Professional Development

Passport to Leadership Program Fall 2017

August 08, 2017
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Maximize your potential in Passport to Leadership! In this program, you will explore your own leadership style through building self-awareness, developing effective communication strategies, and recognizing what leadership means to you. 

Passport to Leadership 1: Foundations of Leadership

P2L 1 is the perfect first step in preparing for formal leadership roles on campus and beyond. Over the 6-week workshop, you will be introduced to a broad range of fundamental leadership skills. 

Registration closes Friday, September 15th

Passport to Leadership 2: Exploring the Leader in You

P2L 2 is designed for students who are interested in furthering their leadership development by learning effective communication strategies, identifying power and privilege, and understanding the importance of self-awareness and perception.

(Pre-requisite: P2L 1)

Registration closes Monday, September 11th

How to Register:

  1. Click on the "How to Register" link above and log onto myInvolvement
  2. On the left-hand menu, click on Opportunities>Career and Leadership Development
  3. Find the workshop you would like to sign up for and click "Register".

Students who successfully complete all requirements of P2L 1 & 2 will receive recognition on their Co-Curricular Record. Please contact p2lp-admin@sfu.ca with any questions about the program.

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