Tag: Georgetown University

Leadership Tip of the Day: Conflict Styles – Smoothing

The third conflict resolution style is discussed by A’ric Jackson in today’s LTOTD! Want to view more leadership tips? Check them out here! […]

Leadership Tip of the Day: Conflict Styles – Forcing

Forcing, the second conflict resolution style, is broken down and explained in today’s LTOTD! Want to view more leadership tips? Check them out […]

Leadership Tip of the Day: Conflict Styles – Withdrawing

A’ric explains the first conflict resolution style, withdrawing. Want to view more leadership tips? Check them out here! To stay up-to-date on all […]

Leadership Tip of the Day: Conflict

Although it can be scary, conflict is the building block to leadership. A’ric breaks down this concept in today’s LTOTD! Want to view […]

VIDEO I Court Is In Session: #NSLCLAWA Mock Trials

  All of the preparation has led up to this – our Law and Advocacy students showed their skills as attorneys today at […]

Leadership Tip of the Day: Communication & Speaking/Tonation

A’ric Jackson ends his tips about communication by discussing how your tone can affect the way you say things! Want to view more […]

Law and Advocacy Students Participate in Voir Dire!

  Our #NSLCLAWA students learned how picking members of a jury can be both difficult, yet lots of fun in this exaggerated and […]

VIDEO I #NSLCINTL Finish Their Lecture Series!

  Our International Diplomacy program loved their lecture series with Dr. Dylan Craig this past week. All of them were filled with theories […]

Leadership Tip of the Day: Communication & Body Language

Continuing on with communication, A’ric explains how body language can make or break a first impression! Want to view more leadership tips? Check […]

International Diplomacy Students Visit the Embassies of Saudi Arabia and China!

  Our #NSLCINTL students visited both the Embassies of Saudi Arabia and China these past few days. The students loved learning about the […]