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Dance Floor Theory - Student Leadership Training 2021

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JUST LIKE ON A DANCE FLOOR, EVERY COLLEGE EXPERIENCES VARYING LEVELS OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT. Engagement between those fully involved (student leaders) and those lurking on the edge (apathetic students). The same tactics to make an energetic dance floor also work to increase engagement within any college or student group. DANCE FLOOR THEORY™️ provides student leaders and advisors a new model for creating community, increasing student engagement, and fostering a culture of retention.

JUST LIKE ON A DANCE FLOOR, EVERY COLLEGE EXPERIENCES VARYING LEVELS OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT. Engagement between those fully involved (student leaders) and those lurking on the edge (apathetic students). The same tactics to make an energetic dance floor also work to increase engagement within any college or student group. DANCE FLOOR THEORY™️ provides student leaders and advisors a new model for creating community, increasing student engagement, and fostering a culture of retention.

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  1. 1. A B Which is the Better Dance?
  2. 2. More Friends = More Fun DFT LESSON #1
  3. 3. LEVEL 1 What’s the most ridiculous
  4. 4. bricks.” “I’m building a doorway.” “I’m building a stadium.”
  5. 5. LEVEL 2 Why is it important for YOU to be at this retreat…
  6. 6. Dance Better Brain Best Campus
  7. 7. Dance Floors & Campuses Act The Same Way
  8. 8. Dance Floor Theory The Dance Floor
  9. 9. N E U 
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 S 5 4 3 2 1 The Action’s In The Middle
  10. 10. “I’m bored.” “I’m tired.” “This is stupid.”
  11. 11. Hey you sexy thang don’t you ever die!
  12. 12. Higher Grades Higher
  13. 13. E U 
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  14. 14. Everyone Has Potential regardless of where they are on the dance fl oor
  15. 15. Get Their ATTENTION Build The CONNECTION
  16. 16. Don’t try and take someone from the edge to the center if they aren’t ready Engagement Is A Process
  17. 17. The 2 Big Myths #1 “5s” are extroverts
  18. 18. Scary Sixes that does more harm than good. have an energy level
  19. 19. The 2 Big Myths #2 “5s” are in the center #1 “5s” are extroverts
  20. 20. Groups Anywhere Act The Same Way
  21. 21. N 1 2 3 4 5 The Action’s In The Middle
  22. 22. of students will never participate in a college sponsored activity. 60-84%
  23. 23. Bad Dance Good Dance Good Campus Leadership Opportunity N 5 4 3 2 1 N
  24. 24. { 60-84% 1 2 3 4 Neutrals 5
  25. 25. 1 2 3 4 Neutrals Our Goal 5
  26. 26. 1 2 3 4 Neutrals Meh. What’s in it for me? Hmmm . . . 5
  27. 27. 5 1 2 3 4 Neutrals Meh. What’s in it for me? Hmmm . . . 5
  28. 28. 1 2 3 4 Neutrals 5 What am I capable of?
  29. 29. 1 2 3 4 5 What’s next for me?
  30. 30. 1 2 3 How can I help? 4 5
  31. 31. { Current Activities 1 2 3 4 5 Neutrals
  32. 32. 1 2 3 4 Neutrals 5 { Current Activities {meh. 60-84%
  33. 33. 1 2 3 4 Neutrals 5 meh. hmm… X+1
  34. 34. Maybe
  35. 35. fi rst step, is to get them to pay attention.
  36. 36. The RED BALL Project
  37. 37. Moving someone from ‘Meh’ to ‘Hmm’ can happen without you
  38. 38. The Goals Build Relationships Meh-to-Hmm
  39. 39. Don’t Over-Complicate A Simple Introduction
  40. 40. Anything Is Fun As Long As You Have NUMBERS and/or RELATIONSHIPS
  41. 41. If someone asks you “What’s going on?” you’ve successfully moved them from “Meh” to “Hmm”
  42. 42. - Bring It To Them - Positive Reaction The Rules
  43. 43. Confusion is Good Scaring is Bad
  44. 44. The Rules - Bring It To Them - Positive Reaction - Connect The Dots
  45. 45. The Rules - Bring It To Them - Positive Reaction - Connect The Dots - It’s Cheap
  46. 46. Everyday Objects Can Create a Culture of Engagement
  47. 47. Fun is the easiest way to change people’s behavior for the better.
  48. 48. The Rules - Bring It To Them - Positive Reaction - Connect The Dots - It’s Cheap
  49. 49. Campus Traditions are the Social Habit of Student Engagement.
  50. 50. Change the bus driver’s attitude… Change the whole bus’ attitude.
  51. 51. Don’t Mix Marketing With Relationship Building.
  52. 52. Clearly Alone #2 Joins In, But… He’s There For Laughs #3 Joins In, And… They Start To Multiply EXPONENTIALLY
  53. 53. 20% Will Follow 70% 10% THE TIPPING POINT STOP BEING #1 START BEING #2 or #3
  54. 54. Find a Parade and Support It
  55. 55. Introduce People to Each Other The Steps Introduce Yourself
  56. 56. and more on the introductions that happen at the activity Focus less on the activity
  57. 57. The Steps Make Small Relevant Groups Introduce People to Each Other Introduce Yourself
  58. 58. Introductions are more e ff ective when there’s a common thread
  59. 59. The Steps Get Out Of The Way Make Small Relevant Groups Introduce People to Each Other Introduce Yourself
  60. 60. It’s not about you. It’s about them connecting with each other. After you make an introduction, get out of the way.
  61. 61. Be The Spatula
  62. 62. Building Culture Takes Time. Be Patient.
  63. 63. 5 4 3 2 1 0
  64. 64. Tom@SwiftKickHQ.com @TomKrieglstein

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