Events

When:

Thursday, February 27, 2020
2:00–3:00 p.m.

Where:

Hagedorn Hall of Enterprise 211
 
 

Silo Management for Better Outcomes


Silo Management and Student Engagement demonstrates the impact management styles have on the lives of students in higher education. This interactive workshop is for any student enrolled in the Leadership Certificate Program. 

About the Presenter:

Scott Zotto is a Licensed Master level Social Worker, focusing on work with LGBTQ+ individuals, couples and groups. In addition to his work with clients, he also studies organizational management styles focusing, primarily, on the impact silo management constructions have on institutions. Scott has worked in higher education since 2005 in several capacities currently serving as Adelphi University’s Coordinator of Substance Use Counseling and Prevention Programming. In addition, he teaches in the Department of Theatre and the School of Social Work, Manhattan Center. He earned his MSW from Adelphi in 2009.

This event is part of Adelphi’s Leadership Certificate Program.

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Leadership Certificate Program LogoAbout the Leadership Certificate Program

The Leadership Certificate Program is an interdepartmental initiative hosted by the Center for Career and Professional Development, the Center for Student Involvement, the Office of Alumni Relations and the Robert B. Willumstad School of Business.

Its goal is to offer Adelphi undergraduate and graduate students opportunities to develop leadership and professional skills. Participants are able to attend workshops on a wide variety of topics during the course of the year. 


Requirements for Students

To participate in the Leadership Certificate Program, you must RSVP for a minimum of six events. Each student must complete the workshops within the academic year. Events are added throughout the year.


For further information, please contact:

Center for Student Involvement
Earle Hall, Lower Level
Rooms 001, 003, 004, 006 and 010
p – 516.877.3603
e – csi@adelphi.edu