Can you “lead” when you are not the “leader?”

Over the course of my undergraduate career at St. Edward’s University, I have had multiple opportunities to demonstrate my leadership skills. My leadership skills have been heightened with all the practice I have had in and out of the classroom. I have learned how to become a better leader by working with other classmates in Read More …

Leading through School Spirit

Jessica Liss is a senior at St. Edward’s Unviersity and captain of the university’s cheerleading team. She will be graduating with honors in May of 2014.  My leadership role at my university is my position as captain of the St. Edward’s University Cheerleading team. When I first came to college, I was a young girl who Read More …

“The Buck Stops Here”

Dan Reynolds has been a high school English teacher in Baton Rouge and Dean of Discipline in Austin. He is now working on a PhD in Education at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. Leadership often seems attractive because of the perks that accompany it. A leader often makes a lot more money and is a lot Read More …

The Strength To Lead

As leaders, the number one most important thing in leading effectively is to make sure we have ourselves taken care of. If we can’t take care of ourselves then how are we able to guide others on their leadership journeys? If we lose the ability to lead ourselves we lose the ability to effectively lead Read More …