Journey Into Leadership

Journey Into Leadership is a seven-series program that supports you in discovering who you are as a person, a colleague, a family member, a coworker, and a leader. We will learn from the journey of others through group sharing, presentations, and by other means that you identify for yourself.

Costs for participation are funded entirely by OSU.


Leadership Development Project

The Leadership Development Project provides leadership training and consultation in various forms and venues to accommodate the needs of OSU faculty and staff. It features and builds on the foundation of the Leadership Collaborative. The Leadership Collaboratives are intensive training programs designed to facilitate development of practical Leadership skills and effect positive organizational outcomes. The Leadership Development Project and the Leadership Collaboratives are led by Senior Leadership & Professional Development Consultant Dr. Kristen Magis.

Leadership Collaborative I: Emergence

Leadership Collaborative I: Emergence is a six-session program will develop Emergent Leaders capable of generating vision-directed outcomes for their work units and the university, and transforming the OSU Vision from an idea into reality.

Leadership Collaborative II: Transformation

Leadership Collaborative II: Transformation is a six-session program. All people who successfully complete LCI: Emergence are qualified to apply to LCII: Transformation.

Leadership Collaborative III: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Social Justice

Leadership Collaborative III was developed to contribute to OSU’s vision of Inclusive Excellence. LCIII builds on and complements work being done across OSU in programs such as Search Advocate, ADVANCE, the Social Justice Education Initiative and Difference, Power and Discrimination as well as emergent work from the Office of Institutional Diversity. The LCIII contribution is to facilitate institutional development of Inclusive Excellence via the use of systems thinking and organizational development, with a particular emphasis on collaboration across difference.

Costs for participation are funded entirely by OSU.