LEAP ACTIVITIES

LESSON 2 - INSPIRE A SHARED VISION

 

Inspiring a shared vision can be difficult for any leader, especially a teenager. Teens are still developing the ability to set long term goals, envision what the end result might look like and communicate that vision to empower others.

LESSON 3 - CHALLENGE THE PROCESS

 

In order to keep organizations moving and growing, change is necessary. This lesson helps young people recognize how to be proactive in a healthy, positive way in order to promote leadership growth and organizational development.

LESSON 4 - ENABLE OTHERS TO ACT

 

In order to enable others to act, it is important to understand what it takes to get there. By analyzing other’s actions and engaging in collaborative activities, leaders can strengthen networks and further encourage action. We are all motivated by different things, but something nonetheless. Seeing what motivates others can also give us insight to the leadership potential of our peers.

LESSON 5 - ENCOURAGE THE HEART

 

Schools and society spend a lot of time recognizing individuals for outstanding accomplishments – we have awards for sport championships, beauty pageants, performing arts, and other activities that recognize the big things people accomplish. Through all this, we all too often forget it’s the little everyday feats that get us to that point. Young people accomplish many great things without receiving any type of recognition or without recognizing others. This lesson brings the focus to looking at the “little things.”

LESSON 1 - MODEL THE WAY

 

In order for students to be role models and effective leaders, it is important for them to define what is important to them as individuals and as a member of TSA. This lesson helps students examine various values they feel are important to them and their relationship to TSA.