- BOOK SERIES
- Innovative Leadership Fieldbook
- Innovative Leadership Workbook for Executives
- Innovative Leadership Workbook for Nonprofit Executives
- Innovative Leaders Workbook for Global Leaders
- Innovative Leadership Workbook for Physician Leaders
- Innovative Leadership Workbook for Emerging Leaders and Managers
- Innovative Leadership Workbook for College Students
- Innovative Leader’s Guide to Transforming Organizations
- Innovative Leadership Workbook for Implementing Analytics Programs
- On-line Workbook Series
- ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Innovative Leadership Workbook for College Students
2016 International Book Award Winner: College Guides
This workbook provides a practical approach for college students to develop innovative leadership skills to launch and manage their careers and keep pace with the dynamic environment. It is tailored to the needs of college students wanting to move into their careers and lead student organizations as well as take informal leadership and influencing roles. It includes important information tailored to meet growth needs of the college student and individual contributor providing a comprehensive development process accompanied by field-tested worksheets and reflection questions.
This workbook provides three case studies where college students go through the development process and share their answers on the worksheets and to the reflection questions.
This workbook is the entry point for leadership development in the Innovative Leadership series, which offers an integrated development process that starts as early as university and extends to the executive ranks. Activities draw from a combination of well-researched theory, three diverse case studies of domestic and international students, and field-tested processes and worksheets. The unique situation of each case study provides invaluable insight into how student leaders develop and incorporate innovation.
The book is organized into seven chapters. The first chapter talk about innovative leadership for college students and individual contributors. The next six chapters explain the development process and provide worksheets, reflection questions and case studies. The development process is reflected in the following image.
Eric Philippou, intern at Metcalf & Associates and student at The Ohio State University, wrote a blog series applying the Innovative Leadership Workbook materials to his development as a university senior preparing for employment after graduation. By following Eric’s path, students and others seeking employment can build their own personal success.
Ten Percent of author royalties from sales of this book will be donated to support LeaderShape. We are grateful for the work they do to promote leadership in college students.