An ILA Leadership Perspectives Webinar

Mapping & Matching Leadership Competencies with Individual Student Career Choices

The Student Leadership Competencies Guidebook

Presenter: Corey Seemiller

Date: 17 February 2015

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What leadership competencies are needed for a particular career path? It’s not one size fits all. Corey Seemiller’s Student Leadership Competencies Database (available for free online) maps 60 leadership competencies needed in 522 different accredited academic disciplines against the axis of four time-tested leadership frameworks — Emotionally Intelligent Leadership, the Student Leadership Challenge, the Relational Leadership Model, and the Social Change Model. The database and associated resources are designed to help leadership educators understand and help develop the leadership competencies each individual student needs to succeed in their chosen field.

Join Seemiller in this Leadership Perspectives webinar as she takes you through the research behind the Student Leadership Competencies Database and how to utilize the database and resources in your course and program design.

Speaker Information

Corey Seemiller

Corey Seemiller has more than 20 years experience serving in high education. A graduate of the University of Arizona (Ph.D. in Higher Education), she worked in their Leadership Programs for over 12 years and, as Director, oversaw more than 3,000 participants in ten leadership programs including the Minor in Leadership Studies and Practice. She has an extensive background in leadership and social justice and has worked with youth, college student populations, community members, non-profit organizations, military, and education professionals. She is currently the Director of Leadership, Learning, and Assessment for OrgSync, Inc., an organization management platform for collegiate leadership and involvement. Seemiller is the co-chair for the National Leadership Symposium and the co-chair for the International Leadership Association’s Leadership Education Academy. She serves on the Board of Directors for LEAD365 and is the Board President of the Sonoran Center for Leadership Development. In addition to her curricular, programmatic, and instructional accomplishments, Seemiller has published and presented nationally and internationally on leadership. Her recent book, The Student Leadership Competencies Guidebook and the companion pieces she designed —pre-set evaluation measurements for each leadership competency — are available from Jossey-Bass/Wiley.