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 to attend in person, 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.
Joining by Zoom: Please register online to join the Zoom meeting for each workshop. Register at bit.ly/zoomleadership.
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, receive our monthly newsletter, and are invited to an end of the semester reception exclusively for you!
Fall 2019 Leadership On Demand Schedule
Each Leadership On Demand workshop will be held on Tuesdays in the University Student Union room 312-314 from 5-6 PM. Topic schedule subject to change.
|Tues., Oct. 1
||Jerry Gomez & Sophie Karas
|We all experience imposter syndrome! In other words, we all feel like we aren't good enough to be a leader or to be taking on a leadership role. We are here to tell you that you 100% are good enough and will give you helpful tools to combat these negative feelings that all of us experience.|
|Tues., Oct. 8
||Student Leader Panel
||Alisha Wilson, D'Aungillique, Michael Ballin, Allison Bacani, & Sanjay Soundarajan|
|Experienced student leaders and alumni share their insights on effective leadership in college and beyond.|
|Tues., Oct. 15
||Lived Experiences Matter: Uncovering Your Leadership Journey||Gilbert Falcon & Ramiro Merino
|Your story matters! In this workshop, two graduate students from rural communities share their lived experiences and how they developed as student leaders. Join them as they help you reflect upon your own lived experiences and how there is leadership in that.|
|Tues., Oct. 22
||Cameron Brackett & Cydney Caradonna
|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 song lyrics and how they exemplify leadership.|
|Tues., Oct. 29
||Mastering Mentoring Through Cultural Competency
|Cameron Brackett, Graduate Assistant for Special Initiatives with Men of Color, guides you in understanding the value of mentorship. He focuses on how mentorship that embraces a multicultural relationship is beneficial and enhances the mentoring experience.|