“Leadership is not about titles,
positions, or flow charts. It is
about one life influencing
-John C. Maxwell
Values: Learning more about my values show me what
makes me passionate as a leader, and what is
important to me.
Strengths: Learning more about my strengths show me
what my strengths are as a leader and how I can use
them to be a better leader.
Knowledge: Learning more about different leadership
styles and leadership in general allows me to decide
what kind of leader I want to be.
WOO (Winning others over)
How I apply them:
By building meaningful relationships with others
By always smiling and by never giving up on a
By always including everyone regardless of their race,
gender, religion, etc.
By setting goals for myself, and by thinking not only
how can I make a difference now, but how can I make a
difference in the future
My Leadership Style
Transformational and Relational
How I apply it:
Transformational: By inspiring others to be good people
and make a difference in the world. In particular by
inspiring people to work with the Wounded Warrior
Relational: By listening and collaborating with others in
particular on group projects. By not taking control.
Why is it important?
To start and run the Wounded Warrior Project as a club
To honor and empower wounded warriors through
fundraising and volunteer work.
To make a difference in someone else’s life and in the
How I will Achieve this:
By communicating with those who can help me start
the organization such as COSO.
By inspiring others to join the club
By working with others within the club and being open
to others ideas
The Type of Leader I aspire to
A leader who inspires others to be positive and make a
difference in the world.
A leader who can relate to others and work with others,
not above others.
A leader who is ethical.
A leader who is inclusive.
A leader who is respected.