Tag Archives: Leadership

New Student Leadership Institute announced

Program designed to promote selfless, faithful leaders “Everyone is going to have opportunities to lead throughout the rest of their lives,” said social studies teacher Collin Quinn. “Life is about learning. So are you interested in the type of person that you’re becoming? Are you interested in what it means …

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Administrators to shift responsibilities

Minnehaha announces a leadership change taking effect next year Before coronavirus took the world by storm, Minnehaha announced that it would undergo an administration switch-up that would take effect at the beginning of the 2020-21 school year. As a result, the Lower, Middle and Upper schools will each have principals: …

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Quiet leaders

Exploring introverts’ ability to lead Many people are familiar with an iconic scene from Dead Poets Society, in which a classroom full of boys watches in astonishment as their English teacher springs from his chair and climbs atop his desk. The students chuckle, not knowing how to respond. Full of …

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Day 144 Strengths Finder 2.0

Students in leadership class study Strength Finders 2.0. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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Day 133 Leadership Studies

Matt Ridenour begins his leadership studies class by explaining the plan for the day. Photo by Maddie Binning.

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Leadership versus servantship

The Talon staff share their opinion on captainship and the responsibility that leadership entails The disappointment of an underclassmen looking up to a teammate who was drinking at a party. The change in the team’s attitude once a teammate gives up. The downfall of the team when a player starts …

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New Leadership class

More than following the leader: New Leadership Studies course teaches males how to set an example within their gender-community Five months, four units, three class periods per week, two years to develop a curriculum, one gender and infinite definitions of the subject in question: leadership. Social studies teacher Matthew Ridenour …

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