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STUDENT LEADERSHIP: MAKING A DIFFERENCE ON CAMPUS AND BEYOND THROUGH TRANSFORMATIVE LEADERSHIP Vanessa Schweizer, Sustainable Earth Carnegie Mellon University TRANSFORMATIVE LEADERSHIP MODEL Developed by Sandra Rodriguez, Director of Student Activities, University of Nevada-Reno

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student leadership making a difference on campus and beyond through transformative leadership

STUDENT LEADERSHIP: MAKING A DIFFERENCE ON CAMPUS AND BEYOND THROUGH TRANSFORMATIVE LEADERSHIP

Vanessa Schweizer, Sustainable Earth

Carnegie Mellon University

transformative leadership model
TRANSFORMATIVE LEADERSHIP MODEL

Developed by Sandra Rodriguez, Director of Student Activities, University of Nevada-Reno

interactive questions part 1
INTERACTIVE QUESTIONS, PART 1
  • Q1: What one thing on your campus or in your community would you like to see change?
  • Q2: Name one powerful person accessible to you who would be important to “have on your side.”
step 1 purpose organization
STEP 1: PURPOSE & ORGANIZATION
  • Objective: What is it that you want to change?
  • Vision: What would change “look like”?
  • Goals: The what and by when
    • Long-term
    • Medium-term
    • Short-term
  • Organize
    • Who would (or should) share your concern?
interactive questions part 2
INTERACTIVE QUESTIONS, PART 2
  • Q3: Why is it personally important to you to see the change in Q1 through?
  • Q4: Name one skill or asset that you have that you can easily apply to see through the change in Q1 (e.g. for publicity, graphic design or web design; for rounding up volunteers, being a member of the greek system)
step 2 realizing your role
STEP 2: REALIZING YOUR ROLE
  • Inspiration can be helped or hurt by:
    • Alignment with your abilities & skills
      • What are you good at?
      • Who can help with what you’re not so good at?
    • Alignment with your awareness
      • Why does what you’re doing matter to you?
      • Is there a cultural legacy to uphold or to challenge?
      • What have your predecessors done?
interactive questions part 3
INTERACTIVE QUESTIONS, PART 3
  • Q5: Name one person or peer organization that could act as your mentor as you work on the change stated in Q1.
  • Q6: Write a brief take-home message you would like students/clients to learn as a result of your efforts to enact the change stated in Q1.
    • Examples:
      • It pays (literally) to recycle.
      • A recycling habit is sexy.
      • Recycling is rewarding.
step 3 combining theory and action
STEP 3: COMBINING THEORY AND ACTION
  • Praxis: Combination of theory and action
    • Don’t just do things; reflect on what you’re doing
    • Helps to reflect with others rather than by yourself
  • Eduprogramming: Launching campaigns, projects with the purpose of educating and empowerment
transformative leadership revisited
TRANSFORMATIVE LEADERSHIP REVISITED

Developed by Sandra Rodriguez, Director of Student Activities, University of Nevada-Reno

final tips
FINAL TIPS
  • The questions you answered during this presentation are sufficient seeds for a project. If you have answers to all 6 questions, get started!
  • If you encountered some questions that were completely new to you, this is a sign for what you need to reflect upon or research.
  • More detailed discussion of the transformative leadership model should be posted on the conference web site.
  • Another resource: Sierra Student Coalition Strategic Campaign Matrix
    • More adversarial than I would like, but still useful
  • Questions? Contact me: vjs@andrew.cmu.edu