Published: Rian Satterwhite

Rian Satterwhite (Service Learning and Leadership) published an article in the most recent issue of New Directions for Student Leadership: "Critical considerations for the effective use of leadership inventories and assessments."

Leadership education should prepare learners for not only the world we now know, but also the anticipated global challenges that the practice of leadership will be tasked with addressing in the future. Toward this end, centering criticality, integrating both horizontal and vertical development, and balancing leader and leadership development become important goals. The article addresses how leadership educators can utilize inventories and assessments to advance these learning and developmental goals.


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