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iLead Learning Modules

iLead Learning Modules

These modules apply to both the iLead Leadership Certificate and the Employee Development programs. Each learning module has four sections:

  • Learning Outcome – Outlines the learning outcome or what is expected to be learned by completing the study and assignments specified in the learning module.
  • Instruction – Instruction begins with a short video segment which outlines the main principle(s) or idea(s) being taught. Bullet points summarizing key elements of instruction are linked to (an) article(s) or reading(s) that provide more in-depth background.
  • Practice Assignment – After completing the instructional material, it is important to find real application for what you have learned. The practice assignment enables the user to apply the instruction to a practical situation. This written summary is submitted online and recorded in the student’s iLead file.
  • Reflection – After having reviewed the key points of instruction and completing the Practice Assignment, the student should be prepared to do a self-assessment or reflection. This is an online submission in response to questions relating to the specific learning module.

  • Completion of each module is tracked in the iLead system by individual student or registrant. When you are registered and logged in, you can track your progress either below, at the iLead Certification or Employee Development page. Authorized administrators and supervisors can also track your progress, review submissions and dates of completion for each iLead Learning Module.

    Learning Module Practice Reflection
    David O. McKay's Prophecy
    Follow Good
    Serve with Aloha
    Becoming an Active Learner
    Time Management
    Personal Budgeting
    Taking Responsibility
    Making a Difference
    Leadership Styles
    Respect People
    Achieve Results
    Know the Rules
    Group Meetings
    Creating Vision
    Learn from Experience
    Teach Correct Principles
    Management Principles
    1 on 1 Meetings
    Organizational Budgeting
    Solving Big Issues