Concentration in Leadership Education and Development (LEAD)
LEAD graduates will make significant contributions to Drake and their current and future communities of involvement by exemplifying ethical leadership. LEAD graduates will:
- Know thyself and personify the leader-related knowledge, experience, and language gained by the depth and breadth coverage of the LEAD Concentration (traditional and experiential classes).
- Exhibit the confidence, competence, and character needed to lead individuals, teams, organizations, and communities for positive social change.
- Understand and practice leadership as a collaborative, inclusive, and ethical process.
- Typify, model, and teach the skills needed to convene, reflect, inquire, collaborate, empower, and act to improve life for students, citizens, and the larger society.
- Exhibit the capacity to understand and work effectively with diverse individuals on-campus and throughout the world.
- Be able to lead successfully through conflict with civility.
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