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Hosting a leadership workshop? Want to get it "CEO LEAD Certified"? Submit the request form below & email CEOLEAD@drexel.edu.
CEO LEAD Program: General Information
What is CEO LEAD? [Download the CEO LEAD Program Overview PDF for more info!]
- "CEO LEAD" stands for "Creating Experiential Opportunities for Leadership Education and Development".
- The CEO LEAD Program is a leadership development series providing you with the skills you need to succeed personally and professionally.
- Professional staff and trainers from area corporations and Drexel University faculty, staff, students, and alumni facilitate workshops.
- Students that participate in the workshops can receive CEO LEAD Certification. Student organizations can also earn certification if four or more of their members earn any level of certification.
- Students may participate in any scheduled workshop without working towards earning CEO LEAD certification. However, it is our belief that students attending a series of workshops will realize more substantial growth in their interpersonal and organizational leadership skills.
Who is the CEO LEAD Program Designed for?
- Members and leaders of student organizations at Drexel University.
- Students who desire to hold positions of leadership in the Drexel community.
- Any student that wishes to learn leadership and organizational skills and strategies.
How Will I Benefit from the Skills I Learn?
- Market your co-curricular experiences to potential employers and graduate schools.
- Improve your student organization’s ability to identify and attain goals.
- Identify your strengths and weaknesses and develop an action plan for personal and professional growth.
- Develop skills and strategies that are critical for success in student organizational, academic, and professional environments.
- Refine your leadership style and broaden your understanding of what it takes to excel and succeed in today’s work environment.
CEO LEAD Program: "CEO LEAD Certified" Workshops
What is a "CEO LEAD Certified" Workshop?
- A workshop planned by a student organization or campus partner (Drexel office or department) that creates leadership development opportunities for the Drexel student body.
- Workshops that qualify to be "CEO LEAD Certified" will be listed on the master CEO LEAD Program calendar, included in the weekly listserv email, and all students attending the event will receive (1) CEO LEAD credit (Click here for program certification requirements).
- All "CEO LEAD Certified" Workshops will be marketed by the CEO LEAD Program.
How do I get my organization's/department's workshop to be "CEO LEAD Certified"?
- Complete the "CEO LEAD Certified Workshop Request Form" and send it to CEOLEAD@drexel.edu at least two (2) weeks prior to your workshop date.
- Upon submission, your request will be reviewed and considered for the CEO LEAD calendar. You will be notified within one week of your submission date as to whether or not your workshop/event qualifies as a “CEO LEAD Certified” Workshop.
- Include the following message with any workshop advertising (i.e. flyers, DrexelNow, InfoNet, etc.): *This is a "CEO LEAD Certified" Workshop. For more details, visit http://drexel.edu/oca/leadership. In addition, all marketing materials should include the CEO LEAD logo (click to download) and copies should be emailed to CEOLEAD@drexel.edu.
- Ensure that your attendees receive CEO LEAD credit: you will need to track workshop attendance and have the audience complete a brief 60-second survey evaluation (Click to download sign-in sheet templates and survey evaluations).
- Submit Workshop Sign-in Sheets and 60-Second Surveys within 72-hours after the conclusion of your workshop. Electronic copies can be submitted via email to CEOLEAD@drexel.edu. Alternately, hard copies of these materials can be dropped off in the mailbox located outside of the office of the Associate Director of Campus Activities (Room 32F in the SORC – lower level, Creese Student Center - 3210 Chestnut Street).