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Wildcat Excellence End-of-Year Gratitude Celebration

May 28, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Norris University Center, 1999 Campus Drive

Join us in celebrating, expressing gratitude & care for our Northwestern students, faculty, & staff with food & fun at t...

Leadership Framework

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Students who participate in leadership development programs and activities will [or will be able to]

  • Identify and articulate their own values, strengths, and social identities and how they inform an authentic leadership style (Understanding Self)
  • Develop a social justice lens through which students practice leadership (Justice Orientation)
  • Identify opportunities for growth or improvement and strategically plan for sustained and ethical practice of leadership (Strategic Planning and Reasoning)
  • Build and maintain relationships in order to positively shape their communities at Northwestern and beyond (Building and Maintaining Relationships)
  • Demonstrate initiative and follow through in order to achieve positive change through the leadership process (Executing Change)