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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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