Columbus State University's Leadership Institute is taking advantage of the community's new whitewater course to create a unique, engaging leadership development experience.
CSU's Leadership Institute now offers an experiential, results-driven, learning-oriented river trip incorporating teamwork, communication and trust — leadership concerns more often addressed in a classroom setting.
"The whitewater offering is the latest addition to a full slate of leadership development experiences the university offers," says Eva Cooper, director of leadership and business development for CSU's Leadership Institute.
"We are looking for ways that organizational team members can get out of the office, have a bit of fun, but also learn more about how they can operate more effectively on a day-to-day basis," Cooper says. "These experiences can be tailored to a company's needs to address a full slate of issues."
Columbus and CSU provide a wide array of experiential leadership development opportunities, including:
Cooper says each experience starts and ends with at least one of the Leadership Institute's experts, who regularly facilitate sessions around strategic planning, assessments, leadership development, executive coaching and other related areas.
"The experts take care of the adventures, but typically we discuss issues the client wants addressed, then follow up the experience with lessons learned and provide a framework for better synergy in the workplace," Cooper says.
For more information, you can contact Eva Cooper at cooper_eva@ColumbusState.edu or 706-569-3053.
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