Warriors L.E.A.D. Summit


Want to further your professional development and have fun at the same time?

Look no further than the Warriors L.E.A.D. Summit. The Summit is an annual one-day retreat dedicated to students who want to become better leaders.

In the morning, you’ll listen to a keynote address from 12-time platinum award-winning musician Adam Met. He’ll share how he borrows practices from the music and entertainment industries and applies those practices to social activism efforts.

And in the afternoon, you’ll attend breakout sessions to explore a wide range of unique leadership topics. Past breakout sessions have covered fixed vs growth mindset, biases, and optimism. These mini workshops will be led by WSU students, faculty, and staff.

The best part: attending the Warriors L.E.A.D. Summit allows you to build your resumé and network with other student leaders on campus at no cost.

If you’re passionate about leadership and want to lead your own breakout session, we encourage you to present at this year’s Summit.

Event Details


This year's Warriors L.E.A.D. Summit will be held Saturday, April 2 in the Kryzsko Ballroom from 10am – 2pm.

Register online to save your spot today. Or you can sign up to attend the retreat the day of.

Once you register, you’ll receive a schedule of the retreat’s breakout session options.

The Summit planning committee will provide you with a pen and notepad to use throughout the retreat.

You’ll have the chance to win a variety of other goodies during the event as well, like leadership books, padfolios, water bottles, and more.

About the Keynote Speaker: Adam Met


You may know Adam Met as a singer and musician alongside his brothers in the band AJR. Adam is also an interdisciplinary thinker, humanitarian, and academic.

He'll be submitting his PhD dissertation on Human Rights and Sustainable Development next year.

He’s the Executive Director and Founder of Sustainable Partners, Inc. This non-profit organization develops brand campaigns to raise awareness of various philanthropies.

Adam’s work with the United Nations has helped amplify the Sustainable Development Goals.

He has also helped reach millions of people across the world, from Gen – Z to millennials and beyond.

Questions?


If you have any questions about the Warriors L.E.A.D. Summit—whether you’re interested in attending or presenting—please email Alex Thompson at warriorslead@winona.edu.