Greek 201 Application
Greek 201 is a half-day mini-retreat (11/4 at 1pm in 2263 KC) that enhances your understanding of team dynamics and group values. This retreat is designed for chapter members/individuals to develop their interpersonal leadership skills, focusing on building their capacity to work with groups and collaborate.
Throughout the day they will participate in discussions and activities that will give them tools to take back and implement to their organizations or work. Learning how to use the Appreciative Inquiry (AI) model, participants will discover the practice of searching and seeking out the best in people, organizations, and our world through of asking questions that strengthen a system's capacity to capture, expect, and amplify positive potential. We will also look closely at three aspects of the Social Change Model: Collaboration, finding a common purpose, and working through controversy with civility. These are aspects that will help your group to continually succeed and to achieve high goals. Participating in this program will help you to become a leader in your chapter and in the community, while developing the characteristics needed to become a more established member of the Grand Valley fraternity/sorority life community and meet some of your fellow Lakers.