Wandell Leadership Fellows
Wandell Leadership Fellows (formerly Select Leaders) is one of the College of Business’ competitive programs for students who want to differentiate themselves, students who are hungry to embark on a journey of self-discovery, coaching and experiences, and students who are ready to develop into future leaders with integrity and the highest ethical standards.
Wandell Leadership Fellows begin the process of discovering their leadership identity through leadership curriculum, self-assessments, 360-degree feedback, and coaching sessions. Members apply what they have learned during engagements with real-world executives and networking trips to engage professionals in other cities. Furthermore, they utilize their leadership to serve others through mentoring other students and participating in community service events.
- Members begin studying principle-based leadership through different works of leadership curriculum. Members begin with interactive training on Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People to learn to lead themselves and others with principles.
- Students are paired with a mentor/mentee in order to provide opportunities for personal and professional development; as well as a faculty coach with whom they discuss personal and professional accomplishments and goals.
- A Leadership Development Plan provides the student with an opportunity to reflect on and effectively communicate what they have learned in the program.
- Student in the COB
- 3.2 GPA minimum
- Freshman or sophomore
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"Wandell Leadership Fellows has helped me learn about who I am as a leader and how to adjust my leadership styles to best fit the group around me. I have grown exponentially professionally and personally over the past two years, giving all the credit to Wandell Fellows. Without being a part of this organization, I would not be the outgoing, empathetic, positive leader I am today."
—Lauren Bailey '22, Wandell Fellows President