This summer, join student leaders from across Minnesota to learn the foundations of great student leadership. We will dive into the five practices of exemplary leadership that based on over 30 years of research have examined the stories, behaviors and actions of what makes a great leader.
Learning effective leadership is key to getting anything done in the collaborative world that we live in. Whether you are looking to be a nurse, a welder, a nonprofit or business leader, taking people and organizations to places they have never been before is a skill that will always be valuable.
Note: Participation in all four workshops is encouraged but not required.
This training will introduce students to the five practices of exemplary leadership. We will work to define leadership and discover your set of principles that guide decisions and actions.
Session 2 - June 3 - Inspiring a Shared Vision - 5 to 7 pm
This training will explore how leaders look forward to the future and then enlist others in joining to support that new vision. There we will search for opportunities by identifying innovative ways to improve.
Session 3 - July 15 - Building a Culture of Collaboration - 5 to 7 pm
The book concludes with finding ways that leaders can build spirited and cohesive teams. Then continue to support those teams by recognizing contributions and celebrating victories.
Session 4 - August 5 - Understanding your Strengths and Wrap-Up - 5 to 7 pm
The series will end with the Strengthsfinder assessment and a conversation about how you can leverage your strengths. Then we will plan out your capstone project to put into practice the concepts that you have learned over the summer.
If you have any questions contact Jason Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org.