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Title: High Tech AND High Touch: A Different Approach to Presenting Student Leadership Development Programs


1
  • High Tech AND High Touch A Different Approach to
    Presenting Student Leadership Development
    Programs

2
Introductions
  • Presenters

Kyle Dooley, Leadership Intern, Bridgewater State
College Cathy Holbrook, Associate VP, Student
Affairs, Bridgewater State College Cindy Kane,
Director, Office of Student Involvement and
Leadership, Bridgewater State College Michael
Miller, High Impact Training
3
Session Goals
  • Share our experiences in trying to reach a
    broader segment of the student population with
    our leadership curriculum
  • Group discussion about the use of technology to
    deliver traditional programs in more engaging
    ways that serve a more diverse audience

4
Intended Outcomes
  • Session Participants will
  • Gain an understanding of the elements involved in
    establishing a podcast leadership program
  • See examples of program materials
  • Gain an understanding of the benefits and
    challenges BSC faced in implementing this program
  • Have the opportunity to discuss the program and
    its application with other participants

5
Importance of Leadership Programs
  • Philosophical basis
  • Leadership and Student Success
  • Data from Kuh and Career Services
  • Millennial Generation
  • What Students Tell Us

6
Original BSC Leadership Institute
  • Original Program Format initiated in 1995
  • 6 to 8 week series of 2 hour workshops
  • Frequently a full day opening session
  • Same day and time each week
  • Variety of presenters, sometimes loosely linking
    on other presentations
  • Consistent requirements for each participant
    (mentor, group project, etc.)
  • Students were nominated

7
Challenges over Time
  • Shrinking attendance
  • Equal access
  • Space on campus
  • Return on investment
  • Not meeting intended outcomes

8
Features of New Leadership Institute
  • Series of ten (10) fifteen-minute podcasts on a
    variety of leadership topics.
  • Options for three different levels of
    participation by students.
  • Interactive Blackboard site to host program
    discussions.
  • Opening and Closing events to foster interaction.
  • Program Guidebook designed as companion resource
    to podcasts.
  • Open participation process

9
Transforming Leadership Education on the BSC
Campus
  • Now…
  • 40 participants
  • 10 podcasts of 15 minutes each
  • Opt-in mentor program
  • Optional project components
  • Consultant pre-recorded podcasts
  • Then…
  • 11 participants
  • 6 week seminar series
  • Required mentor program
  • Required project components
  • Mix of campus and off campus presenters

10
Conception of the Pilot Program
  • Institutional Commitment to Leadership
  • Leadership and technology as tenets of college
    strategic plan
  • Establishing vision for an online program
  • Student Affairs funding to create the pilot
  • Personnel Support
  • Role of BSC Information Technology Dept.
  • Hiring Michael Miller as consultant
  • Collaboration between BSC staff and consultant

11
Adapting Existing Program
  • Modifying Content to new format
  • Collaboration in creating the material
  • Marketing the Concept
  • Using Podcasts for Ads
  • Teaching Others about Podcasting Format
  • Appealing to new untapped segments of the student
    population

12
Adapting Existing Program (cont.)
  • Tips/Steps to Consider
  • Unanticipated challenges we faced
  • Unexpected successes
  • Deciding to Use a Consultant or Not
  • Involving Current Student Leaders
  • Using a student intern
  • Getting Student input/feedback as you plan

13
Sharing the Program
  • Blackboard Site
  • Walk-through a Lesson Using the Guidebook
  • What Worked Well with the Program?
  • What execution challenges did we face?

14
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15
Program Assessment
  • Skills Assessment
  • Pre- and post tests of 10 targeted areas
  • Understanding Leadership Style
  • Time Management
  • Goal Setting
  • Role Modeling
  • Assertiveness/Constructive Criticism
  • Group Facilitation
  • Delegation
  • Ethical Decision-Making
  • Professional Etiquette
  • Recognizing Accomplishments

16
Program Assessment
  • Results
  • Significant group gains in Effective delegation
    and Recognizing Accomplishments
  • Noticeable gains in Time Management and
    Assertiveness
  • Program Evaluations
  • Focused on Satisfaction and Overall Feedback on
    Program Elements
  • Will Guide Modifications

17
Take Away Themes
  • Format allows for contribution to core curriculum
    as writing is now a teachable skill in this
    program
  • Be prepared for colleagues to challenge
    effectiveness of technology based approach
  • Podcast format as an effective enhancement to
    current offerings, not a stand alone
  • Format appeals to differently abled,
    international students, non-traditional as
    evidenced in evaluations

18
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