The Apathy Myth; Real Answers to Unmotivated Members
What if you were told that what you think is apathy is actually the result of poor leadership that is unresponsive to the needs of the students in your organization? Would you open your mind to the possibility that there are ways to motivate your group members that don't require making every single event mandatory?
T.J. Sullivan offers student leaders practical ideas – evaluating their events, changing their approach to meetings, and redirecting their management of their people – attacking apathy head on. It’s about shaking things up, with an eye to re-igniting passion in their organizations. Leaders have the power to eliminate apathy if they take specific steps to improve their organizations and their approach to serving their members.