One-Time Leadership Workshops

Students participating in a team development workshop.

One-Time Workshops

One-time commitment, stand-alone workshops offerings are designed to provide a quick overview of a single leadership topic. They are not part of the certificate program. Each workshop is two hours in length.

Upcoming Workshops

Select from the collapsible panels below to learn more and register for the workshops. Registration is required for each workshop individually.

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  • Imposter Syndrome is “commonly understood as a false and sometimes crippling belief that one’s successes are the product of luck or fraud rather than skill.” Imposter Syndrome greatly impacts people from marginalized communities, including women and people of color, and many people in leadership positions report dealing with the effects of Imposter Syndrome. This session will explore strategies for leaders to affirm their skills and abilities in order to overcome Imposter Syndrome and lead with confidence.
  • Presenter: Bri Hart, M.Ed., Academic Advisor, Wilson College of Textiles
  • Location: Talley 3285

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  • What does it mean to be a socially responsible leader? Come explore your values and how you can commit to being a socially responsible leader now and in the future.
  • Presenter: Mike Giancola, M.Ed & M.S.., Assistant Vice Provost & Student Ombudsperson
  • Location: Talley 3222

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  • This interactive workshop will assist students in identifying behaviors that inhibit groups and organizations from working successfully. But more importantly, students will walk out with techniques and tips for keeping their professional manner intact and their organization running smoothly.
  • Presenter: Dr. Jackie Bruce, Associate Professor of Agricultural & Human Science
  • Location: Talley 3285

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  • True Colors is a personality and communication styles inventory that will help you improve your leadership skills. Come learn not only how you can best communicate with others, but also how to prevent communication breakdowns from happening in the first place! Learn how to best lead your diverse group of team members and valuable skills for increasing communication across all members!
  • Presenter: Katy Weilbrenner, M.Ed., Community Director of Wolf Ridge Apartments
  • Location: Talley 3285

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  • Did you know there are Five Love Languages to show appreciation? Speaking and knowing the language of those you lead, is a great way to inspire and motivate others. Join us for this special Valentine’s themed leadership workshop!
  • Presenter: Brian Mathis, M.A., Associate Director of Leadership and Civic Engagement
  • Location: Talley 3210

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  • The interactive workshop is designed to explore the intersectionality of leadership, sustainability, and ethics. This session will examine social, environmental, and economic consequences of certain types of behavior. It will map out the sustainable impact of the decision making process, and learn effective communication strategies. Students will evaluate the paradoxes of ethics by working through contemporary scenarios. Students will learn how to build a narrative of intent and purpose, and make better decisions in complex environments with competing demands. This session will discuss how to leverage social dynamics to drive the flow of ideas and social learning. Students will learn a framework for increasing their sustainability leadership impact.
  • Presenter: Oppong Hemeng, M.S., Sustainability Program Specialist
  • Location: Talley 3285

Student Organization Resources

If you’re looking for additional workshops to build skills to better serve your student organizations, check out Student Involvement’s Wolfpack Organization Workshop Series.