Leadership Academy Monthly Workshops
Members 12+, 4-H Age
County Leadership groups should plan to meet face to face whenever possible and engage in the virtual state wide workshop together.
This time can be viewed as a leadership club meeting. County ambassadors can aid in planning and facilitating these local workshop meetings. The following agenda is currently being planned.
All workshops are Sunday afternoons from 3:00 to 4:00. Zoom links for each workshop session will be emailed to county extension offices and can be shared localy.
Connecting with Cloverbuds
Teen leaders can have a great impact on younger 4-H members, the youngest being the cloverbud. Learn how to connect and engage with cloverbuds in your county 4-H program.
What Makes a Leader
Identifying ones own strengths and weaknesses is the first step to becoming a strong leader. Discuss what traits make a "good" leader and how you can build important leadership skills.
The Power of Positivity
In a world where we're pulled in a variety of different directions, it is often a challenge to stay positive and engaged. Learn how to focus on what is important, and how a positive attitude can have the greatest impact.
Tools for Facilitation
You might have the "best laid plans," but the "proof is in the pudding." Learn how to carry out leadership plans and engage groups with valuable facilitation tools.
The Butterfly Effect
The “Butterfly Effect” explains how even tiny actions or changes can have enormous consequences. Similarly, a leader's actions, choices and behaviors - even small ones - can have a huge effect on their community.
Receive the zoom meeting link and info for this workshop series by clicking the "Register Now" button above and completing a short form.This can be completed by one adult volunteer or MSU extension staff that is hosting an entire county group, or by individuals participating on their own. An email containing the zoom meeting link for all 4 workshops will be sent automatically once the form is completed.