LeaderShape

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LeaderShape is a not-for-profit organization that holds leadership training events for college students. Founded by the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity in 1986 as a leadership program specifically for the fraternity's own use, it was turned over to an independent party in order to help the organization remain impartial in its processes.

The LeaderShape Institute[edit]

Sessions of The LeaderShape Institute can be attended at either the national location or a campus-based session. National sessions have been held at the Allerton Convention Center in Monticello, IL since 1986. The first campus-based session was held at the University of Michigan in 1992.

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