Focusing on the crossroads of theory and practice, Views from the 202: Leadership Discussions with the GLC at Gettysburg College , is directed at current and aspiring student leaders who are interested in further pursuing, developing, and refining their leadership knowledge and ability. Through conversations with student and professional staff at the GLC, in addition to guests, the aim is to discuss a particular theory of leadership in light of a current or everyday dilemma leaders face and offer practical steps for how to grow as individuals and better address situations from a more informed perspective.
Get to know hosts Garrett Glaeser ‘21 and GLC Executive Director Andy Hughes for an in depth preview of Views from the 202: Leadership Discussions with the GLC at Gettysburg College! Hear about how the idea for a GLC podcast came about and what to expect for the upcoming episodes.
July 24, 2020
Since departing from campus in early March, Gettysburg students have witnessed and experienced some truly challenging times. Hear from Garrett how the men’s lacrosse team navigated a rapidly unraveling COVID-19 situation over spring break and how coaches and team leaders stepped up using self-awareness. Learn about some practical steps to help you and your group navigate the current and next period of difficulty with a reflective and positive attitude. We cover:
- How leadership can be harmful as noted by leadership scholar Dr. Ron Heifetz
- The importance of Emotional Intelligence as outlined by Dr. Daniel Goleman
- The Feeling Wheel by Dr. Gloria Willcox
- A team reflection exercise
July 30, 2020