BRAVE CAMPUS WEBINARS
Hosting important, impactful discussions and helping campus leaders #GetBrave.
How to Figure Out Who You Are While Managing New Transitions
Presented by: Jacob Earnst, MSW RSW
Jacob helps us learn how to understand our changing identities and give us strategies to figure out who we are, specifically during life’s most challenging moments.
Free Tools & Apps for Team Productivity & Communication
Presented by: Lexie Ward, Director of Client Success at Disruptt
Lexie shares online tools and apps and how to use them to effectively increase your team’s productivity. And they’re all free!
The Art of Meaningful Conversation
Presented by: Andrew Horn, Founder of Tribute
Andrew shares tangible strategies to overcome shyness and social anxiety, the best questions to ask in any kind of conversation, tricks to feeling confident, how to have a conversation with people you disagree with, how to spark meaningful conversation and more!
APPRECIATIVE LEADERSHIP FOR ADVISORS: How to Engage and Acknowledge Everyone in Your Work and World
Presented by: Blake Fly, Speaker, Author of “The Campus Life Guide”
Blake shares strategies to weave sincere and relevant methods of appreciation into every single interaction you have with your students, staff, colleagues and beyond! This is great for delivering feedback, getting replies to emails, and motivating students!
BALANCING WORK AND PLAY AS A CAMPUS LEADER
Presented by: Kristina Mereigh, Director of Wellness at Smith College, Founder of Live.Laugh.Boss
Kristina discusses how to avoid burnouts and how to take care of yourself when your job revolves around taking care of your students!
CONSENT ON CAMPUS
Presented by: Megan Rafuse, Founder of Shift Collaborative Therapy
Megan digs into the topic of consent and sexual assault on campuses. She offers step by step methods for helping those affected by sexual violence, easy initiatives to bring to your school to make campuses safer, and ways to integrate this conversation into your orientation weeks!
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SUICIDE AND CAMPUS LIFE
Presented by: Mark Henick,The National Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Canadian Mental Health Association
Mark discusses the difficult subject of suicide head-on, addressing the core drivers of suicidal thoughts and behaviours and how campus leaders can address the topic among students.
LOW COST HACKS FOR HIGH IMPACT MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMMING
Presented by: Jordan Axani, Chief Impact Officer at Disruptt
Jordan dives into different activities and programs campus leaders can host on campus to increase awareness and openness regarding student mental wellness.