The Undergraduate Leadership Mosaic: A Challenge of Shared Purpose 

Leadership educators must decide upon the theoretical paradigms and curricular approaches in which to locate their leadership programs and inform their practice. This application article features the mosaic approach adopted by Bradley University which places many and divergent pieces together to allow students to experience different conceptual frames and curricular or co-curricular elements. While this approach provides varied leadership opportunities for students to mix and match, the authors acknowledge the critical challenge which is to confirm whether they are indeed achieving a shared purpose.