Stedman Graham Workshop to be Presented by Ball State’s Lifelong Learning Program

Stedman Graham, photo providedStedman Graham, photo provided

By Jennifer Criss—

MUNCIE, IN—Ball State University will be hosting an exciting one-day workshop through its Lifelong Learning Program at the Fisher’s Center for Academic and Economic Innovation in Fishers, Indiana. This is a great opportunity for employers to develop and upskill their leadership teams.

Businesses can use Lifetime Learning to build talent pipelines or to upskill existing talent to fill open positions. On April 19th, employers have an opportunity to develop their leadership teams and emerging leaders through a one-time all-day workshop by Ball State distinguished alumnus Stedman Graham.

Business advisor, author, and educator, Stedman Graham, will be sharing his personal experience and insight into developing a personal brand and leadership style. In this transformative one-day workshop, Graham crystalizes, personalizes, and streamlines contemporary issues of leadership into an actionable Nine Step Success Process®. Gather your emerging and progressive leaders to create momentum that propels both personal career achievements and team triumphs.


Date: April 19, 2023

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Fishers Center for Academic and Economic Innovation Fishers, IN

Cost: $350 per person includes Stedman’s book, planner, and journal

Register Online 

 A group discount is available for organizations who wish to bring five or more employees; a savings of over $50 per person, or $299 for each attendee.

Email to purchase a group block for your organization at the reduced rate.


About Stedman Graham

Stedman Graham, ‘89, is Chairman and CEO of S. Graham and Associates. Mr. Graham’s “Identity Leadership” concept is based on the philosophy that people cannot lead others until they first lead themselves. His book about this concept, also titled Identity Leadership, was published in 2019. As an educator, Mr. Graham has been a distinguished visiting professor at numerous colleges and universities around the nation. Mr. Graham, who earned his master’s degree in education from Ball State in 1989, is a former adjunct professor at the Northwestern Kellogg School of Business, where he taught the course, “The Dynamics of Leadership.”

About Lifetime Learning by Ball State University 

Lifetime Learning by Ball State is the non-credit division of respected research university Ball State University. The division offers non-credit micro-credentials, badges, and skill-building programs delivered in seamless experiences on individual terms—your schedule, your lifestyle, your goals. At Ball State, you join a learning community that helps you chart your flight path to a fulfilling career and a meaningful life. Come FLY with us. Visit the Lifetime Learning website at or Facebook and LinkedIn for course updates.