Four Dimensions of Student Leadership: What Predicts Students' Attitudes Toward Leadership Developrnent?
Multiple regression was performed on four dependent variables derived from the results of a student survey measuring attitudes about student leadership: (a) leadership is important to the student, (b) the student considers himself or herself to be a leader, (c) leadership will be important to the student after college, and (d) leaders need to be able to work in teams or groups. Each of 10 independent variables was a significant predictor of one or more dependent variables.
This article is published as John Shertzer, Vernon Wall, Alisa Frandsen, Yan Guo, Donald F. Whalen, and Mack Shelley II, “Four Dimensions of Student Leadership: What Predicts Students’ Attitudes Toward Leadership Development?,” The College Student Affairs Journal, 25(1), 85-108 (2005). Posted with permission.