The Student Leadership Challenge : Five Practices for Becoming an Exemplary Leader Paperback
Part of the J-B Leadership Challenge: Kouzes/Posner series
Note from the publisher: This edition includes an access code so students can take the Student Leadership Practices Inventory Self Online, a brief, 30-question assessment to help them explore their own leadership behaviors and skills and determine the steps they can take to liberate the leader within and become their best selves.
If you rent or purchase a used book, the access code may have been redeemed previously and will no longer work.
In this updated and expanded second edition of The Student Leadership Challenge, James Kouzes and Barry Posner apply their extensive research and expertise to demonstrate that anyone can be a leader, regardless of age or experience.
They challenge high school and undergraduate college students to examine their leadership actions and aspirations.
Your students will learn from first-hand leadership stories from young leaders like themselves around the world, helping them to deeply understand and explore The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership: Model the WayInspire a Shared VisionChallenge the ProcessEnable Others to ActEncourage the Heart The book guides students through the concrete actions they can take to become exemplary leaders, from finding their voice and clarifying their values, to recognizing others' contributions and celebrating others victories.
The authors ask readers to reflect at the end of each chapter on their own leadership experiences and abilities now and for the future.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 304 pages
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Publication Date: 17/02/2014
- Category: Management: leadership & motivation
- ISBN: 9781118390078
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Review by mitchellray
The second edition of "The Student Leadership Challenge" by James Kouzes and Barry Posner is an excellent resource for students who want to develop their abilities to lead. Actually, anyone wanting to lead can benefit from reading this book. The authors explain in clear, accessible language the five practices for becoming an exemplary leader. Each chapter ends with specific actions students may take to develop their skills as leaders. Stories of student leaders from around the world illustrate the leadership behaviors in practice. These stories also encourage students reading the book that they too can be leaders. This book would be excellent for leadership courses, student leadership development programs, or as a resource for students holding lead roles on or off campus. New copies of the book include an access code for the Student Leadership Practices Inventory. A practical and inspiring book from two well-respected experts in leadership development.