Steering The Leadership

Nicole Belber May 3, 2020 9:39 pm

Body Language in Physical Therapy

In the world of medical professions, communication is key in a patient-provider relationship. In Physical Therapy, like all other medical professions, this fact rings true. As a physical therapist, your job is to evaluate and treat pains or mobility issues your patient is having, and in doing that...

Katelin Decker Nov 11, 2019 11:05 pm

How to Motivate Your Team

Motivation is the intrinsic force that incites people to act, coming from a desire to accomplish a goal or meet a need. An ideally motivated workplace consists of a team whose individual desires are synonymous with the organization’s objective. Oftentimes employers utilize positive reinforcement,...

Kelsey Mashinski May 6, 2019 12:00 am

Are You Listening to Me?

How many times have you found yourself in this situation? It’s the first day of something; perhaps it’s school, college, a job, or anywhere where the people around you are unfamiliar. As is custom to situations like this, you introduce yourself to these unfamiliar people. Maybe you tell them your...

Hanna Grove Apr 16, 2019 12:00 am

The Sky's the Limit: How to Make Art in an Academic Setting

As an art student in college, I find that I’m making less of my own art. I’ve realized that the projects I’m making are all class assignments rather than projects that follow my own creative whims, and I have to yank ideas from my brain instead of letting them come to me naturally. Art has always...

Casey McMullin Apr 2, 2019 12:00 am

Self-Depreciation: Why Do We Do It?

In my social circle, humor has a tendency to revolve around self-depreciation. One of the most common responses to “Why did you do this?” is often something like, “Because I’m a disaster and don’t know what I’m doing!” This sense of self-depreciation is deeply ingrained in many of my peers as well...

Rebekah Abraham Feb 20, 2019 12:00 am

The Art of Authentic Praise

Who doesn’t love to have their work recognized? Whether exalted publicly or privately, people love when their work is praised. Accolades make individuals feel relevant in their work environment. However, praise in the workplace is often misused or underemphasized. Some managers become incredibly...

Annie Marie Jablonski Jan 28, 2018 12:00 am

Friendship vs. Leadership... Can Both Prevail?

An important aspect to leadership is authenticity. People will always gain more support for a topic or idea when they believe whole-heartedly in it. However, being able to show dedication as a leader does not always come easily. Obstacles can often stand in a leader’s way, whether that may be...

Devon Miller Jan 28, 2018 12:00 am

The Power of Relationships

“It is through our relating with other human beings that we grow and evolve — and how we deepen and expand our experience of love and meaning” (Findley 2016). As humans we crave social interaction and building relationships. As leaders, we sometimes forget this. We forget that we don’t always have...

Kiersten Griesback Jan 28, 2018 12:00 am

Accepting Change

There is little doubt that in today’s world, change is occurring at a rate more rapid than ever. Some businesses are taking advantage of this constantly shifting tide, while others are slowly being swallowed under the weight of the future. Those that are successful are headed by individuals that...

Tessa Paige Jan 28, 2018 12:00 am

Mentoring: Not For Everyone (Like Me)

Since the beginning of my college experience, I have been trying to push myself into more and more outgoing roles. While originally motivated to try to build a resume, I quickly found that I honestly enjoyed being involved in student organizations, event planning, and a myriad of other...

Annie Marie Jablonski Jan 28, 2018 12:00 am

The Importance of Early Leadership Education

Coming into a university Honors Program that is centered on leadership, it is with no surprise that the students that are members of Arcadia’s Honors Program are the same students that are heavily involved in student leadership roles around campus. However, we did not all enter this university as...

Helene Klein Jan 28, 2018 12:00 am

Selling Creativity Afters Years of Logic Based Education

When I first started teaching leadership I did a lot of research on what employers want for our graduates. How can I best enable my students to be successful in the marketplace and also be happy in their careers. I read everything I could find on leadership. Some things, I will admit, I dismissed...