Leadership: Grade 11

The Environment & Self-Advocacy: Preparing for Leadership
The focus in junior year is to reinforce the competencies of personal mastery established in the freshman and sophomore seminars, while focusing more explicitly on developing the students’ leadership capabilities. 

Running a meeting
Group dynamics
Feedback: giving and receiving messages
Understanding different forms of intelligence
Conflict resolution

Situational leadership and case studies
Exploring 12th-grade leadership positions
Standardized test preparation
College 101: résumé building, college visits, mock interviews

Leadership comes in various forms. It is a tool we use in our daily lives and emerges in many different scenarios. Whether it is in making an important decision or going through our daily routines, we have to learn when to take initiative, apply ourselves, and direct others.
Laura Pires ’19