​​​​​T.O.O.L. Development Series

Training Oilers in Organizational Leadership Development is a workshop series that Student Activities, Commuter Services & Leadership Development, in collaboration with Student Government Association & Student Activities Board, co-host each academic year. 

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The Purpose of T.O.O.L. Development Workshop Series:

  • Provide networking opportunities between peers & national/international speakers
  • Provide opportunities for students to expand their leadership skillsets
  • ​Empower students to develop an understanding of what is expected of leaders 
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How T.O.O.L. Development Workshop Series Works:

  • All UF students, faculty & staff are invited to attend
  • There is no fee nor pre-registration required
  • A different leadership topic will be covered each session
  • Students attending all T.O.O.L. programs will receive a certificate for portfolios that demonstrates the individual's commitment to personal leadership growth & empowerment beyond the required classes to graduate

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2019-20 Schedule


Dave Kelly Presents:

"Robert's Rule of Order"

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
7:30 p.m. 
WTS-TLB Auditorium 

David Zach presents:

"Advocating goes with Leadership"

Tuesday, November 5, 2019
7:30 p.m.
WTS-TLB Auditorium

Karith Foster presents:

"You Can Be Perfect or You Can Be Happy"

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
7:30 p.m.
WTS-TLB Auditorium

Daniel Caron presents:

"Beyond Civility: How to Play with Difficult People"

Tuesday, March 17, 2020
7:30 p.m.
WTS-TLB Auditorium


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The T.O.O.L. Development Workshops are Co-Sponsored and Produced by: Student Activities, Commuter Services, Leadership Development, Student Government Association & Student Activities Board

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Questions? Comments? 

Call: 419-434-4606 (ext.4606 on campus) 

Visit us in the Office 8A located in The Alumni Memorial Union

Anyone needing special accommodations call: 

The University of Findlay Office of Accessibility and Inclusion at​ 419-434-5532.