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UAF Leadership Conference

Becoming a Lifelong Leader

October 25th, 2014 from 9a-4p at UAF Wood Center.

This year’s conference is titled “Becoming a Lifelong Leader”. It is based on the social change model of leadership: that in order to be a successful leader you must operate in three different spheres of life: the individual, the group and society. Our conference is based on this model, providing workshops that focus on each sphere and address the characteristics of the sphere. The workshops will be lead by community professionals to provide not only an experienced presenter but also give the you the opportunity to network with these community members during the lunch break table topics.á

$10 registration fee

Turn in the registration form and your fee to the LIVE Office before Oct 17th.

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Society Sphere Presenters:



Group Sphere Presenters:

Volunteering as a Vehicle for Leadership Growth

Leadership in the Workplace: Communication Volleyball

Terri Babers - Positive Changes Coach

I call myself a Positive-Changes-Coach because as a Leadership and Life Coach, I work with people who want to make a difference in the world. They are motivated to move in positive ways through changes and transitions in their life. With coaching help, people can lead themselves to make those changes in their lives more easily, with a greater sense of well-being, and fulfillment.

Individual Sphere Presenters:

Personal Leadership Growth

Cara Hollingsworth - LIVE Program Director

Cara is originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming. She graduated from University of Wyoming with a M.S. in Counseling in 2007. She has worked in Student Services for the past 12 years and absolutely loves working with college students!

Creating Whitespace for Creative Growth

Kaydee Miller - Assistant Director of Wellness

Kaydee is responsible for the programming of the SRC; Intramurals, Personal Training, Group Fitness, Youth Day Camps as well as anything involving wellness programs for students.