Greek Life & Your Response to High Risk Behavior: Creating an Action Plan for Positive Change within Your Fraternal Community

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Add to Calendar 2015-03-24 00:00:00 2015-03-24 00:00:00 Greek Life & Your Response to High Risk Behavior: Creating an Action Plan for Positive Change within Your Fraternal Community PaperClip Communications is hosting a webinar on how to address the serious, and legitimate, concerns related to Greek Life on campus. The webinar will discuss successful strategies that can be used to recognize what needs to change within high-risk chapters or communities, how to communicate and identify effective actions that will hold students and chapters accountable, and how to create an action plan to help differentiate between incidents and issues and ways to take strategic action when addressing both. For more information and to register, clickhere. noreply@air.org America/New_York public

PaperClip Communications is hosting a webinar on how to address the serious, and legitimate, concerns related to Greek Life on campus. The webinar will discuss successful strategies that can be used to recognize what needs to change within high-risk chapters or communities, how to communicate and identify effective actions that will hold students and chapters accountable, and how to create an action plan to help differentiate between incidents and issues and ways to take strategic action when addressing both. For more information and to register, clickhere.


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