Leadership in Action is a leadership development program for college-age student leaders who want to conduct leadership programs for student organizations—who want to help other students become leaders, too.
Undergraduates from the University of Illinois, Purdue University, and the University of Wisconsin–Madison participated in a 21-month program during which the Leadership in Action Curriculum Team developed, reviewed, and revised the 14 workshop guides below.
If you already know how to conduct effective workshops, the guides give you everything you need to present engaging, activity-filled leadership workshops, including learning objectives, list of materials, agenda, Icebreaker activity, topic introduction, topic discussion, activities, and reflection and application questions.
You can use the guides separately for individual workshop sessions, combine any of them for short-term programs, or use them all for long-term programs. Ready to take the lead?
|Module 1–Understanding Leadership||Module 8–Managing Conflict|
|Module 2–Understanding Our Values & Character||Module 9–Understanding Ethics|
|Module 3–Understanding Differences||Module 10–Leading Organizations|
|Module 4–Listening & Speaking Clearly||Module 11–Managing Change|
|Module 5–Building Relationships||Module 12–Strategic Planning|
|Module 6–Building Teams||Module 13–Managing Projects|
|Module 7–Problem Solving in Teams||Module 14–Engaging in Community|