Required Schedule Flexibility
(1-5 scale with 5 as most flexible): 5
Student directors will know and be able to apply the five principles in the K & P model in the LDT worksite and on the Leadership Council.
Primary duties and responsibilities:
Model the Way – Student Directors will practice leading through serving others. They will always be willing to serve in any capacity that other students on campus do. They will uphold all work requirements with integrity,
Inspire a Shared Vision –Student Directors will be informing the entire College about the Development Track. This will require learning to speak in a way where there is shared vision for the participants and all of the differing departments on campus,
Challenge the Process – Student Directors will lead others in evaluative processes for determining how to better communicate with and educate in the LDT,
Enable Others to Act – Student Directors will carry the administrative responsibilities for LDT, but will empower other students to participate and engage in learning/speaking activities,
Encourage the Heart – Student Directors will follow-up with students and speakers. They will plan and help write the reference letters for graduates.
Secondary duties and responsibilities:
Leave the LDT worksite with expertise in all aspects of event planning, from marketing to scheduling to implementation,
Participate in self-evaluation and help to create evaluations for Student Directors each year.
Must exhibit the characteristics of a leader,
Must have a desire to serve the student body.
Enjoy working as a team,
Take pride in a job well done.
The student will:
Effectively share leadership principles in a variety of settings,
Successfully be able to negotiate the logistics for events/programs: have the ability to think through the needs of an activity and provide the necessary leadership to accomplish those; and be able to delegate responsibilities to others in an empowering way,
Have a well-rounded understanding of leadership development: how you work as a leader, aware of strengths and weaknesses; how differing levels of age groups respond and are empowered as leaders; and be aware of leadership opportunities on campus,
Work with and benefit from varying personality types,
Be knowledgeable in leadership principles and methods,
Be a self-motivated worker,
Communicate well with other clubs, organizations, and departments acting as a catalyst to reach common goals,
Exhibit strong leadership skills,
Increase passion for leadership born from a love for people.