Our leadership development programs are divided into three groups: Leadership Fundamentals, Leadership in Practice and Leadership in Action.
Student Leadership Conferences
Enhance your leadership skills at a student leadership conference!
Each year the Student and Campus Community Development Office offers offers a series of conferences for students looking to build their leadership skills. Pick the one that works for you!
Ulead for Campus Clubs
Ulead is a leadership program that connects student leaders to one another, builds networks, skills and valuable knowledge about operating campus groups. Ulead activities include a one-day conference, orientation seminars, leadership workshops and networking sessions.
SafeTALK: Suicide Alertness for Everyone
safeTALK is a 3-hour training designed to ensure that people with thoughts of suicide are connected to helpers who are prepared to provide first aid interventions.
As part of the University of Toronto's commitment to creating a suicide-safer community on campus, the Student and Campus Community Development Office offers safeTALK workshops to students, staff and faculty throughout the year.
Leadership workshops for graduate students
The leadership competencies required to run effective group processes are very much needed in research groups, committee meetings and the classroom – and not just for those who hold formal leadership positions. Learn how to put collaborative leadership theory into action by improving your skills and knowledge in group facilitation and conflict resolution.
The Leadership Skills for Grads are part of the Graduate Professional Skills program (GPS), which provides graduate students with a range of optional opportunities for professional skill development. GPS is an initiative of the School of Graduate Studies (SGS).
For faculty and staff
The Leadership Development Program is here to support staff in a variety of ways. Whether you're looking for training, resources or workshops for your students, we're happy to help.
Leadership workshops by request
Student and Campus Community Development is excited to share with the U of T community our new Peer Leadership Facilitators (PLF). The goal of the PLFs is to help build capacity and raise the level of leadership programming across campus. Our PLF team is a highly skilled and passionate group of facilitators dedicated to providing high end programming to colleges, faculties, and student organizations throughout the school year. Our Peer Leadership Facilitators can provide a number of workshops by request. Find out more about the different workshops we offer!