In the Division of Academic and Student Affairs, there are some colleagues who are in official leadership roles – they serve as chairs of committees, or heads of department, or directors, and so on. These leaders can and should consider the behavioral aspirations for leaders to guide how they show up in their roles and in their interactions with others.
There are also community members who, at times, because of circumstances, find themselves in more informal leadership positions.1 At these times, those community members should consult the behavioral aspirations for leaders and aspire to uphold them where and when possible.
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