The Eberly Center is bringing back its Lunch and Lead series this spring with leadership development sessions on how to create positive change in your personal life, how to foster equitable work environments and how to maximize your digital network.
Malaika Bell, interim executive director for the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at UToledo, will kick off the spring series at noon Tuesday, Jan. 25, with a session on how to use the Law of Attraction to bring positive life changes.
In honor of Black History Month, at noon Thursday, Feb. 17, Angelica Johnson, interim program manager for racial equity and diversity training, will facilitate a discussion on how to develop cultural competencies for creating a more racially inclusive and equitable workplace.
For Women’s History Month, at noon Thursday, March 17, Dr. Angela Fitzpatrick, director of the Eberly Center, will offer a workshop on how to close the gender gap in leadership through personal transformation, bystander intervention and systemic change.
Shannon Niedzwicki, assistant director for Career Services, will close out the spring series with a session on how to create a high-impact presence on LinkedIn, the virtual networking platform for professionals.
“We are excited to offer a unique blend of personal and professional development sessions this semester to support the growth of leaders on campus and in the greater Toledo area,” said Dr. Fitzpatrick, director of the Eberly Center.
All Lunch and Lead sessions are virtual, free of charge and open to the public. Participants must RSVP online to receive the Zoom link.