The Immortality of Leadership: How to Help Student Employees Build Their Legacy
- 0.1 NIRSA CEUs
- Wednesday, March 7, 8:30am-9:30am
- Room 405
- Beth Glazer, UCLA; Emily Duncan, Georgia Southern University; Nathan Wolf, The Ohio State University
- New Professional, Mid-Level (Manager), Student
Good and authentic leadership is defined by both the legacy it leaves behind as well as its inspiration for future generations. In his book Legacy, James Kerr opens a critical dialogue surrounding theories of successful leadership he developed while travelling with the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team, a sporting outfit that has maintained a century of success. This session will examine the ways in which these lessons in leadership can be used for staff development.
- Apply best practices from James Kerr’s Legacy, including the development of authentic leaders, enacting change in an organization, and developing culture through reflection on group dynamics.
- Analyze suggested programming such as LEADS (Social Change Model), ELI, Leadership Development Program, Departmental All-Staff Training, and Organizational Culture Development.
- Understand how to use the Presence Model in staff meeting in-services to develop authentic leaders.