Course 11 – Learning to Lead

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Course 10 – Learning to Lead.

At some point in time in your life you will be called to lead. Whether it will be in;
Academic teams (math team, debate club, etc.)
Arts (theater, band, choir, glee club, dance, etc.)
Athletic teams • Community service/volunteering
Employment (afterschool jobs, internships, etc.)
Peer tutoring/advising
Political organizations (model U.N., alliance of students of color, international relations club, etc.)
Publications (school newspaper, literary magazine, yearbook, etc.)
Student government
Although I have been fortunately to have lead teams at multiple levels found in the aforementioned categories I was never really prepared for my first leadership role. In retrospect I really had no idea what was expected of me except to work harder than everyone and be more committed. Now after 40 years of leading teams (Athletic, community, business) I realized that just because every leader has to be a leader for the first time some time they can certainly be better prepared.

The Learning to Learn course is designed to provide you with basic leadership information and knowledge so you will ready to lead. After finishing this course you should have a clear understanding of;
What leadership is
Why leadership is important
How leadership works
How to develop leadership skills


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