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From the Classroom to the Boardroom: Behaviors Associated with Both Student Leader and Business Leader Effectiveness Public

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  • Each year thousands of college graduates enter the business world armed with skills accumulated as student leaders, but how applicable are these skills to the business world? While there are many studies on learnable behaviors associated with effective student leadership and many studies on behaviors associated with effective business leadership, much less is known about how leadership effectiveness in these contexts compare. In this study I compare one comprehensive study of effective student leader behaviors to five articles on behaviors associated with effective business leadership in order to better understand how leadership in these contexts compare. Results suggest important similarities and critical differences. I conclude with observations and suggestions for student leaders making the transition to the business world.
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