Developing leadership & entrepreneurial skills
Why do we avoid conversations about the “tough stuff” that really matters with important people at work and home? In this workshop, you will learn essential skills and mindset to turn difficult situations into productive and connected building blocks for innovation, decision making and supportive connection. Generative communication skills, a growth mindset and thoughtful advance preparation are at the heart of lasting, productive relationships.
Open to all current Stanford graduate students, space is limited.
The Rising Environmental Leaders Program (RELP) at Stanford's Woods Institute is developing the next generation of environmental leaders.
Learn practical and proactive methods to tame your inner critic and succeed academically and professionally in this interactive workshop, for all graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.
INSTRUCTOR: Stacey Sargent
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 from 4:15PM - 6:15PM
Stacey Sargent’s website
Each year, the Haas Center awards GPS fellowships to twenty graduate students who are planning to integrate public service or community-engaged scholarship into their professional careers.
The Entrepreneurial Thought Leader Series (ETL) is a weekly lecture series on entrepreneurship featuring talks by leading entrepreneurs in technology, business, finance, education and philanthropy.
StartX is an educational, non-profit business incubator associated with Stanford.
Body language speaks louder than words.
Often individuals feel they must assimilate or hide parts of who they are in order to be included and accepted. Covering is a strategy that downplays a known disfavored identity.
The Women's Community Center (WCC) has compiled a list of on-campus resources that support women in STEM.
The Stanford Women’s Community Center introduces the Gender, Equity, and Justice Summit (formerly known as the Stanford Women’s Leadership Conference).