Relationships of the leadership attitudes and beliefs scale with student types, study habits, life-long learning, and GPA
The Leadership Attitudes and Beliefs Scale (LABS-III; Wielkiewicz, 2000) was validated against a measure with a more traditional, position-based definition of leadership. Disagreement with Hierarchical Thinking was associated with a higher GPA. A Life-Long Learning scale was strongly associated with GPA, Systemic Thinking, and social activism. These results suggested there are likely to be multiple leadership development paths. Educational practitioners interested in leadership development may find it fruitful to broaden definitions of leadership development activities to include service learning trips, social welfare activities, learning communities, volunteering, internships, and other activities that develop social consciousness and life-long learning.
Wielkiewicz, Richard M.; Prom, Christina L.; and Loos, Steven, "Relationships of the leadership attitudes and beliefs scale with student types, study habits, life-long learning, and GPA" (2005). Psychology Faculty Publications. 76.
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