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Title: Emerging College Leaders A Leadership Development Program for Faculty and Professional Staff


1
  • Emerging College LeadersA Leadership Development
    Program for Faculty and Professional Staff
  • Information Presentation

2
Leadership development at Buffalo State - History
  • Call for leadership development in strategic plan
    Initiative 5.3 Empowering leadership at all
    levels
  • Task Forces on leadership chairs,
    professionals, managers, student leadership
    subcommittee
  • Implementation team developed program based on
    recommendations of task forces

3
Leadership Development Planning Assumptions
  • Development happens over time as part of a
    process or system
  • Leadership is teachable - the key capacities
    needed for effective leadership self-awareness,
    systemic thinking and creativity - are
    developable
  • Development is maximized by a variety of
    experiences that challenge people, support them,
    and provide them with understanding of how they
    are doing

4
Leadership Development Planning Assumptions
  • Leadership development processes that integrate
    various experiences and embed them in the
    organizational context are more likely to be
    effective
  • The most effective developmental experiences
    combine three elements feedback, challenge and
    support

5
Leadership Development Planning Assumptions
  • Components of the leadership development system
    must be designed to provide leadership
    opportunities for administrators, faculty, staff
    and students
  • Leadership development occurs when an individual
    is motivated, has an adequate ability to learn,
    and recognizes when new behaviors, skills, and
    attitudes are required

6
Leadership DevelopmentProgram Components
  • Achieving Success through Leadership (Feedback
    Intensive)
  • Emerging College Leaders Program
  • Skill-Building Workshops
  • Student Leadership Programs

7
Benefits to Participants
  • Improved self-awareness
  • Mastery of tools strategies for addressing
    organizational problems
  • Ability to work more effectively with others to
    achieve the strategic goals
  • Improved social awareness

8
Benefits to Participants
  • Ability to think more strategically and identify
    meaningful goals
  • Improved leadership skill set including
  • Problem-Solving Skills
  • Social Judgment, Social Skills, and Emotional
    Intelligence
  • Knowledge (ensure technical competence as part of
    development planning)

9
Benefits to the Institution
  • Short-Term (3-5 years)
  • Units make significant advances toward strategic
    goals
  • Senior leaders have a framework and support for
    developing emerging leaders and direct reports
  • Student leaders are developed in a systematic way
  • Faculty and staff are better prepared to take on
    increased levels of responsibility and
    professional advancement

10
Benefits to the Institution
  • Long-Term (5-10 years)
  • Leadership is one of our competitive advantages
  • Effective leaders anticipate and resolve complex
    issues facing Buffalo State College
  • We become recognized and known for leadership in
    higher education
  • We have the capacity to better attract and retain
    faculty, staff students with leadership
    potential.

11
  • Emerging Leaders
  • Program

12
Mumford Colleagues Leadership Capacity Model
Career Experiences
General Cognitive Ability Crystallized Cognitive
Abilities Motivation Personality
Problem Solving Skills Social Judgment Social
Skills Knowledge
Problem Solving
Performance
Environmental Influences
Reprinted with permission.
13
Creative Problem SolvingA Core Leadership
Competency
  • The available evidence indicates that creative
    problem solving may indeed represent an important
    influence on leader performance (Mumford et al.,
    2000, p. 18)

14
Emerging College Leaders
  • Program Design
  • Battery of 3 self-awareness instruments
  • Foundations of Leadership
  • Skill-building workshops (Creative Problem
    Solving and Crucial Conversations)
  • Individual leadership development plans
  • Follow-up meetings (2)

15
Self-awareness Instruments
  • Leadership Performance Measure
  • Leadership Practices Inventory
  • Problem-solving Measure
  • FourSight
  • Personality Measure
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

16
Foundations of Leadership
  • What is leadership
  • models, theories, leadership in organizations
  • Who am I as a leader
  • self-awareness, debriefing on instruments
  • Individual reflection
  • work with an instrument interpreter one-to-one

17
Skill Building Workshops
  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Adaptation
  • Ability to see alternative solutions
  • Explore ambiguity
  • Ability to question assumptions
  • Ability to think analytically
  • Ability to detect problems
  • Communication Skills- Crucial Conversations
  • Ability to engage in dialogue when stakes are
    high
  • Making it safe to talk about almost anything
  • Being persuasive not abrasive

18
Individual Work
  • Create individual leadership development plans
  • Engage in developmental assignments/activities
  • Work with others (supervisor, chair, colleagues)
    to get ongoing feedback, support
  • Follow-up meetings to assess progress

19
Identifying Participants
  • Application/nomination initiated by individual or
    supervisor/chair/colleague
  • Open to full-time faculty and professional staff
  • Size of group 12-15
  • Selection based on creating a diverse cohort -
    position, departments, gender

20
  • Thank you!
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