|Dr. Ebonee Williams and the 2016-2017 Gordon Scholars|
The first day of LEAP sessions are always the most interesting, as new students are eager and don’t know what to expect. As we say at the Gordon Center, “Leadership is a verb – we must learn by doing”, and that is exactly what the LEAP students did on their first day.
In a reflection conversation post-exercise, most LEAP students discovered that in doing this exercise, they were naturally able to identify others personality types by asking simple everyday questions and listening. Students realized the exercise provided a great tool for future recruiting, projects, and for efficient group interactions with colleagues. They also received their own Myers Briggs results to better understand their own preferences. To learn more about our new fall 2016 cohort, visit our website.
LEAP Sessions are held the first quarter of every school year for seven sessions at the Gordon Center. If you are interested in joining the Gordon Scholars program or would like more information, please email us at GordonCenter@ucsd.edu.To learn more about our new Fall 2016 cohort, visit our website here.