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Continued in Summer Session:  Leadership Snapshots!

Online Leadership Snapshots are a way for students to take a quick break from the daily grind and learn about key leadership skills in a fun, interactive online format.  These shorter (15, 30 or 45 min) session will cover a variety of topics.

Check out our scheduled Leadership Snapshots in our listing of Upcoming Events to the left.  We hope to see you there!

LEWS are back!  Build your foundational framework of leadership practices.

LEWS Topics

The Leadership Essentials Workshop Series (LEWS) can help you build your foundational framework of leadership practices. LEWS consists of topical workshops that are open to and free-of-charge for all undergraduate students; attendees are introduced to leadership skills and given opportunities to practice applying them through interactive workshop activities.

Why Attend

  • Strengthen your leadership skills and knowledge
  • Increase effectiveness within your jobs, student groups, programs, classes, and personal life
  • Build peer and mentor connections
  • Workshops are open and free of charge to all UC Davis undergraduate students

Ten workshop topics are offered, including foundational knowledge, self-awareness, communication, diversity dimensions, group development, conflict, balancing your plate, ethics & trust, global perspectives, and belongingness.  Visit the links below (or on the left) to learn more about each workshop topic.

Take just one, or as many as you would like to best address your interests and goals*!  Each will be offered multiple times throughout the year.  Check out our scheduled LEWS Workshops in our listing of Upcoming Events to the left.  We hope to see you there!

    *Six LEWS workshops are required as a prerequisite for the CLL Student Leadership Development Program (SLDP): Foundations of Leadership, Self-Awareness, Communication, Conflict Management, Dimensions of Diversity, and Group Development.


    The CLL strives to make our workshops and programs accessible to the undergraduate community. If you need accommodations, please email us.

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