Social Service Board Leadership Reflection 2019-2020
Below we've listed 7 behaviors of leadership you might observe in a Social Service Board member. Check what you believe are the THREE MOST IMPORTANT leadership behaviors a good SSB member should display. (Be ready to eventually defend your responses.)
SSB member attends their club every week and only misses if they're sick or in season, even in cases where there are very few volunteers.
SSB member recruits a minimum of 5 volunteers on average when their club goes out.
SSB member clearly and regularly communicates with fellow leaders, volunteers, staff/faculty sponsor, and Bolos/Lawler.
SSB member always remembers to bring pizza on their assigned day.
SSB member always attends 9th period, shows up on time, and is a careful listener and contributor to discussions.
SSB member is always ready to raise their hand and offer to take on tasks.
SSB member never asks, "Can we leave early?"
Choose ONE of the options you chose above and explain your reasoning for why this constitutes good leadership.
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