Office of Student Leadership Development

Leadership Resources

The Office of Student Leadership Development has resources related to and can provide training in the following focus areas:

  • Ethics/Integrity/Values
  • Assessment & Evaluation
  • Communication Skills
  • Wellness
  • Event Management and Planning

Training Resources:

**Please note** Some of the resources that OSLD uses are copyright materials and can only be reproduced with proper permission. Additionally, some of the inventories, assessments, and training activities used by OSLD require a certified facilitator to present the material. In these instances, 1) There may be a fee associated with use of the materials, 2) An OSLD staff member will be required to administer the instrument, or 3) OSLD will be able to recommend other individuals properly trained to assist with the program.

All resources acquired by OSLD are available online and/or in The Ulrich Student Center, Room 415D. Individuals may come in anytime between 8:30am - 5:00pm to view and check out resources, or they may make an appointment to review and evaluate possible resources with a staff member.

Examples of some of the resources that are available include:

Leadership Style and Skill Assessments:

Books/Experiential Activities/Teambuilding Exercises, etc:

As the Office of Students Leadership Development is a new office, we are continually building our selection of resources. Some of our resources are available via this website. However, we also have a complete library of books, activities, and other training materials available in our office. Click on the listing of these available resources. Students, faculty and staff are invited to stop by and view or borrow these resources at any time.

While many of the resources are gauged towards all types of students at all different levels of development. The Office also houses a number of resources that can directly benefit more specific populations as well. These exercises, training materials, and books specifically address issues, concerns, leadership styles, philosophies, and behaviors that are more relevant to the needs of specific groups such as fraternities, sororities, athletic teams, a variety of different cultural groups, and different genders.

Finally, OSLD relies heavily on materials and resources developed in conjunction with:

For additional information on how you or your group can create exciting and powerful leadership experiences and best utilize our training resources, please contact:

Jess Manno
Assistant Dean of Students
Office of Student Leadership Development
Ulrich Student Center, Room 415D
(610) 758-6674