Feb 22: The Humor Habit with Paul Osincup
This interactive workshop will focus on how to utilize the power of humor to enhance one’s well-being, resilience, and leadership skills. This 90 minute workshop will take place February 22nd in Ballroom A of the MSU Strand Union Building, starting at 7pm, doors open at 6:30pm. Followed by a reception.
The workshop facilitator, Paul Osincup, is a Humor Strategist, Author, and Speaker who helps people create more connected, productive, and intentionally positive places to work. Paul’s global mission for workplace happiness has provided him the opportunity to work with hundreds of organizations like Google, Discover, The Harvard Kennedy School of Leadership, and the U.S. Army. With a background in higher education leadership and administration, in his previous professional life, Paul served as an Associate Dean of Student Affairs, Director of Conflict Resolution, and taught graduate courses on communication and leadership. He’s been featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education for his work in restorative justice and served as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Higher Education Center for Alcohol, Drug, and Violence Prevention.
Despite the serious nature of his work, Paul’s also been a “Jack of all Jokes” since grade school. After building a successful side hustle in stand-up and improv comedy, he developed a nerdy obsession about the power of humor to enhance well-being, resilience, and leadership. This obsession led Paul to the presidency – the presidency of the Association of Applied and Therapeutic Humor, an international organization dedicated to the study and application of humor to improve health and human performance.
Registration is open to ALL!tinyurl.com/humorhabitatMSU
For more information and details on how to register, please visit montana.edu/leadership, call 406-994-7275 or email [email protected]
Feb 28: Sorry not Sorry: Communicating with Confidence Workshop
This workshop focuses on the themes of confidence and efficiency through public speaking. Under the expert guidance of professional speaking coach Lori Addicks, this workshop empowers women to enhance their public communication skills, enabling them to articulate themselves with greater efficiency and confidence.
Join us on February 28th in Gaines Hall Room 143 from 4:30-6:00pm for an interactive 90 minute workshop including complimentary snacks and drinks. Participants will get to practice a strong tone of voice while public speaking with confident body language tips.
Lori Addicks, CEO of Larkspur Group, has presented on this topic at multiple sold-out women’s conferences. As a workshop, Lori shares strategies for overcoming speech habits, and improving voice and body language, all of which can undermine our effectiveness in advancing our careers and/or our business results. Addicks incorporates opportunities for participants to practice strategies to overcome and tackle communication challenges in the classroom or the workplace.
Mar 2-3: Winter Leadership Summit - Mind Over Matter
Register now for the winter summit! Spots are limited
This student-centered, overnight retreat is meant to help students build skills related to mindfulness, intention,
and focus while having fun and connecting with their peers.
The summit, to be held March 2nd-3rd in the Gallatin Mountains, will include interactive workshops, a keynote speaker, and outdoor skill-building activities including snowshoeing, sledding, fort building, and other team-building exercises.Participants will receive lodging, meals, transportation and materials.
The keynote speaker, Sasha Dingle, is a professional skier turned meditation teacher, and the founder and director of Mountain Mind Project. She has spent her lifetime training her mind and body. Sasha has competed at the highest level of skiing and mountain biking, winning the Freeskiing World Tour and competing on the Freeride World Tour and Enduro World Series.
Registration is open for MSU students only and costs $15, which covers attendance, transportation, lodging and meals. Scholarships are available. For more information and details on how to register, please visit montana.edu/leadership or call 406-994-7275.