Maintaining Leadership Qualities as a College Student

Alexandra Blockton
ablockton@lc.edu

 

In life, I think more people than we would expect have some form of leadership in them. But it’s up to those individuals to decide if they would like to bring out that leadership and put it to use. Determination and ambition are two of the top skills when it comes to leadership, and if you happen to obtain those techniques, they will help you prosper and succeed throughout finding yourself as a leader.

I’m quite sure we have all engaged in activity with an individual that has qualities of leadership. It’s always exciting and joyous to be around them because it’s like you always learn something new, they respect you and treat you how you should be treated. Furthermore, a good leader possesses loyalty, and being around someone whom you can trust will make a big difference in your life.

Great leaders definitely maintain manners, give constructive feedback, and use communication skills thoroughly as a tool for their teaching techniques. People want to feel appreciated that’s exactly why using your manners and treating others how you would like to be treated is very important–not only for leaders to use as their leadership qualities but for everyone. I think using manners is helpful for everyone whether you’re in a position of leadership or not.

In conclusion, I think leadership is mainly about growing in life. One of the best things I have ever done in life is put myself within standards of the individuals who have educational leadership and are guiding me throughout my life as a student here at Lewis and Clark Community College. There is exemplary leadership all over this campus, and if you as a student are ready to gain or hone your leadership qualities, I think it’s best for you to start now. You may not click with every leader here, but there is definitely someone here for you on campus that is willing to help guide you and give you the leadership qualities for you to utilize.

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