We invite you to take advantage of our support as you plan and develop excellent leadership programs, academic courses, trainings and workshops. Our Leadership @ UW staff is here to help. Below you can find their information and contact details.
Community of Practice
The Leadership @ UW Community of Practice is a dynamic and growing social structure. The community meets monthly to help one another to strategize best practices in leadership development. Leadership @ UW is there to support this group as they implement the UW-Madison Leadership Framework in a variety of contexts.
Reasons to join include:
- Requesting a group consultation for your created or potential leadership development program.
- Presenting your idea on how you integrated a process or program with the Leadership Framework.
- Viewing other campus partner’s ideas for leadership development programs.
- Supplementing your Engaged Leaders through Employment experience.
If you or your unit is interested in joining the Community of Practice, please e-mail the Chair, Geoff Larson.
Spring 2021 Update
This service will be operating at a limited capacity and we will be prioritizing units that work directly with marginalized student populations. If your unit fits that description and you are interested in this service, please continue viewing details below.
The Leadership Development team at the Center for Leadership & Involvement is here to help you develop your leadership development programs. We can assist you in most processes of implementation which include assessment, planning, execution, and on-going guidance.
You can schedule a 1-hour consultation with a member of our team to discuss the following:
- Leadership Studies Course Creation & Syllabi Review
- UW-Madison Leadership Certificate Integration & Pipeline Creation
- UW-Madison Leadership Framework Utilization
- Organizational Leadership Behavioral Assessment
- Leadership Development Program Planning
During our consultation we will assess your needs, provide needed resources and/or review, and will determine if on-going consulation will be needed. Our goal is to help you develop capacity to independently execute your planned program.
Given our focus on helping you build your capacity to execute your program, we unfortunately cannot provide indefinite support with our resources. During our consultation, we will define when use of our resources will end and we encourage you to submit one-time requests for any guest lectures and workshops.
Interested in Consultation?
Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Name of organization
- Service/s you are interested in
- Brief description of your need/s
- General availability
Guest Lectures & Workshops
Spring 2021 Update
This service will be operating at a limited capacity and we will be prioritizing units that work directly with marginalized student populations. If your unit fits that description, please view details below.
In connection with the UW-Madison Leadership Framework, our Leadership Development team created scheduleable one-time lectures and workshops for a variety of audiences about leadership development concepts.
|Program Title||Program Type||Description||Length||Audience|
|Channeling your Purpose during a Developing Landscape||Lecture/Presentation||Learn more about how leadership and your leadership style can help you navigate our current pandemic, as well as how our Leadership Framework can help you develop resilency during this time of crisis.||45 min. – 1 hr.||Faculty/Staff/Students|
|Defining your Leadership Style||Lecture||Developing leadership capacity is an ongoing process of learning, practicing, and reflecting. Why engage in leadership development? For the purpose of positive change in your beliefs, values, or behaviors! In this lecture, we will review the results of your Leadership Self-Assessment and help you create a Leadership Development Plan.||1 hr. – 1.5 hrs.||Faculty/Staff/Students|
|Developing your Change Initiative||Workshop||In this workshop, we will engage with the UW-Madison Leadership Framework to identify the change initiative you would like to create and methods to drive your passion forward.||1 hr. – 1.5 hrs.||Students|
|Fostering an Inclusive Environment||Presentation/Workshop||Through guided discussion, participants will consider their own dominant identities and the possible organizational identity of their unit. Together we will explore how to identify and remove barriers as well as the opportunity to examine what diversity looks like in our own organizations. Through small group activities and individual reflection, participants will discover how these lessons can be applied to both their specific programs and in their daily lives.||1 hr. – 1.5 hrs.||Faculty/Staff/Students|
|Leadership Certificate Informational Session||Presentation/Workshop||This will be a general overview geared toward students who are just beginning the Leadership Certificate application process. Through interactive group work, we will discuss questions you may have about your specific leadership experiences.||30 min. – 1 hr.||Students|
|Spheres of Influence||Presentation/Workshop||At UW-Madison, we believe that although leadership is an action-oriented endeavor not based on position or level of authority, context matters and each situation requires unique engagement. In this workshop we will learn about authority and positionality, and think about how you can strategically use your own influence to drive change.||1 hr. – 1.5 hrs.||Faculty/Staff|
Schedule Lecture or Workshop
Please e-mail us at email@example.com with the following information, two weeks in advance:
- Name of class/organization
- Lecture or workshop you are interested in
- # of students
- Three preferred dates & times
- Virtual platform you are using or need for our staff to provide a platform
NOTE: For an impactful experience for our lectures and workshops, we just allow modified lengths of our programs based on the listed lengths of time in our table listed above.
Student Peer-Led Workshops
Adventure Learning Programs Teambuilding Workshops
The mission of the Adventure Learning Programs (ALPs) is to challenge people through adventure-based learning to discover themselves and understand those around them. ALPs utilizes experiential education for their workshop experiences.
Leadership Certificate Info Session
This will be a general overview for student organizations who are interested in learning about the Leadership Certificate. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a session for your organization.
Student Leadership Program Leadership Workshops
SLP believes the leadership process begins by strengthening individual leadership skills. They offer opportunities to develop leadership skills that are necessary to maintaining personal relationships and contributing to campus organizations.
Leadership Development Specialist
Larry works for the Leadership Area of the Center for Leadership and Involvement and coordinates many of our leadership development initiatives and programs. He also coordinates and supports Leadership @ UW, maintains the UW-Madison Leadership Framework, manages our advising unit, and provides consultations, lectures, and presentations for leadership development. Please e-mail us with questions at email@example.com.
Leadership Student Coordinator
Meagan is the primary support staff for Leadership @ UW, is an advisor for the Leadership Certificate program, and provides support for Leadership @ UW workshops. She is also a point of contact for updates regarding Leadership @ UW initiatives. Please e-mail us with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leadership Development Student Coordinator
Peder is the primary advisor for the Leadership Certificate program and provides support for Leadership @ UW workshops. He is also a point of contact for all inquiries for the Leadership Certificate program. If you have questions about the Leadership Certificate, please email us at email@example.com.