Emerging Leaders

 Emerging Leaders at Loyola University New Orleans

The Emerging Leaders Program seeks to develop the leadership talents and abilities of students who are interested in gaining personal leadership development, developing meaningful relationships with peers, and discussing topics such as personal leadership style, bystander behavior, values identification, muliculturalism and much more.  

Emerging Leaders SAMPLE Topics

ELP I sessions include:

  • Discovering Your Personal Leadership Style and Strengths
  • Values Identification and Values Based Decision Making
  • Step Up: Bystander Behavior
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Leadership Live Panel Discussions with Influential Students on Campus
  • Developing Your Personal Leadership Philosophy and How to Use at Loyola
  • Understanding Leadership: Leadership Styles and Frameworks
  • Diversity, Multiculturalism, Inclusivity

"Participating in Emerging Leaders aided in my leadership development and helped me gain the skills necessary to become a leader on Loyola's campus. It also gave me the opportunity to meet others who value leadership and want to contribute to Loyola through their involvements." --Margaret Vienne, Former Vice President for Programming for Student Government Association

Past Emerging Leaders participants include Student Government Association executives, Residential Advisors (RA's), Interns for on campus departments, New Student Orientation Coordinators, leaders in numerous organizations, and off campus community projects. 

If you have any questions about the Emerging Leaders Program or Leadership at Loyno, please contact Caitlin Dobson, Assistant Director of Leadership and Student Engagement, at cdobson@loyno.edu or at (504) 865-3622.