LEAD Workshops

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Leadership, Exploration, and Development

Each year students have the opportunity to attend over 20 one-time LEAD workshops to learn about a variety of leadership topics.  These events occur on Wednesday’s throughout each fall and spring semester.  We partner with the Career Center, the Center for Identity and Inclusion, and the Ethnic Studies Department to provide a robust offering of topics.   Example topics include:

  • Socially Responsible Leadership
  • Teamwork: Collaborating with others!
  • Emotional Intelligence: Managing Relationships @ Work
  • Racial Inequalities and Leadership
  • Failing Up: Learning to embrace failure as a leader
  • Imposter Syndrome: Know it, Name it, Tame it!
  • Gender Identity and Leadership
  • Interrupting Bias
  • Exploring Your Relationship with Risk
  • Followership: Exploring roles as a leader from the middle

Student Life also offers some on-demand workshops viewable now on the Student Life YouTube Channel.  Topics include: How to Adult, Managing Change, Listening Skills for Leaders, Conflict Management, Decision Making, Leadership Lessons from Dungeons & Dragons.

List of workshops