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Title: Welcome to the Academy for Leadership


1
Welcome to the Academy for Leadership
Development
2
Corners
3
Leadership Lineup
4
Partner Activity Interview Guide
  • Share one of your success stories as an
    organizational leader
  • Share one of your most difficult
    roles/responsibilities as an organizational leader

5
Gifts
  • Name
  • What is your greatest gift?
  • What gifts do you give to family/friends?
  • What gifts do you give your institution?
  • What gifts do you bring with you today?

6
Operational Guide
  • Appreciate, value, and respect differences
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • No rank in the room
  • Everyone participates no one dominates
  • Help us stay on track
  • One speaker at a time do not interrupt
  • Be an active and objective listener
  • Give freely of your experience
  • Keep an open mind
  • Be on time
  • Cell phones must be either off or on vibrate
  • Have fun!

7
Issue Bank
The Issue Bank is a blank sheet of paper that
is posted and used to record important
issues. Items to include in the Issue
Bank NOTE The Issue Bank should always be
posted in plain sight. Anyone can ask that a
topic be placed or written in the Issue Bank.
  • Topics that will be addressed later
  • Questions that should be deferred until the end
    of the current agenda
  • Items that should be the subject of future agendas

8
Program Goal
  • Provide relevant, learner-centered training and
    professional development for organizational
    leaders that is engaging, meaningful, useful, and
    which results in positive change and professional
    growth.

9
How Do I Learn Best? Learning Style Survey
A B C D
Talking Listening
Acting Reacting
Taking small steps Observing overall picture
Being quick Being deliberate
Experimenting Digesting
Carrying out ideas Thinking up ideas
Changing Remaining constant
Being animated Being reserved
Doing Watching
Being goal oriented Being process oriented
Being practical Seeing ideals
Changing as I go Mapping out in advance
Finding solutions Identifying problems
Formulating answers Formulating questions
Total the number of As, Bs, Cs, and Ds
you checked and write them below. As
__________ Bs __________ Cs __________ Ds
__________
(Karre, 1994)
10
How Do I Learn Best? Learning Style Survey
1 2 3 4
Intuitive Logical
Personally involved Impersonally objective
Emotional Intellectual
Supportive Critical
Eager to discuss with others Prone to analyze by myself
Interested in new experiences Interested in new ideas, models
A believer in opinion A believer in theory
Accepting Questioning
Feeling Thinking
A quick risk taker A slow risk taker
Prone to trial and error Prone to planning and organizing
People-oriented Task-oriented
Ready to jump in Wanting facts first
Dependent Independent
Total the number of 1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s,
and write them below. 1s __________ 2s
__________ 3s __________ 4s __________
(Karre, 1994)
11
Learning Style Profile
Feeling
A
B
C
D
1
2
Doing
Watching
3
4
Thinking
12
Learning Style Profile
Feeling
A
B
C
D
1
2
Doing
Watching
3
4
Thinking
13
Learning Style Profile
Feeling
A
B
C
D
1
2
Doing
Watching
3
4
Thinking
14
Learning Style Profile
Feeling
A
B
C
D
1
2
Doing
Watching
3
4
Thinking
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Learning Style Profile
Feeling
A
B
C
D
1
2
Imaginative
Enthusiastic
Doing
Watching
3
Practical
Logical
4
Thinking
16
Learning Style Activity Discussion
  • Write, draw, or somehow represent the
    characteristics of your learning style.
  • What kinds of activities and experiences do you
    prefer as a learner?
  • What do you need from others (facilitator and
    colleagues) to be successful in your learning?

17
Enthusiastic Learners
  • Enthusiastic
  • Dynamic
  • Comfortable with others
  • Good starter
  • Jumps right in
  • Impulsive
  • Creative

18
Imaginative Learners
  • Perceive information concretely
  • Process reflectively
  • Believe in their own experience
  • Are team oriented
  • Are good listeners
  • Think alone first, then with a group
  • Are caring of others in the classroom

19
Practical Learners
  • Problem solvers
  • Seek utility and results
  • Perceive information abstractly and process it
    actively
  • Decisive
  • Take action on tasks
  • Like to be in control of the situation
  • Hard workers

20
Logical Learners
  • Organized
  • Follow a plan
  • Work independently
  • Precise, thorough, careful
  • Follow directions
  • Calculated the probabilities
  • Like manipulatives

21
Overview of Learning Styles
Enthusiastic Learners Learners who are active, involved, and also feeling-oriented
Imaginative Learners Learners who are feeling-type learners, but who are also deliberative and studied
Practical Learners Learners who are thinkers and also active problem solvers
Logical Learners Learners who are deliberative, unhurried, and also thinkers, relating most to ideas
22
Synthesis of Educational Research
  • 10 of what they Read
  • 20 of what they Hear
  • 30 of what they See
  • 50 of what they Hear and See
  • 70 of what they Say
  • 90 of what they Say as they Do something

23
Learning and Retention
24
Program Principles Values
  • The Program is designed upon the following
    leadership principles and values
  • Building and Sustaining a Learning and Leading
    Community of Organizational Leaders
  • Developing Effective, Inspired, Transformational
    Leadership
  • Developing Leadership Communication and Coaching
    Skills
  • Engaging in Learner-Centered, Community-Centered
    Environments
  • Appreciating, Valuing, Respecting, and
    Celebrating Diversity
  • Recognizing, Valuing, and Capitalizing on
    Strengths

25
Program Principles Values Contd
  1. Recognizing, Valuing, and Capitalizing on
    Strengths
  2. Being Relevant and Cutting-Edge, Relying on
    Up-To-Date Theory and Research on Leadership
  3. Seeking Results in Personal and Professional
    Change and Growth
  4. Engaging in Dialogue and Discovery
  5. Engaging in Journaling and Reflective Practice
  6. Seeking to Understand Self and Relationships for
    the Expressed Purpose of Mindful Communication
    and Leadership
  7. Making a Difference in the Lives of Individuals,
    Teams, Departments, and Communities

26
Program Principle and Value 1 Building and
Sustaining a Learning and Leading Community of
Organizational Leaders
  • Learning Contact
  • Cooperation Among Leaders
  • Active Learning/Time on
  • Task
  • Prompt Feedback
  • High Expectations
  • Quality of Professional Development Experience
  • Influential Interactions with Others in the
    Learning Community
  • Supportive Environment

27
Program Principle and Value 2 Developing
Effective, Inspired, Transformational Leadership
  • The Academy is dedicated to fostering leaders who
    understand and effectively practice the
    components of effective, transformational
    leadership
  • Vision
  • Creativity
  • Interaction
  • Empowerment
  • Passion

Leadership is not at all about personality its
about practice. (Kouzes and Posner, 2002)
28
Program Principle and Value 3 Developing
Leadership Communication and Coaching Skills
  • Principles of communication
  • Listening for leaders
  • Messages verbal and
  • nonverbal
  • Giving and receiving
  • feedback
  • Managing conflict
  • Establishing and maintaining relationships
  • Coaching for success

29
Program Principle and Value 4 Engaging in
Learner-Centered, Community-Centered Environments
  • The training will be action-centered, featuring
    many activities such as written exercises,
  • reflecting, survey
  • instruments,
  • demonstrations,
  • small group discussions, role playing,
    audio/visual aids, and case studies.

30
Program Principle and Value 5 Appreciating,
Valuing, Respecting and Celebrating Differences
  • Be open to differences
  • among people
  • Empathize with the
  • other person
  • Communicate positiveness to others
  • Use immediacy to unite yourself with others
  • Engage in effective interaction management
  • Communicate expressiveness
  • Be other-oriented

31
Program Principle and Value 6 Recognizing,
Valuing, and Capitalizing on Strengths
  • Accept strengths and help others accept and value
    the talents they have.
  • Value and inspire team members to recognize each
    others talents.
  • Connect and get
  • individuals to connect
  • their talents to crucial
  • outcomes.

32
Program Principle and Value 7 Being Relevant
and Cutting-Edge, Relying on Up-To-Date Theory
and Research on Leadership
The Academy will strive to present material and
experiences that are relevant to post-secondary
education experiences, your situation(s) and
your learning needs.
33
Program Principle and Value 8 Seeking Results
in Personal and Professional Change and Growth
  • Cultivating change through collaborative
    reflection
  • Taking the time to talk
  • Having the courage to slow
  • down and start conversations
  • with each other
  • Reflecting together to become
  • more aware of each others actions and
    intentions
  • Approaching issues together with curiosity, not
    certainty
  • Listening for the differences, for whats going
    to surprise us, for what we didnt expect to
    hear.

34
Program Principle and Value 9 Engaging in
Dialogue and Discovery
The hallmark of the community of truth is
psychological intimacy or political civility or
pragmatic accountability, though it does not
exclude these virtues. This model of community
reaches deeper, into ontology and
epistemologyinto assumptions about the nature of
reality and how we know iton which all education
is built. The hallmark of the community of truth
is in its claim that reality is a web of communal
relationships, and we can know reality only by
being in community with it.
(Parker Palmer, 1998)
35
Program Principle and Value 10 Engaging in
Journaling and Reflective Practice
  • Journaling is the process of recording ones
    reflective thoughts
  • The format for ones journal varies from one
    individual to another

36
Program Principle and Value 11 Seeking to
Understand Self and Relationships for the Express
Purpose of Mindful Communication and Leadership
  • The true force that attracts others is the force
    of the heart.
  • (Kouzes and Posner, 2002)
  • Transformation begins with trust. Trust is the
    essential link between leader and led, vital to
    peoples satisfaction and loyalty, vital to
    followership.

(Evans, 2002)
37
Program Principle and Value 12 Making a
Difference in the Lives of Individuals, Teams,
Colleges, and Communities
  • One person can make a difference in an
    organization!

38
Program Components
  • Initial five-day seminar, including the
    development of an Individual Professional
    Development Plan (IPDP)
  • Practicum experience implementation of an
    Individual Professional Development Plan,
    reflective practice, and journaling
  • Mentoring
  • Electronic forum
  • Closing five-day seminar
  • Optional graduate credit

39
The Practicum
  • Implementation of an Individual Leadership
    Development Plan (IPDP)
  • Selecting Mentors
  • The Academy Liaison/Coach
  • Electronic Forum
  • Reflective Practice and Journaling

40
Program Topic Areas
  • First Seminar
  • Welcome and Overview
  • Complex Role of the Organizational Leader
  • Authentic Assessments
  • Developing Your Individual Professional
    Development Plan
  • Understanding Self Others Work Behavioral
    Styles
  • Leadership Assessments Academy Surveys (MLQ
    LSPS)
  • Leading Managing Effective Teams Work Groups
  • Strategic Planning Scenario Thinking
  • Managing Conflict Productively Engaging in
    Crucial Conversations
  • The Leadership Practicum Components,
    Connections, Mentors, Coaching
  • Closing
  • Leadership Academy Program Competencies

41
Program Topic Areas
  • Second Seminar
  • Welcome and Practicum Reflection
  • Dimensions of Leadership
  • Leadership Assessments Academy Surveys
  • Managing and Leading Change in Teams and
    Organizations
  • Appreciating and Valuing Cultural Diversity
  • Leading Part-Time Staff
  • Hiring and Orienting for Excellence
  • Coaching and Developing Staff
  • Recognizing and Celebrating Values and Victories
  • Closing and Graduation
  • Leadership Competencies
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