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LEAP Report – Competition Engagement (HS) Competitive Event

Competitive Event Leadership Experiences


Participant/Team ID#

The Student Leadership Challenge*


Leadership Experiences
Practices Behaviors
Follow through on promises and commitments
Set a personal example through actions

Model Align others with principles and standards


the Seek feedback about impact of actions
Way
Make sure teammates support common values
Talk about values and principles
Look ahead and communicate future ideas
Describe ideal capabilities

Inspire Talk about how future could be improved


a Shared Be upbeat and positive
Vision
Communicate purpose and meaning
Show others how their interests can be realized
Challenge current skills and abilities
Break projects into smaller do-able portions

Challenge Search for innovative ways to improve


the Ask “What can we learn?”
Process
Take initiative in experimenting
Help others try out new ideas
Foster cooperative relationships with others
Actively listen to diverse viewpoints

Enable Treat others with respect


Others Support the decisions other people make
to Act
Give people freedom and choice
Provide leadership opportunities for others
Praise people
Encourage others

Encourage Express appreciation for people’s contributions


the Publicly recognize alignment with values
Heart
Celebrate accomplishments
Creatively recognize people’s contributions
*Copyright ©2018 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. the Leadership Challenge®. The Student Leadership Challenge® and The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® are registered trademarks of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. www.studentleadershipchallenge.com.
LEAP Report – Competition Engagement (HS) Competitive Event
General Leadership Experiences
Participant/Team ID#

Leadership The Student Leadership Challenge*


Leadership Experiences
Categories Practices and Behaviors
Follow through on promises and commitments

Model the Way


Set a personal example through actions
Align others with principles and standards
Seek feedback about impact of actions
Leadership
Roles Make sure teammates support common values
Talk about values and principles
Look ahead and communicate future ideas

Shared Vision
Describe ideal capabilities

Inspire a
Talk about how future could be improved
Be upbeat and positive

Community Communicate purpose and meaning


Service/ Show others how their interests can be realized
Volunteer
Experiences Challenge current skills and abilities
Break projects into smaller do-able portions

the Process
Challenge
Search for innovative ways to improve
Ask “What can we learn?”
Take initiative in experimenting
Help others try out new ideas
Foster cooperative relationships with others
Leadership

Enable Others
Development Actively listen to diverse viewpoints
Treat others with respect

to Act
Support the decisions other people make
Give people freedom and choice
Provide leadership opportunities for others
Praise people
Encourage others

Encourage
College

the Heart
Career Express appreciation for people’s contributions
Planning Publicly recognize alignment with values
Celebrate accomplishments
Creatively recognize people’s contributions

*Copyright ©2018 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. the Leadership Challenge®. The Student Leadership Challenge® and The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® are registered trademarks of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. www.studentleadershipchallenge.com.