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Title: The Leadership Identity Development Model LID as a Framework for Leadership Programs


1
The Leadership Identity Development Model (LID)
as a Framework for Leadership Programs
Leadership Educators Institute College Park,
MD December 6, 2008
  • LID Team
  • Susan R. Komives (Univ. of Maryland) Felicia C.
    Mainella (Peace College) Julie E. Owen (George
    Mason Univ.) Wendy Wagner (Univ. of Maryland)
  • LID Campuses
  • Michelle Etchart (Seattle Univ.) Jessica Manno
    (Lehigh Univ.) Nancy Mathias (St.
    Norbert College) Tom Matthews (SUNY Geneseo)

2
Relational Leadership Model
  • Leadership is
  • a relational and ethical process of people
    together attempting to accomplish positive change
  • Komives, Lucas McMahon (2007). Exploring
    Leadership (2nd ed.), San Francisco Jossey-Bass.

3
1998 2007
4
Relational Leadership Model
5
Stop and Think
  • What did you used to think leadership was?

What do you think it is now?
6

7
Leadership Identity Development
  • Developing a Leadership Identity A Grounded
    Theory
  • Susan R. Komives
  • Julie E. Owen
  • Susan Longerbeam
  • Felicia Mainella
  • Laura Osteen
  • Funding from Burns Academy of Leadership
  • ACPA Educational Leadership Foundation
  • 2001-2002

8
Leadership Identity Development
  • 13 diverse students
  • Nominated using intensity sampling
  • three interviews (1-2 hours each)
  • Constant comparative method

9
Leadership Identity Development
Core Category DEVELOPING A LEADERSHIP IDENTITY
  • Awareness
  • Exploration/Engagement
  • Leader Identified
  • Leadership Differentiated
  • Generativity
  • Integration/Synthesis

10
Leadership Identity Development
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Leadership Identity Development

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Leadership Identity Development
  • leadership identity moved from
  • a hierarchical, leader-centric view
  • to one that embraced leadership
  • as a collaborative, relational process.

I can be A leader even when I am not THE
leader.
13
Leadership Identity Development
  • Campus Practices with LID
  • SUNY Geneseo
  • St. Norbert College
  • Seattle University
  • Lehigh University

14
Leadership Identity Development
15
Three Core Leadership Certificates
  • Bronze Life Skills and Leadership
  • Silver Practicing Leadership
  • Gold Personal Leadership Model
  • Each certificate includes four required workshops
    and four options from a large menu.
  • At the Gold level, the four required workshops
    are
  • A New Look at Diversity
  • History of Leadership
  • Leadership Identity Development
  • Developing a Personal Leadership Model

16
The LID workshop format includes
  • Asking participants to reflect on their multiple
    identities
  • sharing with one or two other participants
  • asking participants to recall their earliest
    recollections of leaders and leadership
  • sharing with one or two other participants
  • offering a brief explanation of the LID research
    citing the Exploring Leadership book
  • distributing the four-page LID handout
  • selecting volunteers to read ACPA Journal quotes
    and summaries of each stage
  • asking participants to figure out where they
    think they are on the chart
  • sharing their stages with one other participant
  • asking participants to share in an open
    discussion
  • directing students to write about their reactions
    in their journal

17
Journal reflections
  • Anna concluded that "I plan to revisit this
    chart. I realized that although there are six
    stages marked on the sheet, the process of
    developing myself as a leader never really ends.
    I hope that by viewing this information from time
    to time and evaluating my growth in different
    groups and organizations, I can continue to grow
    in new ways.
  • Molly said, "By looking at the leadership
    identity development model, I discovered that I
    am a level three out of six for my leadership
    abilities. This means that I am identifying the
    skills that I need to be a good leaders, while
    getting things done and managing others."

18
Leadership Identity Development
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Leadership Development
  • Leadership Programs
  • Alternative Break Trips
  • Emerging Leaders
  • Retreat
  • Workshops
  • Campus project
  • Portfolio (start)
  • Leadership Mentors
  • Lead campus projects
  • Group meetings
  • Leadership Certificate
  • Seminar
  • Portfolio (completion)
  • Trip Participants
  • Education sessions
  • Workshops
  • Trip Leaders
  • Retreat
  • Workshops
  • Group meetings
  • Trip Interns
  • Weekly meetings

20
Goals
Serve - Offer direct service to the members of
their group AND the community they
travel to serve Learn -Gain a deeper
understanding of social issues through ongoing
personal and group action and reflection Live
Responsibly - Experience shared community
responsibility and simple life style Seek Wisdom
- Explore the call to service from multiple faith
and value perspectives Understand Differences -
Value diverse cultures and perspectives
introduce students to new experiences and
viewpoints that may challenge their faith,
understanding and values Lead - Strengthen
individual and shared leadership through
service Act - Return to St. Norbert College
motivated to continue working in direct service
or political action.
21
Numbers
  • In 2008-09
  • 2 staff
  • 2 interns
  • 13 trips
  • 22 trip leaders
  • 110 participants

22
Using LID in TRIPS
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Leadership Identity Development
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Leadership Identity Development
"Im not here singularly to go to class and learn
content for my major, but to also learn about
life, different cultures, and most importantly,
about myself."- Scott Wojciechowski 09?biology
and secondary education major
25
The LID Model at Lehigh
  • The Test True Method
  • P.E.E.R Leadership
  • Puzzle Activity, Personal Story, Create a Story
  • Leadership Identity Development Worksheet
  • The New Experimental Method
  • Leadership Lehigh, Phase 4
  • Leadership Identity Development Journey Project
  • Connections Reflections

26
Leadership Identity Development
  • How are you using LID?
  • How do you use any other developmental models?

27
Leadership Identity Development
  • How do other developmental theories inform
    leadership design?
  • Critiquing the LID model
  • What challenges have you found applying the LID
    Model?
  • What benefits has the model provided?

28
Leadership Identity Development
  • Other uses of LID
  • Forthcoming assessment instrument!!
  • (Wagners dissertation)
  • LID as framework for International Leadership
    Association Guidelines for teaching and learning

29
The Leadership Identity Development Model (LID)
as a Framework for Leadership Programs
Leadership Educators Institute College Park,
MD December 6, 2008
  • LID Team
  • Susan R. Komives (Univ. of Maryland) Felicia C.
    Mainella (Peace College) Julie E. Owen (George
    Mason Univ.) Wendy Wagner (Univ. of Maryland)
  • LID Campuses
  • Michelle Etchart (Seattle Univ.) Jessica Manno
    (Lehigh Univ.) Nancy Mathias (St.
    Norbert College) Tom Matthews (SUNY Geneseo)
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