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Video: Prophetic leadership (with 2018 Marist school leaders)

05 February 2018

Student leaders from Marist schools across Australia share their thoughts about prophetic leadership, some of their role models, and what they're hoping to achieve as leaders in their own school this year.

 

Questions for students
 
How is your definition of prophetic leadership the same or different from those expressed in the video?
 
What does it mean to be a prophetic leader?
 
Who inspires you as a prophetic leader? Why?
 
How will you show prophetic leadership at your school?
 
 
 
Video presented by Australian Catholics magazine, in association with Marist Schools Australia. With thanks to Sisilina from Cardijn College, Kara from Sacred Heart College, Lachlan from Sacred Heart College, Justin from Lavalla Catholic College, Georgia from Notre Dame College and James from Marcellin College. Video and editing by Madeline Forde. 

 

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