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The Student Leadership Challenge is a model of leadership developed from research done by James Kouzes and Barry Posner. They also developed the Student Leadership Practices Inventory (SLPI), which assesses the frequency of your application of 30 different behaviors the research established as being closely tied to effective leadership.

The Student Leadership Center offers you an opportunity to learn more about this model of leadership and to complete the Inventory to help you better understand the specific behaviors you can work on improving to become a more effective leader.

After completing the Inventory you will be able to sit down with a trained and qualified Consultant from the Student Leadership Center to provide insights into the model, as well as review your results from the Inventory. Together you will identify gaps in your leadership skills, become familiar with resources available to you, or discover possibilities you might explore on your leadership development journey.

The key to your continued improvement as a leader may very well be with the help of personalized, 1:1 discussions, during SLPI Consultation sessions custom-tailored just for you.

It’s easy to participate. All you do is:

  • Click on the “Book Appointment” icon below.
    (Your browser will open in a new window to our online appointment calendaring software at https://jmuleader.setmore.com/)
  • Select “SLPI Consultation”
  • Find a time that meets your schedule.
  • Choose a coach that is available when you can meet.
  • Follow the on-screen instruction to finish setting up your meeting time.

You will receive an email confirmation from the calendaring software. Within 24 hours you will also receive an email directly from your SLPI Consultant, giving you the details for where you will meet and any other details you need to prepare.

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If you have more questions, contact us via email.

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