When do students first become aware of being involved in leadership and what do they believe influenced their leadership? These are important questions that can guide educators in designing effective leadership development programs. Shehane, Sturtevant, Moore, and Dooley identified two themes related to leadership awareness, pre-college and positional versus non-positional roles, and four themes related to perceived leadership influences: external role models, internal beliefs, previous experience, and types of leadership/leadership philosophy.

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