Glazer center for leadership & service Workshops

Student organizations and campus groups can request a workshop, facilitation, or educational presentation, etc. Workshops are not offered during spring break week, finals week or on holidays.

Please understand that not all requested dates may be possible, or may need to be scheduled at a later time when a facilitator is available.

Workshops can be scheduled in one of two ways:

1. Come to a workshop that the Glazer Center for Leadership & Service (Aztec Student Union, room 220) offers! A maximum of 20 students can attend each workshop due to seating capacity. All workshops will start on time. If you are late your seat may be given to someone on the wait list.

  • See the current workshop schedule below. Please note all workshops unless otherwise stated will take place in the Glazer Center for Leadership & Service. 
  • RSVP for the Leadership and Service Workshops at (you can sign up for more than one workshop at a time!) A Zoom link will be sent for each virtual workshop!
  • Plan to arrive at least 10 minutes early to ensure you can check-in at the front desk, find our center, and sign-in. If you are late you will be asked to sign up for another workshop. See our Workshop FAQ's linked HERE.


March Workshop Schedule

Workshop Schedule by Month


Leadership Certificate Information Session: Wednesday, January 24th 5-5:45 pm

Community Service Information Session: Thursday, January 25th 5-5:45 pm

Time Management: Monday, January 29th 2-2:50 pm


Time Management: Thursday, February 1st 10-10:50 am

Leadership  Etiquette: Monday, February 5th 1-1:50 pm

Intro to Leadership Theories: Wednesday, February 7th 5-5:50 pm

Intro to Leadership Theories: Thursday, February 8th 10-10:50 am]

Leadership Certificate Information Session: Monday, February 12th 11-11:45 am

True Colors: Monday, February 12th 1-1:50 pm

True Colors: Thursdsay, February 15th 10-10:50 am

Leadership Etiquette: Friday, February 16th 11-11:50 am

Conflict Styles: Monday, February 19th 2-2:50 pm

Values and Vision: Wednesday, February 21st 5-5:50 pm

Servant Leadership: Monday, February 26th 1-1:50 pm

True Colors: Thursday, February 29th 4-4:50 pm


Introduction to Leadership Theories: Monday, March 4th 11-11:50 am

Conflict Styles: Wednesday March 6th 5-5:50 pm

Leading without a Position: Monday March 11th 2-2:50 pm (on zoom)

Values and Vision: Tuesday March 19th 3-3:50 pm

Conflict Styles: Wednesday March 20th 4-4:50 pm

True Colors: Wednesday March 27th 5-5:50 pm

Leadership Theories: Thursday March 28th 10-10:50 am


Values and Vision: Monday April 8th 1-1:50 pm

Inclusive Communication: Wednesday April 10th 4-5:30 pm

Community Service Information Session: Monday April 8th 3:30-4:15 pm

Leadership Lessons: Tuesday, April 9th 3-3:45 pm

Leadership Lessons: Tuesday, April 16th 3-3:45 pm

Leadership Lessons: Tuesday, April 23rd 3-3:45 pm

Conflict Styles: Thursday, April 25th 5-5:50 pm

Leadership Lessons: Tuesday, April 20th 3-3:45 pm

Time Management: Thursday, May 2nd 10-10:50 am

WORKSHOP REQUESTS - Request one now

2. Does your group have 25-40 members? Then we are happy to come to you! Request your workshop a minimum of two (2) weeks in advance of your preferred date, knowing that some workshops take more time to schedule. Visit

Requesting Leadership Workshop process that directs to the link:

Workshop request guidelines:

  • You will be submitting a workshop request. Workshops will be confirmed pending availability of the presenters. While we try our hardest to accommodate first choice dates and times, we may need to work together to find a time that works with the requesters and the presenters. Because of this fact, we ask that student groups request workshops towards the beginning and middle of the semester.
  • Workshops are best geared towards smaller groups (less than 40) where in-depth conversations and reflection can take place. If your organization is large, we ask that you consider breaking down the workshops into different dates for different groups - for example, new members, executive officers, event planning officers.
  • Fraternity and Sorority organizations seeking accreditation points must schedule the workshops well in advance, and be willing to break down large numbers of members into multiple workshop sessions. You will still receive credit if you do multiple workshops on different dates. Not showing up to a scheduled workshop because enough members cannot attend will reflect poorly on the organization and accreditation scoring.

Workshops available may include:

Leadership & Community Service Workshops

Community Service
This workshop is great for students or student organizations who are looking to increase their knowledge about community service, university resources and service opportunities they can get involved with. The difference between different types of service (i.e.: volunteering, service learning, philanthropy) is discussed along with the procedure for SDSU students to track their service hours with the university. (30 minutes)

Time Management for Student Leaders (best during the first few weeks of the semester)
Among the most important skills mastered by great leaders is the art of balance and time management. This workshop will present you with the skills and practices necessary to be an effective and well-balanced student leader. This workshop is highly recommended for newly elected student organization leaders, freshman, or students in need of a time management “refresher.” (1 hour)

True Colors: Personality & Communication Styles Exercise and Conversations
Communication challenges are often the source of many issues facing leaders in today’s student organizations. Personality differences are also the source of conflict and dysfunction. Learning to understand the different personalities and communication needs in your organization is an important leadership tool. (1 hour)

What Conflict Style Do You Lead With?
This presentation discusses an uncomfortable yet important leadership experience: managing conflict. Participants are asked to define their own conflict style and compare it to the styles of others. Through group facilitation, the group trades tips on managing conflict. (1 hour)

Etiquette for Student Leaders
Having proper etiquette is a skill crucial to situations you will encounter in college, as a professional, and throughout your adult life. Learn the correct way to give a handshake, what to do when you forget someone’s name, and brush up on silverware placement and your table manners! This session will teach you the art of etiquette so you are prepared for face to face and online situations. (1 hour)

Additional workshops are also offered as part of the Leadership Certificate Program.


Workshop Frequently Asked Questions

Where are workshops located? Workshops are located in the Glazer Center for Leadership & Service. We are room ASU 210, on the second floor of the Student Union, above Chipotle!What if I'm on the waitlist? Those on the waitlist should come to their selected workshop early, as you will still be able to attend if there are no-shows.Are walk-ins allowed? We encourage everyone in attendance to RSVP! Those on the waitlist will be next in line if there are are open spots available. Walk-ins are last in line!What if I can't come last minute? If you’re no longer able to come, we please ask that you cancel your RSVP! Email lmarin3@sdsu and let them know you will no longer be attending!What if I arrive after the workshop has started? To be mindful of our participants and facilitators, workshops must start on time. If you arrive to a workshop late, the front desk has been instructed to encourage you to sign up for another workshop time.