Self Leadership and Academic Performance
John Garger, Metronome Computer Services, NY
Paul H. Jacques, Western Carolina University, NC
This study investigated the impact of self leadership on student performance.
Students from a mid-sized, regional, comprehensive university returned
completed surveys. Results suggest that studentsí transformational self
leadership positively correlates with grade point averages while
passive/avoidant self leadership negatively correlates with grade point
averages. Study limitations and implications are discussed.
Academic Exchange Quarterly Summer 2007 Volume 11, Issue 2