Students today are involved in many aspects of campus life, from community service to clubs and organizations, in which they take on many roles outside of being a student. These roles require different skill sets, and those skills aren't always innate. With the help of leadership resources, these students can refine their skills and become better leaders in the world after graduation.
This is where our Leadership Library comes in. It's a resource to help our students with their campus roles. With such a focus on achieving significance, the Leadership Library is a resource to which students can refer when developing leadership skills, addressing organizational concerns and building personal knowledge.
Resources for Students and Staff
- Free leadership courses are available at Hands-On Network.
- Leadership, Leadership and Delegation Article (Inc.com)
- National Collegiate Leadership Association
Women as Leaders
- Advancing Women in Leadership online journal
- Books in the Women's Leadership Library (from Stanford University's Women's Community Center)
Leadership for Social Change
Ice Breakers and Other Activities
- All About Facilitation, Group Skills and Performance Management
- Resident Assistants Icebreakers
- Resident Assistants
Other Great Resources
- Leadership Development Resources (from Western Oregon University)