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Everyday Leadership

Leadership development is the process of expanding the capacity of individuals to perform in leadership roles that facilitate execution of an organization’s strategy through building connections, communicating vision, and empowering others.

What is Everyday Leadership?

Everyday Leadership is a transdisciplinary program that will provide students with an understanding of leadership effectiveness, self-leadership and organizational and team leadership.

The program’s goal is to prepare students to navigate leadership in both formal and informal ways across various platforms such as academic, extracurricular/co-curricular, and organizational.

What will you get out of the program?

  • Demonstrate an understanding of basic leadership concepts, styles and theories
  • Apply concepts learned across disciplines
  • Apply learned concepts to internships, conferences, workshops and other leadership experiences
  • Develop a personal leadership style based on self-reflection and investigation

Why should you participate in Everyday Leadership?

The Everyday Leadership program is designed for every student to be able to learn and grow as a leader. Whether you have never thought about leadership or often dreamt of it, this program will help you grow to be the best possible version of yourself.

What do you get from participating?

In addition to developing and practicing your leadership skills and knowledge, there are many other benefits for going through the program.

We are currently seeking approval for a Leadership Certificate upon completion of the program.

Upon completion, participants will be recognized at the annual Beloit Leadership Awards Ceremony.

At commencement, participants will be able to wear special regalia.

How long is the program?

The Everyday Leadership program is designed to be completed in 2-3 years. Some people may go faster or slower through the program.

How do you begin?

The first step in your journey is to attend the “Introduction to Leadership” workshop as part of Phase One: Emerging Leader. If you have any questions, you can select Contact Us and reach out to Mic Brunner.

Dakotah Revai’18 in front of a system he recently designed.

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Dakotah Revai’18 studied physics and computer science on the way to a career in mechanical engineering, while also being track and field team captain, a resident assistant, and a musical performer.

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