Assessing your leadership
What are your community's leadership goals?
Our leadership and civic engagement educators can help you think about your community's desired leadership results. We can also help you design a program to get there. Our programs give emerging leaders the confidence they need, and they provide existing leaders with more perspectives and information to help them succeed.
How would you rate your community's leadership?
Think about the leaders in your community — formal and informal, existing and potential. In conversations with others, consider your response to how often these individuals exhibit the leadership attributes described in the assessment below. Your responses will help you discuss your community with our leadership and civic engagement educators.
Given your responses above, which 3-5 high-priority attributes — those you believe your community should work on the most — do you want to focus on learning about during leadership education opportunities?
Assessment adapted from Pigg, K. (2000). Program evaluation report. Columbia, MO: Missouri Cooperative Extension Community Leadership Program Evaluation, University of Missouri.
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