The Organization Development Directors exist so that organizations can thrive and be essential to the
Elon Community. Student leaders are very busy, so the Org. Development Directors do the work for
you. Packets containing information about Retention, Communication, and others, are available upon
request, and online versions will be coming soon! Whether your organization is functioning smoothly or
struggling, they can help you. Please do not hesitate to set up an appointment to discuss any concerns
or to just get to know them.
Allow us to customize a workshop that meets your organization's needs by completing an online request form!
We are currently planning events for Spring 2014! Below are some tentative dates. Please check back soon for more information.
|Recruitment and Retention||Encouragement|
|Icebreakers for Meeting/Retreats||Online SWOT Analysis||Retreat Locations|
SGA is revamping it's Organization Council! Stay tuned for more information!
Click here to find out who your SGA Org Council Representative is: Organization Council Website !
Need information about becoming an organization? Want information about upcoming events from the Office of Student Activites?
Click here: Student Activites Website
In February 2013, Student leaders met to set goals, learn about important happenings on campus/resources available, and speak with high-level administrators. This was also an opportunity for student leaders to connect and share their ideas with others.There is also a President's Dinner that happens every Fall. Student leaders meet at the President's House in preparation for the year ahead.
Intersect 2013: Diversity and Leadership Conference is a conference open to students, faculty, and professional staff at Elon to provide participants with an unprecedented look at the disciplines of diversity, leadership and the cross-sections of the two. Co-sponsored by the Center for Leadership and the Multicultural Center, Intersect was a new initiative for 2012. These topics were explored through two independent conferences: the Diversity Leadership Conference and the Leadership Development Institute. During this two-day conference, participants will engage in dialogue, reflection and training through keynote speakers, workshops and lunch and learns. The conference pillars: power and privilege, social change, oppression, and organizational development work to inspire participants to create positive change for the common good in their organizations and community.