The top leaders on our campus community exude the characteristics and mindset of a leader but don’t intentionally participate in those roles.
Tyler Griffin, a second-year business student at FAMU with his own small business, stated that when looking for a strong leader on campus, “The main thing I look for is originality.”
As a business owner, Tyler always thinks on his feet and develops plans to ensure his business model is successful.
Tyler says from his perspective positions in student government are just different ways of handling business and that a good leader or not, the leader should make sure they aren’t trying to be anyone else while getting the job done.
Exposure To Leadership Roles
After speaking with one Student Government Association Sophomore Senator, Lorin May, she indicated that exposure to leadership roles at a young age helped shape her into the leader she is today.
After interviewing and studying leadership further, it is clear that good leaders have positive influences no matter what their title is inside of an organization. We should all strive to be good leaders.