Leadership on Demand

Leadership On Demand workshops are meant to be self-contained, one-hour tutorials on specific leadership concepts and skills. Previous topics have included local demographics, public speaking, leadership, and more. No prior registration necessary, just bring your ID card to receive credit for attending. Seating is first-come, first-served. All participants are welcome. If you need special accommodations please view the campus Accessibility Resource Guide or call 559-278-2741.

Leadership Academy

Attend any 4 Leadership On Demand workshops per semester and be received into the Leadership Academy! Students in the Leadership Academy receive a certificate of accomplishment, a Credly badge to put on your LinkedIn profile, and receive special perks throughout the semester! Students who are a part of the Leadership Academy can also attend 3 Academic Success workshops through SupportNet and become Academic Leaders. View the Academic Success workshop schedule at the following link: bit.ly/academicleader.

Fall 2018 Leadership On Demand Schedule

Each Leadership On Demand workshop will be held on Tuesdays in USU 312-314 from 5-6 PM. Topic schedule subject to change.

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Date Workshop Title Presenter
Tues.,
Sept. 25
Riding the Waves to Success
Coach Jaime White
Jaime White, head coach of the Fresno State women’s basketball program, is no stranger to riding the waves of success as a leader.  As she enters her fifth season with the Bulldogs, Coach White has Guided the ‘Dogs to two 20-win seasons, three postseason appearances and two appearances in the Mountain West tournament championship game. Join Coach White as she shares anecdotes from her own experiences how choices, challenges, and consequences all factor into successfully riding the waves of life.  Just like the ocean, we all face challenging waves and have the choice to conquer and find joy when tsunamis come our way.
Tues.,
Oct. 2
Netflix & Lead
Camerina Morales & Sophie Karas
The Center for Leadership staff introduces you to the Five Exemplary Leadership Practices by Kouzes and Posner, explaining common leadership practices through a discussion based workshop, while making connections to popular Netflix tv series characters and how they exemplify leadership.
Tues.,
Oct. 9
The Woke Leader John Hunt & Sophie Karas
Woke: "aware and knowledgeable about your community and the world, with the willingness to access and critique systems of oppression" (Maya Sugarman, 2017; 89.3 KPCC). The Center for Leadership staff will guide you in a workshop about what it means to be woke and describe what makes an effective, woke leader.
Tues.,
Oct. 16
A Walk in the Footsteps Of Jamaal Washington Jamaal Washington
This workshop introduces students to the journey of Jamaal Washington including insights into his early life, the odds he had to overcome to get to college, and the process of moving forward in spite of actual, situational, and perceived obstacles to his success as a leader.  The theme shares how mentors provided footsteps for Jamaal, with the hopes that his story will provide valuable footsteps for students to follow.
Tues., 
Oct. 23
Student Leader Panel Deja Wright, Primavera Martinez, & Stefan Alvidrez
Experienced student leaders and alumni share their 
insights on effective leadership in college and beyond.