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Leadership (student module): Who are You as a Leader?

In order for you to become an effective leader, it is important to get to know your own personal leadership style, your personality, what your values are and what motivates you. Listed below are different surveys (and the online sites where you can take them) to help you explore these areas and learn more about who you are and what you believe leadership is all about.

  • Leadership Assessment Tools contains links to a variety of leadership assessment tools. There are tools geared for both new leaders and those with years of experience.
  • Leadership Style Survey was developed by psychologist Kurt Lewin and determines which one of his three leadership styles you most align with.
  • Leadership Assessment Activity 

Personality Inventories

  • Jung Typology Test based on Jung and Myers-Briggs typology and will classify you into environment preferences in four areas. For a more detailed Myers-Briggs analysis, please check with campus resources to see if they offer this service
  • Keirsey Temperament Sorter-II This instrument was designed by David Keirsey PhD for corporate, career and personal development. It sorts individuals into four different groups: Artisans, Guardians, Rationals and Idealists.

How To Get Involved

Sponsor a STARS Corps Student

Does your company or organization want to help further the impact STARS is making on women and minorities involved in computing? If so, we have multiple opportunities to partner with STARS!

Participate in the STARS Celebration

Join us for our annual leadership conference highlighting the achievements of our STARS Corps students and schools. Speakers, panelists, sponsors, community partners and general attendees are welcome!

Adopt the STARS Leadership Corps Model

The Corps is a curricular or co-curricular service-learning program that fosters student-led regional engagement. Find out how your institution can become part of STARS today!

Find a STARS partner near you

Community partners are vital to the mission of STARS. If you are currently implementing K-12 outreach and service learning, learn how STARS students can help implement your existing programs.

Join the STARS Online Community

Looking for unique resources or individuals to connect on great civic projects? Join our STARS Online community or visit the Digital Library for best practices and shared resources.


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