean to you? about yourself and your values?
    16. 16. Self-Understanding and Integrity
    17. 17. THIS I BELIEVE II Living What You Do Every Day Yolanda O’Bannon is executive assistant to biochemist and former National Academy of Sciences` President Bruce Alberts. O’Bannon was born in Phoenix and raised on Air Force bases around the world. She lives with her husband in Richmond, CA
    18. 18. STUDENT SELF-UNDERSTANDINGAND INTEGRITY
    19. 19. Division of Student AffairsAspirations BreakfastSelf-Understanding and Integrity

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