Build or Brush Up On Leadership Skills

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Did you know that CFAES offers a wide range of leadership training?  The offerings cover the following areas:

  1. Youth leadership! Ohio 4-H is dedicated to helping youth become tomorrow’s leaders.  Youth between the ages of 5 and 7 can join as a Cloverbud and ages 8 through 18 can participate as a 4-H member.  Participants learn leadership, citizenship, and life skills through an enormous variety of hands-on projects and mentorships.  For information on signing up, visit the Ohio 4-H page.  Outside of Ohio?  Visit the National 4-H page to find clubs near you.
  2. OSU Leadership Center provides leadership-centered education and research to individuals, organizations, and communities.  The center is a part of the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership and OSU Extension.  The center is based in Columbus, and classes are available in person or online.  They also offer a newsletter that provides regular tips on improving leadership skills. 
  3. Executive Leadership Development is based in Wooster and focuses on offerings for senior level leaders.  The program offers Leadership Advantage, a year-long monthly course for leaders to learn how to assess and enhance organizational capability, individual effectiveness, innovation, and performance.  Learn about the program here.