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Leadership Development


Through formal and informal positions, everyone can be a leader. Students leverage the strengths of community to reach common goals and use interpersonal skills for coaching and development. Through a process of learning and applying skills, students can accomplish measurable and meaningful change.

We believe that leadership can be learned through reflective experience and must be practiced to achieve competency and excellence.

Social Change model.

Our programs are informed by:

We adhere to the research and philosophy that leadership is:

  • A process
  • Collaborative
  • Based on values
  • Non positional
  • About change
  • A behavior that can be practiced and learned
  • Shared and situational: leaders and followers can often trade places
  • Action that is induced through the ownership of a shared vision