SECONDARY SCHOOLS LEADERSHIP ESSENTIALS

 

See the lesson plans and student workbook below in order to further cultivate leadership qualities and resilience in your year 11 or 12 students.

 

1- LEADERSHIP THROUGH INFLUENCE

2- DIFFERENT LEADERSHIP STRENGTHS

3- EVERYDAY LEADERSHIP

4- GROWTH MINDSETS FOR LEADERS

5- GRIT FOR LEADERS

6- IDEA TO ACTION FRAMEWORK 

7- SERVANT LEADERSHIP (BONUS CLIPS AND DISCUSSION QUESTIONS)

 

Please note that the "Equip Leadership Workbook" can be printed or accessed on laptops.


A typical highlight of UPP leadership incursions is raising awareness of some excellent leadership and team building qualities, and the process of giving "shout-outs" to those who demonstrate the qualities. For this reason the A.S.P.I.R.E. acronym and video is included for your reference below. Enjoy!

A- take ACTION, be willing to have a go

S- SERVE, see the needs of others, and support them

P- PERSIST through struggles, challenges, setbacks and failures

I- INFLUENCE others and set the example

R- RESPECT for people, group, equipment and environment

E- ENCOURAGE others

Hogan from UPP shares the A.S.P.I.R.E. framework.


ADDITIONAL SUPPORTING RESOURCES...

For a practical guide for your SRC or formal student leadership group. Click here >>

Evaluating the effectiveness of your current SRC model. Click here >>

NSW Department of Education and Communities has written an SRC charter that might be helpful for schools. Click here >>