What’s your Leadership Style?

Every leader is different.  Before YOU claim your style, there’s some important things you’ll need to explore like what your values are and what you’re all about!

So get a move on it!  Take a self assessment, check out the good-reads in our resource area,  and show up for one of our stellar leadership style sessions!  And while you’re at it, take-a-listen to what one of our more seasoned student leaders has to say about discovering her unique style of leading….

Coming Soon…Session and Date info for fall 2013 will be up for your viewing pleasure on August 1st!

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