Lead the Way - Student Development Series: Model the Way

Lead the Way - Student Development Series: Model the Way

Photo of Bobbi DamrowLeadership is a mindset—not a trait. It is a learned set of skills that anyone is capable of achieving, but you have to put in the work. Leaders never stop learning, aspire to do better, believe in themselves, and recognize that success comes from the efforts of an entire team.

Through this series, you will learn the five practices of great leaders based on Kouzes and Posner’s Leadership Challenge. Influential people from our district will share what it means to be a great leader, and will identify the tangible ways you can work to be the best leader possible.

Sessions are designed for students but open to the public.

Session 1: Model the Way

Join us for our first installment in the series, Model the Way, with Dr. Bobbi Damrow.

Dr. Bobbi Damrow has held a career within the Wisconsin Technical College System for eight years. Bobbi joined Mid-State as the vice president of Workforce & Economic Development in 2017 after serving as the dean of business and industry and regional campuses at Northcentral Technical College.

Prior to her career in education, Bobbi had a successful career in private industry. She sits on a number of community boards and is a partner in three businesses with her husband. Bobbi earned a doctorate in educational leadership at Madison’s Edgewood College. She earned her master’s degree in business management from Bellevue University, her bachelor’s in business administration from Cardinal Stritch University, and an associate degree from Northcentral Technical College.

When:

Monday, September 17
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.

Where:

Wisconsin Rapids Campus – I108
Stevens Point Campus – Room 212
Marshfield Campus – Room 105

Registration:

There is no need to register in advance for this presentation.

Questions:

Contact Natasha Miller at natasha.miller@mstc.edu or 715.422.5558.

If you have a disability and require accommodations to participate in this activity, contact the event coordinator as soon as possible, ideally 14 days in advance.