Scholars exhibit leadership by analyzing our world and helping alert us to change and shape the direction in which society is heading. NPR’s Morning Edition recently covered new research that suggests leaders maintain the same decision-making behaviors regardless of whether the result affects only themselves or members of a larger group. Read more here.
Leadership in the athletics phase can range from intramurals and club sports to being a member of an intercollegiate athletics team. Women Leaders in College Sports works to develop, connect, and advance women in college sports and beyond. Check out the latest episodes of Women Leaders Podcast here.
Leadership in this phase goes beyond serving in organizations and attending campus functions. At its core, the service phase is more about being engaged in your campus and community. Civic engagement is one of the most important aspects of this, especially as the 2018 midterm elections approach. Read this Pew Research Center article about voter turnout among America’s youngest voters.
Leadership in communications builds on campus experiences and translates into tangible skills no matter the career path. Being a strong communicator is important for any leader, and this LinkedIn article shares seven lessons in leadership communications that are beneficial to everyone. Check it out here!
O∆K member and Grammy-award winner Sheryl Crow was recently named to the Recording Academy’s Diversity and Inclusion Task Force. Crow and the other members are volunteering to ensure that everyone’s voices are heard in the creative and performing arts community. Track their progress here.