A Longitudinal Study of Canadian Student Leadership Practices
Association of Leadership Educators
Over a period of three years (2006-2008) students entering [university] were asked to complete the Student Leadership Practices Inventory (S-LPI), and 2,855 initial responses were received. Responding students were asked to complete the S-LPI again at the end of their first and third years of study. No significant differences were found in student use of the leadership practices based on age, geographic origin, or whether the student lived on or off campus during his or her first year. Significant differences were found based on students’ gender and program of study. Implications for leadership development programming are considered.
Posner, B. Z., R. G. Crawford, and R. Denniston-Stewart. (2015): "A Longitudinal Study of Canadian Student Leadership Practices", JOLE Journal of Leadership Education Vol. 14 Iss: 2.