Since 1990, The Ohio State University Leadership Center has had the mission of providing research-based resources and high-quality practical programs to build and strengthen leadership capacities.
This year, we are celebrating 30 years of hands-on workshops and strength-based training activities to both organizations and individuals.
“Our workshops are accessible, affordable and applicable. Our participants leave with new ideas and tools that they can apply immediately,” said Beth Flynn.
In effort to continue providing these opportunities, now through December 2020, all workshops and sessions will be online in order to protect the health of our participants and facilitators due to coronavirus.
The Ohio State Leadership Center is located on Ohio State University’s Columbus campus and is proudly a part of the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership at the university.
The center is managed by a team of professionals who understand the importance of leadership training and the impact it can have on everyday lives. As experts in their fields, the facilitators offer practical tips to help participants.
Instructor Tom Stewart said, “I think these workshops are important because it helps people transform their lives. Nothing is more important than being able to really improve someone’s life and in many cases the Leadership Center does just that!”
Communication and conflict management, strength-based training, leadership development and team building are just some of the courses offered by the center.
Stewart added, “I think the future is unlimited for the Ohio State Leadership Center. I actually think we are just scratching the surface right now. There is great potential for this program to expand.”
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