Student LEADers experienced what it’s like to not have a clear Vision … after dealing with some frustration and confusion, and through trial and error, these students “Zoomed” to the end goal. This interactive exercise demonstrated how a clear vision reduces frustration and increases the ability for “followers” to get to the goal quicker and more accurately = Inspire a Shared Vision!
The Promise these student LEADers are working on is the development of an “Ambassador Program.”
am·bas·sa·dor (noun) …a person who acts as a representative or promoter of a specified activity
Their Ambassador program has two components:
– Ambassadors to their home schools to share their experiences, decision-making considerations, explanation of the programs available… through visits to 8th and 10th grade home schools; and as tour guides for visit to Grant. Elley Powers (2017 LEAD Classic Alumni) works with leaders
– Ambassador to Superintendent Lisa Tuttle-Huff, PhD to discuss issues and solutions; develop new opportunities; and to be a student conduit between the student-body and the Superintendent.
Next class is “Challenge the Process”