Leadership Track Two
Leadership in a Shared-Power World
The goal of these sessions is to give students who have completed the Track One Program the opportunity to build upon the theories and concepts learned during the previous series of workshops. Over the course of the semester, students will move to a greater understanding of the role that leadership plays in society as we move into practicing leadership by doing service –based projects on campus.
This track allows for a high level of group discussion and active debate. Through group discussions, readings, written assignments, and direct interaction with experienced Lehman College/CUNY faculty, staff and student leaders, students will use the Social Change Model of Leadership Development, to make a difference at Lehman College.
Participants work in groups to assess a need, conceptualize a module, develop, implement and evaluate the success of your program!
Sessions topics include:
- What is Social Change
- Overview and Application of Social Change Model
- Citizenship and Change
- Principles of Professional Writing
- Consciousness of Self
- Congruence and Commitment
- Leadership for the Common Good: Tackling Public Problems in a Shared-Power World (2nd Edition)
Barbara C. Crosby and John M. Bryson
- StrengthsFinder 2.0
Gallup Press (2007)
- Student Leadership Planner
James M. Kouzes / Barry Z. Posner, Ph.D.
Last modified: Oct 21, 2013