Followership Styles & Career Advancement [Registration Required]

Oct 11

Friday, October 11, 2019 - 10:00am to 11:30am

3240B Fitzpatrick Center (MEMP Suite)

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Presenter

Patrick Madsen, Ph.D.

Pratt Master's students can register for this workshop at wconline.pratt.duke.edu on the Professional Development Masters F19 Schedule. Career advancement is based on your skills not only as a leader, but also as a follower. Do you find yourself just following the crowd, not taking a chance? Do you feel unappreciated or not caring anymore? This interactive presentation will take students through a discovery of their followership style, how each style is articulated on the job, and how they may affect career projection now and in the future for staff and yourself. Presentation includes a brief followership style assessment, examples to assist in understanding each style, strategies to move into a more "effective follower", and open discussion. Patrick Madsen is the Director of the Career Services Center at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He leads a team of career team members towards the development of a career curriculum for students and a talent acquisition program for employers seeking to recruit. His background includes a degree in Psychology from North Carolina State University, a master's degree in Counseling from East Carolina University, and a doctorate in Organizational Leadership/Student Affairs from Nova Southeastern University. Currently, Dr. Madsen has almost twenty years of experience in higher education and fifteen years of experience teaching at the university level.

Contact

Rudell, Carey
919-613-6749
carey.rudell@duke.edu