The Nancy Walton Laurie Leadership Institute of Chi Omega is preparing women to lead in their communities, work places, homes, and in Chi Omega.
The Nancy Walton Laurie Leadership Institute of Chi Omega is a distinguished program designed to engage alumnae and collegiate members in leadership training that is both insightful and inspiring. Through this training, we empower our members to explore and learn steps that result in extensive personal growth. Our goal is to develop professionals who in turn will share their knowledge and skills with others on their campuses and in their communities.
The Laurie Leadership Institute, supported by a grant from the Chi Omega Foundation, provides educational sessions on a variety of topics. The current educational modules focus on effective strategies in such areas as decision-making, conflict resolution, facilitation, life balance, values and ethics, and the 4 Cs of leadership.
Chi Omega offers The Laurie Leadership Institute training in a variety of ways including a Flagship weekend at the Executive Headquarters and leadership programming at national meetings. Select collegiate and alumnae chapters have the opportunity to experience abbreviated versions of these workshops through regional, chapter, and even all-Panhellenic sessions.
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Applications are now available for the Nancy Walton Laurie Leadership Institute of Chi Omega Fall 2015 Chapter and Panhellenic Sessions - your chapter could be selected to receive a Chi Omega leadership training workshop without leaving campus. These workshops are engaging, interactive, and offered in five different session topics that are each highly relevant to the needs of a collegiate chapter. Laurie Leadership Institute workshops can also be presented to a campus Panhellenic community, focusing on the shared values and goals of all Panhellenic groups.
Applications for sessions during the Fall 2015 semester are due Wednesday, May 4th! You can access the application here.