Students Becoming Leaders:<br />How to Find the Leader Inside You<br />Corina P. Mills,<br />Curriculum Support Specialist...
Thumbballs<br />Activity: Thumbballs<br />
Activity: Getting To Know You<br />
LEARN ABOUT YOUR STUDENTS<br />What are their interests?<br />Professionally/Personally<br />Networking, workshops, organi...
What are their strongest skills?<br />Listening, leading, presenting, volunteering, organizing, participating, writing, ne...
What motivates them?<br />Intrinsically? Extrinsically?<br />What are their aspirations/dreams?<br />Professionally…. ...
EDUCATE THEM ABOUT YOU!<br /><ul><li>Share your vision for the next year
Share a little about your leadership style
Share your FABULOUS qualities and strengths</li></ul> maybe even some of your weaknesses<br /><ul><li>Share your wants ...
Share HOW you will be accessible to them (specifically)</li></li></ul><li>ACKNOWLEDGE & EMPOWER<br /><ul><li>Give credit w...
Recognize/notice the little things (and BIG things too!)
Look for leadership qualities with every interaction with someone
Take time to acknowledge with a response </li></ul> (e-mail, note, newsletter)<br />
DELEGATE<br />MAKE SURE ANY DELEGATION REQUEST INVOLVES RESPONSIBILITY, AUTHORITY, A CHALLENGE.<br /><ul><li>Give the pers...
Review your mission and goals to be accomplished
Make sure they understand it
Share YOUR vision of the outcome
Check in periodically (more than once) or set up check-in timeline
Discuss how the goal of the project/activity/program will be measurable (how will you know it’s been a success?)
Reward and recognize the person you delegated the task too!Be specific about what they took on an accomplished!</li></li><...
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Naf presentation students becoming leaders

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  • 1. Students Becoming Leaders:<br />How to Find the Leader Inside You<br />Corina P. Mills,<br />Curriculum Support Specialist<br />
  • 2. Thumbballs<br />Activity: Thumbballs<br />
  • 3. Activity: Getting To Know You<br />
  • 4. LEARN ABOUT YOUR STUDENTS<br />What are their interests?<br />Professionally/Personally<br />Networking, workshops, organization……<br />Leisure activities, hobbies, sports, vacations..<br />
  • 5. What are their strongest skills?<br />Listening, leading, presenting, volunteering, organizing, participating, writing, networking, social contacts, business partners, positive attitude, recognizing achievements, seeing the big picture, working with the higher ups, delegating, empowering, welcoming….<br />
  • 6. What motivates them?<br />Intrinsically? Extrinsically?<br />What are their aspirations/dreams?<br />Professionally…. Personally….<br />
  • 7. EDUCATE THEM ABOUT YOU!<br /><ul><li>Share your vision for the next year
  • 8. Share a little about your leadership style
  • 9. Share your FABULOUS qualities and strengths</li></ul> maybe even some of your weaknesses<br /><ul><li>Share your wants and needs for the association
  • 10. Share HOW you will be accessible to them (specifically)</li></li></ul><li>ACKNOWLEDGE & EMPOWER<br /><ul><li>Give credit where credit is due!
  • 11. Recognize/notice the little things (and BIG things too!)
  • 12. Look for leadership qualities with every interaction with someone
  • 13. Take time to acknowledge with a response </li></ul> (e-mail, note, newsletter)<br />
  • 14. DELEGATE<br />MAKE SURE ANY DELEGATION REQUEST INVOLVES RESPONSIBILITY, AUTHORITY, A CHALLENGE.<br /><ul><li>Give the person the entire task
  • 15. Review your mission and goals to be accomplished
  • 16. Make sure they understand it
  • 17. Share YOUR vision of the outcome
  • 18. Check in periodically (more than once) or set up check-in timeline
  • 19. Discuss how the goal of the project/activity/program will be measurable (how will you know it’s been a success?)
  • 20. Reward and recognize the person you delegated the task too!Be specific about what they took on an accomplished!</li></li></ul><li>Activity: Hula Hoop<br />
  • 21. Activity: Quotation Quest<br />
  • 22. Activity: Who Is A Leader?<br />
  • 23. Gives Praise & Recognition<br />Encourages & Empowers<br />Ethical<br />Sensitivity to Others<br />Effective Leader<br />Gives Specific Feedback Immediately<br />Doesn’t<br />Criticize<br />Supportive<br />Intelligent<br />Integrity<br />Self-confident<br />
  • 24. Takes Initiative<br />Motivator<br />Controls Emotions Restrains Anger<br />Focus on<br />Behavior<br />Not the<br />Person<br />Effective Leader<br />Role Model <br />Does Things With a Purpose <br />Energetic<br />Trustworthy<br />Genuine & Honest<br />Goal Oriented<br />
  • 25. Organized<br />Loyal<br />Positive Attitude<br />Assertive<br />Effective Leader<br />Responsible<br />Visionary<br />Communicator & Listener<br />Disciplined<br />Persuader<br />Patient<br />
  • 26. The Guest House<br />This being human is a guest house.<br />Every morning a new arrival.<br />A joy, a depression, a meanness,<br />Some momentary awareness comes <br />as an unexpected visitor.<br />Welcome and entertain them all!<br />Even if they’re a crowd of sorrows,<br />Who violently sweep your house<br />Empty of its furniture,<br />still, treat each guest honorably.<br />He may be clearing you out <br />For some new delight.<br />The dark thought, the shame, the malice,<br />meet them at the door laughing, <br />and invite them in.<br />Be grateful for whoever comes,<br />because each has been sent <br />as a guide from beyond.<br />-Rumi<br />
  • 27. Physical<br />Intellectual<br />Spiritual<br />Social<br />Emotional<br />Occupational<br />Activity: Living a Balanced Life<br />
  • 28. Planting A Seed<br />
  • 29. Resources<br />

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