What does it mean to be a leader?

Being a leader is not just making decisions and giving instructions, it’s setting a great example, being the first to show up and the last to leave, asking the right questions and truly listening to the answers. To learn more about Leadership programs at WFU, contact us.

For more information contact:
Callie Sartain
Graduate Advisor for Leadership
Office of Student Engagement
Room 335, Benson University Center
Email: sartcn16@nullwfu.edu

For more information about Leadership at Wake Forest, check out The Leading Deacon, an e-magazine that celebrates student leaders and provides some great leadership resources for your personal and group development!

Check out our holiday edition featuring Engagement Consultant, Rae-Ling Lee!

April 2017 Issue 

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