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Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
Developing peer leadership
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Developing peer leadership

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  • File Transfer – Self Analysis Leadership Inventory. Give students time to complete survey on their own.
  • Review student responses.
  • Review student responses.
  • Review student responses.
  • File Transfer – Guidelines for Developing Leadership Skills
  • Remind students to submit the Self-Analysis Leadership Inventory to the dropbox.
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    • 1. DEVELOPING PEER LEADERSHIP
    • 2. Why do people need leaders?
    • 3. Which is more important? O being popular O or being a leader
    • 4. Can people learn to lead? OYes ONo
    • 5. Are leaders born or developed?
    • 6. Name a World Leader
    • 7. Name a Pennsylvania Leader
    • 8. Name a School Leader
    • 9. What is meant by the saying, “Enthusiasm is contagious”?
    • 10. Leader Qualities O Name five qualities O Name five qualities of a good leader. of a poor leader.
    • 11. Final Thought O Leadership is not just a matter of taking control. Leadership means being a team player. There are many different ways to lead. For example, students can lead by taking risks, putting group concerns above personal ones, and by being a good communicator

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