Baylor Leadership Summit

Baylor Leadership Summit

Baylor Leadership Summit Registration
 

Register now to take advantage of early bird registration

Early Bird Registration (by March 8):$40

  Regular Registration (March 9-22): $50

      Late Registration (March 23-30): $60

Baylor students, faculty and staff receive a discount during registration!

Details: 

Saturday, March 30, 2019
Bill Daniel Student Center & Cashion Academic Center, Baylor University

Keynote Speaker: Stan Pearson

Stan Pearson II is a bi-lingual speaker, motivational comedian, and author. He was voted Speaker of the Year 2011 by APCA and a Diversity Artist of the Year finalist by Campus Activities Magazine. His presentations connect, entertain, and educate everyone, regardless of race, gender, age, religion, or cultural or socio-economic background.

Pearson earned his BA in Spanish from Missouri Western State University and his masters in business administration with a concentration in management from Texas A & M International University. While an undergraduate, Pearson had political aspirations and was able to intern for the late Governor Mel Carnahan in the Office of Boards and Commissions, and later for his wife, Senator Jean Carnahan, on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. He believes you're good, you're great, you're worth it!

 

BLS Purpose

Preparing students to engage culture while leading in an ever changing world.

 

BLS Learning Outcomes

By participating in the Baylor Leadership Summit, students will:

  • Enhance their cross-cultural competency and ability to work with people who are different from themselves.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the importance of a healthy ethnic identity.
  • Discover ways to build meaningful intra-dependent and inter-dependent relationships that foster collaboration.
  • Discuss the perspectives and experiences of different ethnicities, including African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic/Latino, and White.
  • Gain effective leadership knowledge and skills, such as time management, organization, communication, and event planning, to manage student organizations.
  • Participate in round table discussions covering several topics, from budgeting to officer transitioning.
  • Experience meaningful interactions with students from a variety of different colleges & universities.