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JLBC Cadet Corps Leadership for Teens Course Syllabus

JLBC Cadet Corps Leadership for Teens Course Syllabus

Course Overview:

This 15-week course is designed to give teens a comprehensive understanding of leadership, its applications in various sectors, and personal leadership development. Through engaging lectures, discussions, case studies, and activities, students will gain a practical understanding of leadership principles and how to apply them.

Week-by-Week Outline:

Week 1: Introduction to Leadership

  • Understanding the concept of leadership

  • Different leadership styles and their applications

  • Foundations of effective leadership

  • Leadership within the JLBC Cadet Corps

Week 2-7: Leadership in Various Contexts

  • Leadership in the military

  • Leadership in Corporate America

  • Leadership in entrepreneurship

  • Leadership in government

  • Leadership in the police department

  • Leadership in the fire department

  • Leadership in the intelligence community

Week 8: Understanding Authority and Responsibility

  • Concept and types of Authority

  • Understanding the role of responsibility

  • Balancing Authority and responsibility

  • Delegation of Authority and responsibility

  • Ethical considerations

Week 9-10: Leadership in Practice: Case Studies

  • Review and analysis of real-world leadership case studies

  • Identification and understanding of different leadership styles

  • Examination of Authority, responsibility, and ethical considerations

Week 11-14: Developing Personal Leadership Skills

  • Importance of self-awareness and emotional intelligence in leadership

  • Identification of personal leadership style

  • Leveraging strengths and addressing weaknesses

  • Development of essential leadership skills

  • Importance of continuous learning and adaptation in leadership

  • Creation of a personal leadership plan

Week 15: Course Review and Final Assessment

  • Review of course material

  • A final assessment covering all course material

Assessments and Grading:

Grades will be based on participation, weekly assignments, case study analyses, and a final assessment. Participation and engagement are essential to success in this course.

Required Materials:

All necessary materials will be provided. Students are encouraged to bring a notebook for personal notes and reflections.

Course Expectations:

Students are expected to attend all classes, actively participate in discussions and activities, complete assignments on time, and uphold the JLBC Cadet Corps values of respect, integrity, and excellence.

This syllabus is a guide for the course and is subject to change with advanced notice.

Please note: This course will push you to think critically, reflect personally, and engage deeply with the concept of leadership. Our goal is to help you grow as individuals and leaders, ready to positively impact your communities and future careers.

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