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Thesis - Pacific Access Restricted

Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)



First Advisor

Derick A. Morat

First Committee Member

Joanna Royce-Davis

Second Committee Member

Rachelle K. Hackett


The study focuses on the effectiveness of a Greek Leadership class at a university in northern California. Changes in leadership practices were analyzed using Kouzes and Posner's LPI (Leadership Practices Inventory). The LPI was distributed as a pretest and a posttest survey. Analysis in changes of LPI outcomes together with analysis of the four additional questions indicate that the course has a positive impact on students perception of their ability to inspire a shared vision.



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