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Title: Participatory Leadership for Ashevilles Common Good Working Session Leadership Asheville October 15,


1
Participatory Leadership for Ashevilles Common
Good Working Session Leadership
Asheville October 15, 2008
  • David G. Brown, Facilitator
  • Former Chancellor, UNC Asheville
  • Executive Director, Asheville Hub
  • brown_at_wfu.edu
  • www.wfu.edu/brown

2
Theme Successful Leaders…
  • Are alert to leverage opportunities.
  • Are guided by a few basic principles.
  • Facilitate and advertise an easy success.
  • Nurture broad ownership through participation.

3
Outline of Session
  • State overall theme.
  • Give example of successful leadership.
  • Identify YOUR guiding principles.
  • Identify upcoming leverage opportunities.
  • Hubs motivation and opportunities.
  • In caucus, share your best take-aways and/or
    suggestions to the Hub.

4
EXAMPLE Wake Forests Laptop Computers for All
Program
  • Leverage Nations love affair with computers.
  • Philosophy Students learn more when students
    and faculty trust each other. Trust is nurtured
    by frequent, high quality communication.
  • Plan Provide both students and faculty with the
    same, powerful communication device.
  • Participation Let students and faculty select
    the device and how to use it.
  • Result Higher national ranking, etc.

5
Browns First Year Seminar
  • Before During Class
  • --Students find URLs identify criteria
  • --Interactive exercises
  • --Muddiest point
  • --Lecture notes
  • --Email dialogue
  • --Cybershows
  • --One-minute quiz
  • --Computer tip talk
  • --Class polls
  • --Team projects

After Class Other --Edit drafts by team --Gues
t editors --Hyperlinks pictures --Access previ
ous papers --Daily announcements --Team web page
--Personal web pages --Exams include computer
--Portfolio --Materials Forever
6
Principles of Successful Presidents Source DGB,
Leadership Vitality, ACE, 1979
  • Have a principle!
  • Know the principle!
  • Articulate the principle, with consistency,
    credibility, predictability and integrity!

7
Principle(s) YOU Believe Should Guide Ashevilles
Development Efforts
  • Take the time to do it rightcarl
  • Do what is right and just pete
  • Consistent thorough and fair dave
  • Do whats best for kids (stakeholders)
  • Keep the main thing, the main thing
  • Be ethical in your decisions
  • Michael do what you say you will do
  • Michael- make sure other voices will be heard
  • Kristia- is it mission driven?

8
Principle(s) YOU Believe Should Guide Ashevilles
Development Efforts
  • Seek sustainability
  • Sharon- empower everyone to share opinion and
    come together in collaboration.

9
Leaders Leverage Points (SWOT Analysis)
  • Wanda- scaleable sustainable development---
    neighorhoods
  • Location. Natural resources.
  • 4 seasons.
  • 2nd home people a well educated resource
  • Tom-cultural opportunities are unique. Need
    lonely planet guide.
  • Diverse, weird. Threat is absence of meshing of
    ideas.
  • Accessibility from interstate system
  • Services we offer
  • Smart growth

10
Leaders Leverage Points (SWOT Analysis)
  • Downtown, education
  • Creative class. Affordable housing.
  • Phil- attitude enlightened wellness active living
    happiest community
  • Need more self reflective, realistic
  • Need to examine whether we are tolerant or not.


11
Theme Reminder
  • Successful leaders….
  • Are alert to leverage opportunities.
  • Are guided by a few basic principles.
  • Facilitate and advertise an easy success.
  • Nurture broad ownership through participation.

12
The Asheville Hubs Principles
  • Quality jobs.
  • Development Community and cultural, as well as
    economic.
  • Hot opportunities, comparative advantage.
  • Provide a vision, catalyze existing agencies to
    focus collaborate, and ultimately, measure
    success.
  • Persuade and enable Asheville to prosper from the
    New Economy.

13
Asheville Hub Alliance (Executive Committee in
Green Type)
  • Terry Bellamy, City of Asheville
  • Janice Brumit, Brumit Brumit Development Co.
  • Robin Cape, City of Asheville
  • Dale Carroll, AdvantageWest
  • Jack Cecil, Biltmore Farms
  • Steve Cochran, Sustainability Strategies
  • Joe Damore, Mission Hospitals
  • Scott Dedman, Mountain Housing Opportunities

Cliff Dodson, Buncombe County Schools
Joyce Dorr, Asheville Area Center for the
Performing Arts Vernon Dover, Progress Energy (r
etired) Wanda Greene, Buncombe County Randy Hamm
er, Asheville Citizen-Times John Hunter, Educatio
n Research Consortium Gary Jackson, City of Ashev
ille
14
Asheville Hub Alliance (Executive Committee in
Green Type)
  • Allen Johnson, Asheville City Schools
  • Rick Lutovsky, Asheville Area Chamber of
    Commerce
  • Kim MacQueen, Gold Hill Associates
  • William Massey, UNC Asheville
  • Dave McConville, The Elumenati
  • Cheryl McMurry, Bent Creek Institute
  • Doug Orr, Black Mountain/Swannanoa Chamber of
    Commerce
  • Mack Pearsall, Pearsall Operating Co.

Anne Ponder, UNC Asheville Nathan Ramsey, Buncomb
e County Bob Roberts, First Citizens Bank Pat Sm
ith, Community Foundation of WNC
Virgil Smith, Gannett Co., Inc.
Alan Thornburg, North Carolina Board of
Transportation Betty Young, AB Tech David Young,
Buncombe County
15
Lead Agencies for Clusters
  • Technology UNC Asheville, AB Tech
  • Rejuvenation Mission Health System
  • Sustainability TBD
  • Creativity Asheville Area Arts Council
  • Land/agriculture NC Cooperative Extension
  • Enterprise/entrepreneurship Asheville Chamber
  • Advanced manufacturing EDC for
    Asheville/Buncombe

16
Some Hub Achievements So Far
  • Summit of climate change leaders, and the
    production and presentation of Climate Alive
    film
  • 80,000 study for new MS in Climate Change and
    Society
  • EDO Consultant Study
  • RENCI and Technology Commercialization Center
  • Downtown Tailgate Market
  • Significant roles in Handmade in Americas Design
    Center and attraction of SRC for climate
    initiative

17
2008-09 Emphases Help Wanted!
  • Help Centers for Environmental and Climate
    Interaction attract climate change businesses
    (technology cluster)
  • Make Asheville model city for sustainability,
    with high concentration of green businesses
    (sustainability cluster)
  • Make Asheville home of businesses serving
    wellness healthy lifestyle (rejuvenation
    cluster)
  • Choose measures of economic, social, cultural and
    community goals.

18
Caucus Comments
  • Insure that principle takes predence
  • Leverage points back to Junior League
  • Mary- how can my organization contribute to the
    measures we need
  • Wind is at our back
  • New media is an important opp in AVL

19
Recommended Take Away
  • Two most meaningful Caucus comments
  • Remember LPPP!
  • Leverage Principle Plan Participation
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