2016 LEADERSHIP ACADEMY HIGHLIGHTS

 

2016 Fraternities Represented:
 Delta Sigma Pi (business)
 Pi Sigma Epsilon (marketing)
 Phi Alpha Delta (law)
 Theta Tau (engineering)
 Phi Chi Theta (business)
 Alpha Phi Omega (service)
 Mu Phi Epsilon (music)
 Alpha Omega Epsilon (engineering & technical sciences)
 Phi Delta Epsilon (medical)
 Alpha Chi Sigma (chemistry)
 Phi Sigma Pi (honors)

     

"My favorite aspect of the academy was talking to professional fraternity members from different disciplines and stages in life and learning from them. One of the best things I learned from the academy was how to craft a realistic yet ambitious vision for the direction my chapter wants to take."Robert Dornbush, Phi Sigma Pi, George Washington University

BACKGROUND

On May 29-30th, student leaders and faculty advisors from professional fraternities had the opportunity to enhance their leadership and network skills during the PFA Leadership Academy.

The PFA Leadership Academy was professionally developed with curricula crafted by Karyn Sneath (www.npoweryourself.com) following “The Student Leadership Challenge” method written by James Kouzes and Barry Posner following the five practices of exemplary leadership: MODEL the way; INSPIRE a shared vision; CHALLENGE the process; ENABLE others to act; and ENCOURAGE the heart. Click HERE for more information about Karyn.

Chapter leaders and faculty advisors will take back to their membership an effective leadership plan for the future.

Participant Workbook

Facilitator Biographies

Though each of our professional fraternities represent different disciplines, there are many common threads which bind us together. Having the opportunity to work with other colleges and universities from around the country, representing different disciplines is truly rare opportunity.

Expect to carve relationships to last a lifetime and take home personal and professional leadership skills that will help you as an individual and your local chapter.

We are seeking chapter leaders and advisors of any age from professional fraternities who desire to grow their chapter and ultimately their organization as a whole.

Curricula is based on the Kouzes-Posner Leadership Challenge model for leadership development.  Testimonials abound by those who have experience The Leadership Challenge and those who witness the impact it has on others. Be sure to mark your calendar now!  Additional Registration information will be available shortly.

QUESTIONS?
 For questions regarding the PFA Leadership Academy or the Professional Fraternity Association, please contact:

PFA Headquarters
 Ann Devine, Executive Director
 headquarters@professionalfraternity.org
 414-324-5827
 www.professionalfraternity.org