FSU offers a variety of programs for developing administrative and leadership skills, as well as forums for leaders to offer peer mentorship.
While it may be true that some leaders are born, most are developed, facilitated, and mentored. When you are interested in furthering your leadership skills – in administration, in community work, in faculty governance, in professional organizations – take advantage of these opportunities.
Faculty Leadership Development Program
Advance Leadership Development Program
We encourage you to read the following articles on leadership:
"Shattering the Glass Ceiling: The Leadership Development of African American Women in Higher Education"
"A critical exploration of collaborative and distributed leadership in higher education: developing an alternative ontology through leadership-as-practice"
Even with leadership experience under our belts, we can all benefit from mentors who develop, facilitate, and mentor our leadership skills. When you are interested in expanding your leadership to new arenas and purposes, take advantage of these opportunities.
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