Hands-On Learning
Thought-Provoking Engagement
Workshops for Students

Educators know that students learn best when they can explore and apply new ideas in ways that engage them.

Dr. Robin Burk has experience engaging and empowering student groups of all sizes. Her workshops will augment your existing career, leadership and other campus resources to help students identify their passion, explore career options and craft a path toward a satisfying professional and personal life.

Robin offers workshops that explore the following topics in more depth than a keynote can achieve. She can also design a tailored workshop for related topics to align with your existing service offerings.

Topics for Keynotes Include:

Focus Your Passion and Create a Viable Career from Your Area of Interest

Marvelous Mentors – the Hidden Success Factor. Locate and Leverage Them

The View From the Other Side – Maintain Your Identity while Adding Value To Your Group or Company of Choice

Lead from Where You Are – Exercise Leadership Regardless of Role, the Mindset Directive

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What People are Saying:

“Dr. Burk brings a valuable combination of business and research leadership to bear on the challenges today’s students face in crafting a career and developing leadership skills. She’s adept at translating cutting edge research insights into practical, concrete steps that graduate and undergraduate students can apply to shape their future paths.” – Gregory Parnell PhD, Professor and Program Head, Previously Named Chair US Military Academy, Currently University of Arkansas

“Dr. Burk is a dynamic speaker, writer and coach, as well as a thought leader in connected systems. Her unique approach will not only help identify existing obstacles, but also illuminate a path towards continual growth and success. Business leaders, executives, and students will come away empowered with specific actions they can use to thrive in a rapidly changing world.” – Frederick I. Moxley, PhD, Executive Advisor and Professor Emeritus, NSC