Recordings of Prior Career Programs: Leadership

Alumni Career & Professional Development offers regular career programs in person and virtually. You can find the video replays of those covering leadership below.

Finding Your Voice as a Young Leader, 2019
Katrina Yoshida (BA ’14) discusses how to become an influential leader instead of a title leader.

  1. Introduction and Overview (4:24)
  2. Vulnerability (6:29)
  3. Choose Courage, Humility, Listening and Yourself Often (6:51)
  4. Intent v. Impact (5:20)
  5. Connect (5:21)
  6. Embrace the Gray and Wrap-up (3:14)
  7. Q&A: Balance Vulnerability; Mentorship; Communicating Choosing Yourself; Overcoming Fear; Be Strategic (15:05)

Lead Yourself First to Get What You Truly Want, 2019
Denise Liebetrau discusses the importance of focus and manage your own emotions as a tactic to get what you want out of your career.

  1. What Makes a Great Leader? (7:03)
  2. The Role of Emotional Intelligence (6:07)
  3. Build Emotional Resilience (15:52)
  4. The Energy Project (7:35)
  5. Self-Care (6:22)
  6. Better Results Equals Better Pay (3:45)
  7. Q&A: SOAR Stories, Compartmentalizing (7:59)

Leader as Coach, 2019
David Morelli teaches best practices for leaders coaching their teams.

  1. What is Coaching? (12:28)
  2. Benefits of Coaching (11:17)
  3. Coaching Models (5:00)
  4. Coaching with Questions (5:42)
  5. Create Powerful Questions (10:37)
  6. Coaching Demo (10:28)

Leadership & Intentionality, 2019
Kristina Scala, (MA ’16), a thought leader in education and entrepreneurship, blends the two as president and founder of Aspen Academy.

  1. Key Characteristics of an Intentional Leader (7:02)
  2. Building your Leadership Brand (11:47)
  3. Proactive & Responsive Leadership (16:56)
  4. Setting Markers & Social Emotional Intelligence (4:00)
  5. Q&A, Putting Out Fires, Create Passion (18:44)
By Cindy Hyman
Cindy Hyman Director of Alumni Career & Professional Development Cindy Hyman