Focus leadership areas:
- Communication skills.
- Planning and organizing
- Problem solving and decision-making
- Building relationships
After participating in the Student Global Leadership Fellows Institute, the student will be able to:
Inter and Intrapersonal Development
- Demonstrate the ability to solve problems and manage conflict.
- Share differing opinions in appropriate, respectful ways.
- Identify with the background and historical value of St. Augustine’s University and learn mechanisms to successfully adapt to its culture and expectations.
- Explain how making responsible choices enables one to assume acceptable roles in society.
- Recognize the need for balance between freedom and responsible behavior and consider in advance the consequences.
- Identify behaviors of healthy and unhealthy relationships that may interfere with goal achievement.
- Illustrate the skills needed in effective communication. (oral and written)
- Articulate the personal and professional competences of an effective leader.
- Explain the role of a leader in recognizing the importance of team building and collaboration.
- Defend the importance of a leader maintaining integrity without compromising on messaging and effectiveness
Civic Engagement and Global Competence
- Summarize how creating systems change in the real world is influenced by piloting or supporting community efforts.
- Articulate different strategies to successfully collaborate and network.
- Describe the role of students in building community on campus and in the broader society.
- Identify ethical responses, beforehand, to complex human issues
- Demonstrate sensitivity towards individual and cultural differences
- Revise judgments and changes behavior in light of new evidence.
- Take responsibility for one’s role when interacting with others who may differ in beliefs, behaviors, values, and worldviews.
- Listen to others with respect.
A. Periodic Reflection Statements
B. Written Learning Outcomes Evaluation
C. Focus Group Discussions at the end of each session