Tentative Agenda of Sep 21, 2019 workshop

8:30 – 9:00:   Registration and Networking

9:00 – 9:05:   Welcoming, Amha Woldemeskel, Coordinator

9:05-9:20: Opening remark, Daniel Koroma, Business Liaison Officer, Montgomery County Gov’t

9:209:30: Introduction and Background, Dr. Assegid Habtewold, Facilitator

  • Understanding the mission of PRO Leadership
  • Recognizing goals of the Initiative
  • Explaining the New Breed Leaders of Africa Program

9:30 –10:15:   Mind set, Facilitator

  • Understand the consequential impacts of mind set in leadership
  • Recognize the kind of mind set it takes to succeed in transforming a society
  • Learn the process of how mindset is formed and developed

   10:1510:30: Morning Coffee Break

10:3012:00: Skill set (Part 1), Facilitator

  • Acknowledge the essential leadership competencies necessary to lead successfully
  • Acquire the necessary insights, models, and tools to develop the key skill set
  • Practice & improve some of their leadership competencies for immediate impact

   12:001:00: Lunch Break

   1:002:30: Skill set (Part 2), Facilitator

2:302:45: Afternoon Coffee break

2:45-3:30: Character set (Part 1), Facilitator

  • Understand the crucial place of character in leadership
  • Learn how character is formed and nurtured
  • Discover and begin showing commitment for their core values

3:30 – 3:40: Small group discussion and signing the pledge

  • Awardees sharing one thing they learned and do differently in one minute
  • New Breed Leaders of Africa enter into a vow by signing the pledge

3:40 – 4:00: Graduation Ceremony and closing remark, Coordinator

  • Certification award and closing remark by Dr. Clemmie Solomon, Dean of Student Engagement, Montgomery College

4: 00: End

Parking info:

You will be fine to park in the East Garage in any unmarked student/visitor spaces. There will be no parking permits needed. Please do NOT park in spaces that are labeled for “Faculty/Staff Only”. Any student spaces, levels 3-5, in the garage are fine. Also, as a friendly reminder, any metered spaces around the campus are controlled by the county parking enforcement and not the college.




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