Leadership Development
Programs and Services

Redhawk Leadership Summit

  • Redhawk Leadership Summit is a free half-day leadership conference open to all students at Seattle University interested in building personal leadership skills. It is a chance for students to get to know other leaders on campus as well as develop their own skills. This year's summit will be on Saturday, March 7th.  Register now!

     We are excited to bring a fun, challenging and educational experience to campus. Most importantly, we believe that by learning together, participants develop a stronger community of leaders.

     This year's theme is Looking from the Inside Out: An Exploration of Emotional Intelligence. We'll explore the ways that emotional intelligence intersects with leadership, and hear from a variety of different speakers.

    A few helpful details to know:

    • The summit is open to ALL Seattle U students.
    • Sessions are facilitated by Seattle U staff, faculty, alumni and students.
    • Registration includes lunch.
    • We ask that participants attend the entire day as sessions build on the content running throughout the day.
    • The program is free, but there is a $20 charge for no-shows 

    Overview Schedule:

    10:00-10:30 am:  Check In (Pigott Atrium)

    10:30-11:30 am:  Opening Session, Featuring Keynote by Hartley McGrath ('02), Co-Instructor of Seattle University Emotional Intelligence Course (PIGT 101)

    11:40 am – 12:40 pm: Breakout Session 1 (Attendees will select from the following:)

     

    • Daniel Espinoza-Gonzalez : From Pain to Power: Finding Empowerment through Writing, Performing, and Breathing (PIGT 305)
    • Jan McLaughlin: Impression Management: Influencing Others (PIGT 306)

     

     12:40 – 1:25 pm: Lunch (Assigned groups)

     1:35 – 2:35 pm: Breakout Session 2 (Attendees will select from the following:)

     

    •  Christie Eppler and Colette Casavant: Emotional Intelligence in Healthy Relationships (PIGT 305)
    • Gary Grieve and Mileva Huljev: Emotionally Intelligent Leadership in Search and Rescue Situations (PIGT 306)

     2:35 – 3:00 pm: Small Group Discussion and Wrap-Up

     

    For answers to common questions, please visit our RLS FAQ page.

    If you have additional questions, please contact 206.296.LEAD (5323) or lead@seattleu.edu.