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Who is on this episode:
Chris and Emily Norton
Student Leadership Tip #4 (Mark Oestreicher)
- Consider a leadership community rather than single serving leadership teams
- All the teams in one
- Adult and student leaders
Justin and Kurt--topics to teach about leadership and servanthood (9:00)
- Every other week do an inner quality and outer quality of a leader (Kurt)
- Teaching ownership and learning from it (be able to fess up) (Justin)
- Servant leadership (Kurt)
- Following up on visitors (Kurt)
- Don’t be a click (Kurt)
- Plan an event (Kurt)
- Honesty and timeliness (Kurt)
- Generosity (Kurt)
- Leverage Influence (Kurt)
- On marginalized people
- Don’t do it alone (Justin)
- Accountability (Justin)
- Skill of assessment (gifts and wiring) (Justin)
- Give feedback (Justin)
Charlie Kirk, Turning Point USA
- A strong message can create a strong movement
- Students are looking for a purpose to believe in
- People are not correct just because they have degrees and someone else is a student
- It just takes one person telling a student that they can do something good
- Always ask more questions than you get asked
- Don’t look at any interaction as a waste of time
- 1 thing to tell students—embrace failure. Everyone will fail at something
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