BGHS FBLA participates in Leadership Training
For most of the day Thursday, members of the Bowling Green High School FBLA, as well as several school athletes, participated in a Leadership Training program created by club sponsor Stacie Smith. It was a day of teamwork and self indentification.
“I created this training because as a teacher and a coach, I’ve seen students that possess some leadership qualities,” said Smith. “But as a school, we never work with them collectively to improve those qualities or help them become better leaders.”
Smith added that the goals of the program were to: be introduced to leadership theory; identify students’ strengths and weaknesses as a leader; develop strategies to improve as a leader; increase their skills in positive group interactions; identify personality styles; and role play ways to deal with difficult situations.
The program was funded through a grant from Operation Round Up Cuivre River Electric.
The sponsor added that captains and co- captains of all BGHS sports teams, as well as all club officers were invited to attend.
Check out the rest of the story and some pictures from the event inside the Oct. 16 Bowling Green Times.
Former BGHS principal Brad Kurz reviews a project completed by a few of the participating students.