- The individual (i.e., “being in charge”) and
- The collective (collaborative activity)
- Leadership through Voice and Culture - Building girls’ ability to use their voices in celebrating their culture
- Leadership through Social Action/Change - Community change that affects the environments girls participate in
- Leadership through Traditional Achievement - Building girls’ competencies, skills and qualities so that they can advance in the world
Resource: Girl Scout Research Institute (2006). Unpublished Pilot Survey Results on Girls and Leadership. NewYork: Girl Scouts of the USA.