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Leadership seminar in Mooresville

Leadership seminar in Mooresville
MOORESVILLE ó ěLeading Others and Connecting through Communicationî is the focus for Mountain State University Mooresvilleís upcoming leadership seminar Wednesday, May 25, from 2 to 3:30 p.m., MSU Mooresville, Catalina Bay, 517 Alcove Road, Lake Norman. The event will be led by Susan Rucker, D.H.A., lead leadership faculty member, Mooresville campus.
The second installment of the series will highlight the dynamic process of valuing and engaging others, building connections and teams and skillful communication.
The next seminar, ěLeading for Results with Resource Acumen,î is scheduled for Wednesday, July 20, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Remaining seminars óěLeading in a Climate of Changeî and ěLeading across Boundaries and Building Coalitionsî ó will be held in coming months. The series is free, but the university requests that attendees register online at www.mountainstate.edu/leadership-seminar.
Rucker has experience in adult education, hospital and business administration, strategic planning, community outreach and international outreach. During her 35-year career, she has been a senior hospital administrator, owner of a mid-sized, health-care consulting firm, executive director of a nonprofit community organization and university faculty member.
Prior to joining the faculty of Mountain State University, Rucker was interim director of the master of health administration program at UNC Charlotte.
The first seminar event was held March 23, and explored the theme of ěLeading Self with Character.î
For more information on the seminar series or MSUís leadership programs, call 704-664-3343 ext. 2011.

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