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Leadership Styles for Student Leaders
Transcript of Leadership Styles for Student Leaders
What is Leadership?
Consider your own definition of leadership.
Finding your Leadership Compass
What's your first inclination when you get a new project?
What's your tendency when you're under pressure?
What feedback have you been given about yourself?
What seems most comfortable?
Always consider the role you play in the group & how you can best contribute!
Continue your journey with
Saturday, September 28, 2013
LSU Union from 11 am - 5 pm
Kick-off with brunch & Tigers Head Baseball Coach Mainari
If you consider yourself a leader, please stand up.
Now think about the most successful leader you know.
Is leadership about characteristics?
What if leadership is more than just one kind of person?
Leadership is a
to accomplish a goal and
Find your primary direction:
Assertive, active, decisive, perseveres
Likes to determine course of events & be in control of professional relationship
Enjoys challenges presented by difficult situations & people
Thinks in terms of the "bottom line"
Comfortable being in front
Integrates others input in determining direction of what's happening
Interaction is a primary ways of getting things done
Willingness to trust others' statements at face value
Feelings based, trusts own emotion and intuition (regarded as truth)
Builds on ideas, team player, noncompetitive
Sees the big picture
Generative and creative thinker
Very idea oriented, focuses on future
Uses insight /imagination
Looks for overarching themes
Likes to experiment & explore
Understands what information is needed
Seen as practical, dependable, thorough
Provides planning & resources
Uses data analysis and logic to make decisions
Maximizes existing resources
Introspective, self-analytical, critical thinker
You and your companions have just survived the crash of a small plane that was taking you to a conference. Both the pilot and copilot were killed in the crash. It is mid-January, and you are in Northern Canada. The daily temperature is 25 below zero, and the nighttime temperature is 40 below zero. There is snow on the ground, and the countryside is wooded with several creeks in the area. The nearest town is 20 miles away. You are all dressed in city clothes appropriate for a business meeting. Your group of survivors managed to salvage some items from the wreckage. First individually, then as a group, you rank the following in order of importance to your survival.
CEO: Creating Engaging Organizations
Bi-weekly lunch & learn workshops
Based on the Student Leadership Challenge
Come as often as you like - just bring your lunch!
Rachel L. Spencer
Assistant Director for Leadership
358G1 LSU Union