Learn the Six Most Important Dynamic Leadership Skills

Join us virtually as we highlight simple tools you can implement to assess, refine, and build your leadership skills within any field.

Dynamic Leadership: the Six Most Important Skills
Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022
6 - 7 p.m. (EST)

Zoom webinar

What to expect:

  • learn the six most important skills in dynamic leadership within any field
  • gain insight from leadership experiences of featured speakers
  • leadership trivia with UF swag prizes
  • opportunity for Q&A with our speakers


Chris Ostrander headshotUF Board of Trustees Chairman Chris Ostrander, CEO & Managing Partner, Premier Staffing





Featured Speakers:

Christine Tulley headshotChristine Tulley, Ph.D., professor of English, director of the Master of Arts in Rhetoric & Writing Program & the Center for Teaching Excellence Faculty Liaison
Christine Tulley is Professor of English and Founder and Director of the Master of Arts in Rhetoric and Writing at The University of Findlay. As the campus Academic Development Coordinator, she runs faculty writing groups and offers tenure and promotion application support including effective practices for writing teaching philosophies and persuasive reflective statements. She offers consulting on academic writing project management and a variety of other faculty productivity workshops. See https://christinetulley.wordpress.com/ for more.


Coach Rob Keys headshotRob Keys, head coach Oilers football

Coach Keys was voted the Great Midwest Athletic Conference (G-MAC) Coach of the Year and led the Oilers to their first conference title since the 1997 campaign, which earned Findlay a second trip to the NCAA Division II playoffs. They finished the year with an 8-4 record and had 21 players earn all-conference accolades.



Jaison Grimes headshotJaison Grimes '02, M.D., assistant professor of clinical neurology & program director of adult neurology residency, Indiana University School of Medicine





Online registration is closed. Late registrations can be taken via the Wolfe Center for Alumni, Parents, and Friends at 419-434-4008.