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Developing and Increasing Personal Effectiveness

Student Org Advisor Brown Bag


“More comfortable with practice than philosophy, members of the profession spend a great deal of time developing programs, services and procedures and much less time musing about values that support all those activities.”


Why have student organizations?

  • Students need to have fun

  • Learn to work with complicated organizations

  • Student learning is enhanced

    • Advisors can play an important role in making sure that these experiences are meaningful


Reflection

  • What have you learned as a result of [a specific experience]?

  • What have you learned in class that you can apply to that situation?

  • If you were to summarize for an employer what you have learned from this experience, what would you say?

  • If you were faced with this situation in the future what would you do differently?


Administrative Support

  • Knowing what administrative support is available

  • If you don’t believe the support available is adequate, evaluate if you should accept an invitation to serve as an advisor.


Coalitions

  • Student affairs professionals

  • Best thinking on issues of mutual interest, stronger voice on campus

  • Can be mutually beneficial – you all know students and their needs


Keeping the Work Rewarding

  • Watching Students Grow

  • Enjoying Students

  • Maintaining Perspective


Recommendations for Continuing Professional Education

  • Professional Organizations

    • NASPA

    • ACPA

    • NACA

  • Professional Reading

  • Training Opportunities

  • ACPA/NASPA Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners


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