Leadership

Leadership Team Building Ideas

While social distancing, it can be difficult to connect with the members of your leadership team. However, it is vital to continue being productive and connected. We want all teams to have an extra strong start to the next school year in order to make up for lost activities and events. Below are my top five tips to keep the DECA spirit alive with your leadership team!

How to Combat “Senioritis”

We all know the feeling. It’s the second semester, you’ve already been accepted to your dream school or landed the perfect job and you’re starting to feel your motivation decline. Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us! Here are a few tips that you can use to combat “senioritis” this year so you can finish strong.

Giving and Receiving Feedback

Perhaps one of the hardest professional skills to develop is giving and receiving feedback. However, once you begin to give and receive feedback in a positive matter, you will become a leader worth following.

How to Guarantee Your New Year’s Resolutions Come True

People are great at setting New Year’s resolutions, but not so great at following through with them. Regardless if it’s losing weight, getting straight A’s or winning DECA glass, the desire to achieve New Year’s resolutions remains, but the actions…

Five Beneficial Stress Management Tips

Stress is something that all of us are faced with, particularly at the start of the school year. Between classes, work and extracurricular activities, even the most experienced in time management can feel overwhelmed and overworked. Take advantage of the…

Your Guide to Task Management

Did you know that October 30th is National Checklist Day? In that spirit, I would like to share some of my best tips for task and time management so that you can stay productive within your chapter and association all year long.

What To Do After Your DECA Journey Ends

Last spring, I watched as my chapter’s new officer team was announced and sworn in to be next year’s leaders. A feeling of pride rushed over me knowing that the chapter had just completed another successful year and was left…