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PSLI Wellness Track
The Wellness Track
The President’s Student Leadership Institute (PSLI) is a co-curricular certificate program designed to expose students to contemporary issues in leadership and professional development in order to prepare participants for professional leadership in a diverse workplace. PSLI is an interprofessional program that creates opportunities for students in different fields to interact and learn from one another. This program will use a series of lunchtime seminars, discussions, and service opportunities to support the learning throughout the course of the academic year. Unless otherwise noted, seminars will take place in the SMC Campus Center, third floor, from noon to 1 p.m. A light lunch will be available.
The Wellness Track
Successful leadership requires a healthy leader. We can only lead to the degree that we are well enough to lead — body, mind, and spirit. Our energy, motivation, productivity, creativity, and interpersonal savvy are contingent upon our own health and well-being. Participants will learn effective tools to achieve work-life balance, stress management, resilience, and a positive mind-set. Potential Seminar Offerings: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life; Instant Calm; Building Resilience; Mindful Eating; Managing Stress and Anxiety.
Upon completion of the program, participants will be invited to a Student Leadership Awards and Recognition Ceremony. President Perman and the ISLSI team will recognize the President's Fellows and the PSLI program graduates by presenting them with certificates and the UMB medal. These students will be wearing the UMB medals proudly during Commencement. For more information on the PSLI Wellness Track, go to ILSLI's PSLI page.