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Workshops & Consulting

Chapter Workshops

The Greek Leadership Development program offers training opportunities to all members of the fraternity and sorority community.  Chapters may request individual programs or the office will create a series of targeted workshops that fit your chapter's needs. Many of these programs can be scheduled as peer to peer education with the Leadership Consultants, while others are best facilitated by a professional staff member. We are also able to build a series of workshops to train executive boards, new member classes and general members.  Popular topics include effective communication, conflict management, goal setting and officer transitions.

To request a workshop for your chapter or organization, please submit a Program Request Form.

Chapter Consulting

Leadership consulting is available for all chapters and members. We can help your chapter be more efficient, improve delegation and decrease burnout. Chapter consulting is also a great way to determine if a series of leadership workshops could be beneficial for your Executive Board or your members. Contact the Assistant Director of Leadership Development, Zach Brown, at zrb215@lehigh.edu to set up a consultation meeting.

Officer Transitions

Successful officer transition is critical to the success of a chapter, especially organizations that aim to expand leadership beyond their executive boards. Chapters may work with the Assistant Director of Leadership Development to schedule individualized meetings, executive board workshops and organization retreats to assist with this process and make your transition a success!

Accreditation Bootcamps

Accreditation Bootcamps are a series of workshops to help chapters plan strategically for their organization and to assist in the accreditation process.  Accreditation is an annual assessment process implemented in 2004-2005.  It is a comprehensive review and assessment of all facets of chapter operations.  Chapters are required to submit an annual report and present to a panel of faculty, staff, students, and alumni.  Chapters are rated and given feedback through reports and chapter development questions that they are encouraged to consider in their planning for the following year. Bootcamp topics are developed based on the needs of the Greek community and the schedule is released each Fall.