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On-Demand Workshops

Student Leadership and Engagement offers a series of workshops in the areas of student organization development, team building, conflict resolution, time management, diversity, and much more! These workshops are designed primarily for students, learning communities, and clubs and organizations to gain new skills and perspectives, while helping achieve their goals.

Guidelines for On-Demand Workshops:

  • Minimum of 5 participants in attendance
  • Workshops are requested at least 2 weeks in advance
  • Workshops must be scheduled between 8:00am - 8:00pm, Monday - Friday
  • Please notify our office 48 hours in advance of any cancellations

If you have any questions or would like to customize a specific workshop for your organization, please contact Student Leadership and Engagement at and/or call us at 716-878-4631. 

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All workshops will be offered in an online format for the Spring 2022 semester. 

Time Management

There are 168 hours each week. With classes, activities, studying, and free time, planning becomes an essential tool to get things done. This workshop will discuss time management, priority management, and goal setting.

Running Effective Meetings

Effective and efficient meetings will keep your organization on track and encourage your members to keep coming back. This program will provide tips for setting the agenda, meeting procedures, interacting with participants, and following up.

Conflict Resolution

Conflict is a part of every group and organization. This workshop will provide methods and activities that can help participants effectively manage conflict and deal with difficult people in your group. They will also learn about elements, causes, and ways to resolve both negative and positive forms of conflict.

Discover your DiSC Style 

DiSC assessments are used in thousands of organizations around the world, from sprawling government agencies and Fortune 500 companies to nonprofits and small businesses. The reason is simple: DiSC profiles help build stronger, more effective working relationships. DiSC will teach participants how to raise self-awareness, improve teamwork, and make conflict more productive. Participants will be able to take the DiSC inventory and receive their own unique self-assessment report.

Transitioning Student Organization Executive Boards

The process of transitioning officers is one of the most crucial elements for a student organization. Learn about the necessary steps and resources to ensure your new executive board is prepared to take the reins and continue momentum for the year ahead.

Diversity and Social Justice Training 

Diversity and Social Justice are critical topics that are essential in uncovering the unique strengths of participants diverse leadership skills and to nurture those skills as it pertains to being a culturally competent leader inside and outside the classroom. Furthermore, the workshop activities are designed to increase their knowledge of diversity, equity, and inclusion as a leader on campus and beyond.


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Student Leadership and Engagement

1300 Elmwood Ave  •  Campbell Student Union 400 •  Buffalo, NY 14222
Phone: (716) 878-4631 •  Fax: (716) 878-5600