Developing Skills for Youthful Leaders Module 1: You Can Be A Leader
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How to Cite

Bolton, Elizabeth B., John R. Rutledge, Linda Bowman, and Linda Barber. 2006. “Developing Skills for Youthful Leaders Module 1: You Can Be A Leader: FCS9088/HE907, 5/2006”. EDIS 2006 (9). Gainesville, FL.


The objects of this lesson are to learn that everyone can be a leader, to understand that leaders differ, and to develop self awareness about your personal leadership style. This document is FCS9088, one of a series of the Family Youth and Community Sciences Department, UF/IFAS Extension. EDIS publication date May 2006.


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