The Student Leadership Challenge: Facilitation and Activity Guide

Overview

This book gives educators the flexible, modularized building blocks for teaching students how to apply Kouzes and Posner's Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership. The guide includes language, guidance, and activities for teaching each Practice and its associated leadership behaviors, as well as tips for coaching students through their leadership development. It also includes direction on using the Student Leadership Practices Inventory, advice for working with students using the Student Workbook and Personal ...
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Overview

This book gives educators the flexible, modularized building blocks for teaching students how to apply Kouzes and Posner's Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership. The guide includes language, guidance, and activities for teaching each Practice and its associated leadership behaviors, as well as tips for coaching students through their leadership development. It also includes direction on using the Student Leadership Practices Inventory, advice for working with students using the Student Workbook and Personal Leadership Journal, and curriculum suggestions for different educational contexts.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118390085
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 5/13/2013
  • Series: J-B Leadership Challenge: Kouzes/Posner Series , #278
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 495,737
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

James Kouzes is the Dean's Executive Fellow of Leadership at the Leavey School of Business,Santa Clara University.

Barry Posner is Accolti Endowed Professor of Leadership at Santa Clara University where hehas also served as dean of the Leavey School of Business.

Beth High is a Leadership Challenge Certified Master, a facilitator and leadership development trainer, and founder and president of High Road Consulting.

Gary M. Morgan has taught student leadership at a variety of universities and is the founder of the Student Leadership Excellence Academy.

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Table of Contents

Welcome to The Student Leadership Challenge 1

About The Student Leadership Challenge 3

The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership 3

How to Use the Facilitation and Activity Guide 4

How to Use the Student Workbook 7

Module 1: Introduction 9

Framing The Student Leadership Challenge Core Philosophy for Your Students 10

Origins of the Model 13

Activity 1.1: Personal-Best Leadership Experience 14

A Definition of Leadership 17

The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership Model 18

The Student Leadership Practices Inventory 21

Moving Ahead 21

Module 2: Using the Student Leadership Practices Inventory 23

About the Student LPI 24

Using the Student LPI 360 Online 28

The Student LPI Reports 31

Student LPI Frequently Asked Questions 41

Module 3: Model the Way: Practice Overview and Guided Discussion 45

Practice Summary 46

Framing Model the Way for Your Students 46

Helping Students Understand and Apply the Behaviors of Model the Way 49

Further Actions to Improve in Model the Way 57

Activities to Learn About and Apply Model the Way 59

Activity 3.1 Values Spotlight 59

Activity 3.2 Mark Your Calendars 61

Activity 3.3 Movie Activity: Pay It Forward 62

Connect Model the Way to Module 8: Personal Leadership Journal 65

Practice Summary 65

Module 4: Inspire a Shared Vision: Practice Overview and Guided Discussion 67

Practice Summary 68

Framing Inspire a Shared Vision for Your Students 68

Helping Students Understand and Apply the Behaviors of Inspire a Shared Vision 71

Further Actions to Improve in Inspire a Shared Vision 78

Activities to Learn About and Apply Inspire a Shared Vision 79

Activity 4.1 The Dream Sheet 79

Activity 4.2 Come Join Me on Vacation 85

Activity 4.3 Movie Activity: Invictus 86

Connecting Inspire a Shared Vision to Module 8: Personal Leadership Journal 88

Practice Summary 88

Module 5: Challenge the Process: Practice Overview and Guided Discussion 89

Practice Summary 90

Framing Challenge the Process for Your Students 91

Helping Students Understand and Apply the Behaviors of Challenge the Process 94

Further Actions to Improve in Challenge the Process 101

Activities to Learn About and Apply Challenge the Process 102

Activity 5.1 We Need More Parking 102

Activity 5.2 Take It One Step at a Time 106

Activity 5.3 Movie Activity: Apollo 13 107

Connect Challenge the Process to Mo dule 8: Personal Leadership Journal 109

Practice Summary 110

Module 6: Enable Others to Act: Practice Overview and Guided Discussion 111

Practice Summary 112

Framing Enable Others to Act for Your Students 112

Helping Students Understand and Apply the Behaviors of Enable Others to Act 116

Further Actions to Improve in Enable Others to Act 123

Activities to Learn About and Apply Enable Others to Act 124

Activity 6.1 What Makes You Trust Someone? 124

Activity 6.2 Blindfolded Square 126

Activity 6.3 Movie Activity: Freedom Writers 128

Connect Enable Others to Act to Module 8: Personal Leadership Journal 130

Practice Summary 131

Module 7: Encourage the Heart: Practice Overview and Guided Discussion 133

Practice Summary 134

Framing Encourage the Heart for Your Students 134

Helping Students Understand and Apply the Behaviors of Encourage the Heart 137

Further Actions to Improve in Encourage the Heart 143

Activities to Learn About and Apply Encourage the Heart 145

Activity 7.1 Web of Appreciation 145

Activity 7.2 Recognition Cards 146

Activity 7.3 Movie Activity: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone 148

Connect Encourage the Heart to Module 8: Personal Leadership Journal 149

Practice Summary 150

Module 8: Personal Leadership Journal 151

Overview and Guidelines for Continuing Your Leadership Development Journey 152

After Reviewing Your Student LPI Data 153

After Reviewing the Leadership Practice of Model the Way 154

After Reviewing the Leadership Practice of Inspire a Shared Vision 156

After Reviewing the Leadership Practice of Challenge the Process 158

After Reviewing the Leadership Practice of Enable Others to Act 160

After Reviewing the Leadership Practice of Encourage the Heart 162

Module 9: Sample Student Leadership Development Curricula 165

Seven-Session Cocurricular Workshop Series 166

Sample Academic Course Curriculum: Six-Week Module 170

One-Day Workshop or Retreat 174

Onward! 179

Appendix A: Student Leadership Practices Inventory Behavior Statements 181

Appendix B: Ten Tips for Becoming a Better Leader 185

Acknowledgments 191

About the Authors 193

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