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A Student's Guide to Leadership

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Leadership Characteristics & Traits
Share Your Thoughts! What Makes a GREAT leader?
Transformational Leadership
Decision Making
Motivate Your Team
Leadership Analysis - Winston Churchill
Leadership Analysis - Lee Kuan Yew
Leadership Analysis - Rudy Giuliani
Quiz - What's Your Leadership Potential?
Videos - Famous Speeches By Great Leaders
Further Training in Leadership
Handy links
Handy References

Want to know more? We have provided a few links worthy of checking out. Remember, knowledge is power!

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Applied Ethics

Santa Clara Univeristy has created a site dedicated to helping you make ethical decisions and teaches you how to justify your choices and helps you realise the importance of considering others when making decisions.

http://www.scu.edu/ethics/practicing/decision/

 

The Australian Leadership Awards (ALA)

Scholarships are a component of the Australian Leadership Awards, a regional program under the Australian Scholarships initiative. Australian Leadership Awards aim to develop leadership, build partnerships and linkages with the Asia-Pacific.

They are intended for those who are already leaders or have the potential to assume leadership roles that can influence social and economic policy reform and development outcomes, both in their own countries and in the Asia-Pacific region. The ALA program comprises of Scholarships and Fellowships.

ALA Scholarships are academically prestigious awards offered to high achievers from the Asia-Pacific region each year to undertake postgraduate study (Masters or Doctorate) and a Leadership Training Program in Australia.

Selection for ALA Scholarships is highly competitive, based on leadership qualities and on academic excellence.

ALA Scholarships are an investment in the future of the Asia-Pacific region. In this regard, ALA scholars are therefore required to return to their home country or the region for two years after they have completed their studies.

In future years, ALA scholars will belong to a unique group - the Australian Scholarships Alumni - a network that will maintain strong and enduring links to Australia. Managed by AusAID as part of Australia's overseas aid program, ALA Scholarships are open only to citizens of countries in the Asia-Pacific region with which Australia has an significant aid program.

http://www.ausaid.gov.au/scholar/ala.cfm

 

The Art and Science of Leadership
The following link highlights some interesting theories on Leadership. These include Concepts of Leadership, Leadership and Human Behaviour, Leadership and Direction, Communication, Motivation, Character and Leadership Styles.
 
It also has great links to other Leadership resources, as well as Discussion Topics.
 
 
 
 
Forbes.com
The next link offers a wealth of knowledge from Forbes, which markets itself as 'the website for the world's business leaders'. Although you need to be a member to access some areas, it is well worth having a look at the content, as it offers great examples of business leadership.
 
 

A Student's Guide to Leadership