One-Time Leadership Workshops

2021-22 One-Time Workshops Now Available

One-time commitment, stand-alone workshop offerings are designed to provide an overview of a single leadership topic. Each workshop is two hours in length. Registration is required.

These workshops are not a part of the certificate program. If you are interested in joining the 10-workshop certificate program, visit the certificate page by clicking here.

Upcoming One-Time Workshops

When: Thursday, February 3rd 4:30pm – 6:30 pm
Where: Talley Student Union 3285
Workshop Description: The most successful leaders are keenly self-aware and have the ability to effectively adjust their styles to meet the demands of their different roles. DISC profiles help us identify a leader’s preferred behavioral style; think of it as a road map showing how a leader is likely to show up in different situations. We can predict how they tend to do things, such as lead others, make decisions, and communicate.
Presenter: Dr. Alyssa Degreenia, Lecturer and Internship Coordinator, Agricultural Institute (Certified practitioner of the DISC assessment)

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When: Thursday, April 7th 6:00pm – 7:30 pm
Where: Talley Student Union 3285
Workshop Description: In a recent survey 79% of Gen Z respondents reported feeling lonely, isolated, left out and without companionship. In a world where we are more digitally connected than ever, our sense of human and authentic connection is at an all time low. In this workshop, we will explore how leaders can cultivate a sense of community, build connections, and make the world feel a little less lonely.
Presenter: Brian Mathis, M.A., Associate Director, Student Leadership and Engagement

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Contact Us

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