National Society for Leadership and Success holds Leadership Training Day

The MSU Chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) will be holding its Leadership Training Day sessions on Sept 30 at 5pm and on Oct 4 at 3pm at MSU.

“Our main purpose is to help students develop their leadership skills, in their own way. Our leadership day is part of our induction process,” MSU student and NSLS Vice President Maria Rodriguez said, “It is going to be an hour and 45 minutes long. We will get together, do ice breakers, watch some videos about motivational steps and focus on how we can actually help develop student leadership skills.”

The NSLS is a national collegiate organization and honors society focused on goal fulfillment and leadership training. MSU’s NSLS chapter is a relatively new student organization, which was established in the fall of 2014.

According to the NSLS website, Leadership Training Day is the second step to being inducted as a member of NSLS. The website says that “student members attend an interactive video training session where they identify goals and overcome obstacles. This interactive and introspective seminar helps members identify their true passions and strengths while creating action steps to achieve their goals.”

Prerequisites for membership in NSLS include attendance of the following events: orientation, Leadership Training Day, three guest speaker broadcasts, three success networking team meetings, and an Induction Ceremony. Additionally, members pay a one-time fee of $85, $10 of which are used to fund the local chapter and $75 of which are used by the national organization to pay for services including motivational speakers and mailing expenses.

For more information, MSU Chapter President Ryan Davies can be contacted at davies.ryan91@gmail.com.