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Title: Hardeman County Leadership Program Lindsey Conley


1
Hardeman County Leadership Program Lindsey Conley
Clay Bassham
2
Issues In Hardeman County
  • Lack of education Opportunity
  • No post secondary education opportunities
    /literacy stagnant
  • Agricultural Based Community with little industry
  • The 80/20 rule for work and workers
  • Large disparity between social economic levels
  • Texas Cooperative Extension
  • Pursue grants and low interest loans for local
    improvements including Hardeman County
    Courthouse, Quanah City Park, Quanah Community
    Building, city infrastructures (sewer, water,
    utilities, and transportation), and youth
    recreation center.
  • The group felt that tourism was the number 1
    concern for Hardeman County. The availability of
    quality motels and the absence of available
    liquor in the county is a problem. We should be
    aware of the rights and needs of absentee land
    owners that pay county taxes and spend tourism
    dollars on hunting, fishing, lodging, and food.
    We need to continue to support the fresh water
    lake project on Pease River, being aware of the
    tourism potential.

3
Situation Industry in Hardeman County
Industry Overview (2005) Value
(By Place of Work) Value
Covered Employment 1,247
   Avg wage per job 26,978
Manufacturing - all jobs in County 0.00
   Avg wage per job N/A
Transportation Warehousing - all jobs in County 1.00
   Avg wage per job 35,260
Health Care, Social Assist. - all jobs in County 9.50
   Avg wage per job 15,206
Finance and Insurance - all jobs in County 0.00
   Avg wage per job N/A
4
Situation
Description Estab- Sales, receipts Annual Paid
lish- or shipments payroll employees
ments (1,000 -1000  
Wholesale trade 7 11,888 851 27
Retail trade 19 14,721 1,670 107
Information 4 N 179 13
Real estate rental leasing 1 D D (1-19)
Professional, scientific, technical services 7 812 240 16
Admin waste manag remed service 1 D D (1-19)
Health care social assistance 12 10,428 3,932 189
Arts, entertainment, recreation 1 D D (1-19)
Accommodation food services 10 3,353 1,182 121
Other services (except public administration) 8 2,182 503 28
5
The People In Hardeman County
People Income Overview Value
(By Place of Residence) Value
Population (2006) 4,250
   Growth () since 1990 -19.60
Households (2000) 1,943
Labor Force (persons) (2005) 2,289
Unemployment Rate (2005) 4.7
Per Capita Personal Income (2004) 24,126
Median Household Income (2004) 29,083
Poverty Rate (2004) 16.7
H.S. Diploma or More - of Adults 25 (2000) 70.7
Bachelor's Deg. or More - of Adults 25 (2000) 12.8
6
Targeted Audience
  • Audience
  • Primary-Working Force (18-65 years of age)
  • 50 people /1.5 of population
  • Secondary- Children Elderly (0-18, 65)
  • 30 High School Age (9-12 grade) 30
  • Third- Influences outside
  • Outside investors, philanthropists, and
    entrepreneurs

7
Intended Outcomes
  • Participants will know their five key strengths
  • Able to cite 5 strengths
  • Workshop participants will be able to determine
    their greatest strength and will be able to
    analyze its benefit to their community with
    regards to developing the economy and community
    involvement
  • Able to define strengths
  • Choose their greatest strength and analysis how
    to use it
  • Ex. Establishing a hunting camp
  • By the end of the workshop, learners will be
    inspired to apply their strengths toward the
    development of Hardeman County

8
Program Design and Layout
  • Strengths Testing- Gallup Survey
  • Analysis of Results- 34 talent attributes
  • Explanation by facilitators in order to
    understand the practical application of results
  • Group interaction based on strengths findings
  • Implementation of talents into community
    development application or program
  • Understanding that talents can be a part of the
    contribution to the community

9
Program Delivery
  • Workshop
  • PowerPoint, Strengths Training
  • Role playing
  • Exhibiting Talents to others
  • Method demonstrations
  • Application of use of Strengths Training in
    developing hunting camp employees
  • Result demonstrations
  • SFA office- TAMU campus
  • Ceridian Corporation
  • Lance Armstrong
  • Career counseling for grad. Purdue, Dakota
    Wesleyan Univ.

10
Outcomes Impact
Directions Please put the number in the blank next to the question that best represents your opinion about the workshop knowledge before and after the program. Directions Please put the number in the blank next to the question that best represents your opinion about the workshop knowledge before and after the program. Directions Please put the number in the blank next to the question that best represents your opinion about the workshop knowledge before and after the program. Directions Please put the number in the blank next to the question that best represents your opinion about the workshop knowledge before and after the program. Directions Please put the number in the blank next to the question that best represents your opinion about the workshop knowledge before and after the program. Directions Please put the number in the blank next to the question that best represents your opinion about the workshop knowledge before and after the program. Directions Please put the number in the blank next to the question that best represents your opinion about the workshop knowledge before and after the program. Directions Please put the number in the blank next to the question that best represents your opinion about the workshop knowledge before and after the program.  
  NONE A LITTLE S0MEWHAT MOSTLY COMPLETLY Program Program
  1 2 3 4 5   Before  After

1 Did you now anything about your talents before the program? Did you now anything about your talents before the program? Did you now anything about your talents before the program? Did you now anything about your talents before the program? Did you now anything about your talents before the program? Did you now anything about your talents before the program?    
2 Can you recite your five talents? Can you recite your five talents? Can you recite your five talents? Can you recite your five talents? Can you recite your five talents? Can you recite your five talents?    
3 Do you know what your 5 talents mean? Do you know what your 5 talents mean? Do you know what your 5 talents mean? Do you know what your 5 talents mean? Do you know what your 5 talents mean? Do you know what your 5 talents mean?    
4 Do you know how to apply your talents toward industry (ex hunting camp)? Do you know how to apply your talents toward industry (ex hunting camp)? Do you know how to apply your talents toward industry (ex hunting camp)? Do you know how to apply your talents toward industry (ex hunting camp)? Do you know how to apply your talents toward industry (ex hunting camp)? Do you know how to apply your talents toward industry (ex hunting camp)?    
5 Did you see where you could use your talents in the community? Did you see where you could use your talents in the community? Did you see where you could use your talents in the community? Did you see where you could use your talents in the community? Did you see where you could use your talents in the community?      
6 Do you see how to select others by their talents to perform certain task? Do you see how to select others by their talents to perform certain task? Do you see how to select others by their talents to perform certain task? Do you see how to select others by their talents to perform certain task? Do you see how to select others by their talents to perform certain task?      
7 Can you identify task and talents together? Can you identify task and talents together? Can you identify task and talents together? Can you identify task and talents together? Can you identify task and talents together?      
8 Are you able identify others that would be willing to collaborate for community projects? Are you able identify others that would be willing to collaborate for community projects? Are you able identify others that would be willing to collaborate for community projects? Are you able identify others that would be willing to collaborate for community projects? Are you able identify others that would be willing to collaborate for community projects? Are you able identify others that would be willing to collaborate for community projects?    
10 Were you made aware of any new changes that face the county? Were you made aware of any new changes that face the county? Were you made aware of any new changes that face the county? Were you made aware of any new changes that face the county? Were you made aware of any new changes that face the county? Were you made aware of any new changes that face the county?    
11
Interpreting the Results
  • Review results and modify program according to
    recommendations from data
  • Develop a packet of information about results to
    distribute to participants and community leaders
  • After six months, distribute email survey to
    measure continued success
  • examples
  • Do you still know your five talents?
  • Are you recognizing talents in others which could
    be utilized?
  • Has your community benefited as a result of the
    workshop?

12
Questions
  • Thank you for your time
  • and are there any questions?
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