Building 65, Room 217
Bldg. 65, Room 217
The Center for Leadership supports the development of student leadership and service on campus and in the surrounding community. The center fosters personal growth, determination and self-awareness while providing guidance and inspiration to future leaders through our events and services. The Center for Leadership does not subscribe to a single model of leadership development. We strive to foster holistic leadership education through a variety of programs and resources by focusing on essential leadership competencies and using multiple theories, such as: the SALT model, Social Change Model, Emotionally Intelligent Leadership, Leadership Identity Development Model, Relational Leadership Model, and Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership.
Uphold and cultivate personal and group values, ethical strength and trustworthiness. With the ability to be comfortable and genuine while having a transparency in values, beliefs, and actions.
Unique, unconventional methods practiced with a purpose. Introduction of better solutions to meet dynamic, evolving requirements.
Coping with and welcoming change as an opportunity for growth, both internally and externally. Understanding the fluidity of our current society and embracing these changes.
Strengthening drive, ambition, and enthusiasm for leadership. While simultaneously inspiring others to take action and develop.
Being in tune with one's emotions as well as one's motivations and actions.