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Slides presented during administrators track of the 2012 Bonner Summer Leadership Institute.

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Admin track presentations SLI 2012 Admin track presentations SLI 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • Administrators’ TrackSummer Leadership Institute 2012
  • Session 1 | Tuesday, June 5 1:30pm-2:45pmAssessing, Enhancing, and LeveragingStudent DevelopmentSession 2 | Wednesday, June 6 10:15am-12:00pmBuilding Capacity & CollectiveImpact with Community PartnersSession 3 | Thursday, June 7 9:00am-10:15amCampus Infrastructure:Effort & Reach
  • Assessing, Enhancing, & Leveraging Student Development• 2011-12 T&E Assessment | Observations in individual campus teams• 2011-12 T&E Assessment | Opportunities in small groups• Reporting Back all group• Recommended Resources a brief presentation
  • Skills
  • Skills Personal Skills• Active listening• Balance/boundaries• Communication• Decision making• Organization• Planning• Time management• Goal setting
  • Skills Personal Skills Leadership Skills• Active listening • Conflict resolution• Balance/boundaries • Delegation• Communication • Planning• Decision making • Public speaking• Organization • Running a meeting• Planning • Teamwork• Time management • Working with diverse• Goal setting groups
  • Skills Personal Skills Leadership Skills Professional Skills • Budgeting• Active listening • Conflict resolution • Evaluation/research• Balance/boundaries • Delegation • Event planning• Communication • Planning • Fundraising• Decision making • Public speaking • Grant writing• Organization • Running a meeting • Marketing /• Planning • Teamwork Public relations• Time management • Mediation • Working with diverse • Networking• Goal setting groups • Public education / Advocacy • Volunteer management
  • Common Commitments Community International Building Perspective SocialDiversity Justice Civic Spiritual Engagement Exploration
  • Service Road Expertise specialist Example site/project coordinator Experience program assistant (specific role) Exploration intentional short-term immersionExpectation application process & orientation
  • Assessing, Enhancing, and Leveraging Student DevelopmentStudent Development at a Glance
  • T&E Assessment Key• M = Meeting all-Bonner, class-based, one-on-one, conferences• R = Reflection reflection sessions, movie discussions, mentor meetings• T = Trainings Bonner-specific workshops, lectures, retreats, skill building• S = Social gatherings, ceremonies, celebrations, networking fairs• P = Planning Bonner Leadership Team, other planning sessions• C = Campus-Wide related events and initiatives
  • T&E Assessment ActivityWeek of All Frosh Soph Jr Sr Team BLT CampusAugust 22 T PAugust 29 T/RSeptember 5 S P PSeptember 12 M T TSeptember 19 T PSeptember 26 R R TOctober 3 P POctober 10 M R TOctober 17 POctober 24 TOctober 31 R PNovember 7 T PNovember 14 M R PNovember 21 TNovember 28 R PDecember 5 R T PDecember 12 M R P
  • T&E Assessment Activity Week of Meeting Training Reflection Planning SocialAugust 22August 29September 5September 12September 19September 26October 3October 10October 17October 24October 31November 7November 14November 21November 28December 5December 12
  • T&E Assessment Activity
  • T&E Assessment Activity
  • T&E Observations
  • T&E Observations• What is the balance of meetings by class vs all Bonner vs issue/team-based?
  • T&E Observations• What is the balance of meetings by class vs all Bonner vs issue/team-based?• What is the balance of Bonner-focused vs Campus-wide trainings & enrichment activities?
  • T&E Observations• What is the balance of meetings by class vs all Bonner vs issue/team-based?• What is the balance of Bonner-focused vs Campus-wide trainings & enrichment activities?• What’s working well?
  • T&E Observations• What is the balance of meetings by class vs all Bonner vs issue/team-based?• What is the balance of Bonner-focused vs Campus-wide trainings & enrichment activities?• What’s working well?• What’s not working very well?
  • T&E Observations• What is the balance of meetings by class vs all Bonner vs issue/team-based?• What is the balance of Bonner-focused vs Campus-wide trainings & enrichment activities?• What’s working well?• What’s not working very well?• How was attendance?
  • 2011-2012 T&E OpportunitiesIn small groups of 2-3 campuses, discuss these questions and considervarious opportunities to strengthen your training and enrichment calendar: • Where are you seeing gaps in terms of the student experience? • What were some of the best attended and/or most effective sessions this year in terms of student feedback? • What cross-campus and/or community connections may help? (i.e. other offices, faculty, partners as co-educators) • What developmental outcomes do you feel your program is producing? What may be lacking?
  • Student Development Report BackLet’s get some feedback on:• Best Practices effective meetings, workload management, facilitation strategies• Challenges management, planning, design, facilitation, diversity/depth of trainings• Innovations ideas for better design, implementation, and management• Helpful Resources what can the Foundation provide to help you manage this process?
  • Resources for Student Development• Freshmen Orientation Bonner Wiki —http://goo.gl/ycUop• Class-Based Small Group Meetings http://goo.gl/g4fso• All Bonner Large Group Meetings http://goo.gl/ytJ0d• Training Modules Bonner Wiki — http://goo.gl/Kgoxr• Common Commitment Resources Bonner Wiki — http://goo.gl/EOiKh• PowerPoints | Video Slideshare — http://goo.gl/ltiBg | Bonner YouTube — http://goo.gl/ltiBg
  • Building Capacity with Community Partners• ~ Get Out the Vote• Capacity Building Roles• Breakout Brainstorming• Report Back• Bonner Business
  • re•imagine ourCommunity Partnerships 2% 25% 98% 75%
  • re•imagine ourCommunity Partnerships 2% 25% 98% 75%
  • re•imagine ourCommunity Partnerships 2% 25% 98% 75%
  • COMMUNITY-CAMPUS PARTNERSHIPS Org Org OrgPolicyOptions News Digest Org Org Direct Service & Issue Briefs Org Capacity Community- Building Based Program, Planning Research Public Networking & Tech Support Education Convening, Speakers, Forums, Social Media, Dissemination Mapping Think Act
  • Occurring Need / Highly Needn = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly NeedDirect Action (service) Capacity Building Convening CBRPolicy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) Capacity Building Convening CBRPolicy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% Capacity Building Convening CBRPolicy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building Convening CBRPolicy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building 89% Convening CBRPolicy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building 89% 28% Convening CBRPolicy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building 89% 28% Convening 87% CBRPolicy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building 89% 28% Convening 87% 25% CBRPolicy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building 89% 28% Convening 87% 25% CBR 85%Policy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building 89% 28% Convening 87% 25% CBR 85% 24%Policy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building 89% 28% Convening 87% 25% CBR 85% 24%Policy News & Analysis 92% Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building 89% 28% Convening 87% 25% CBR 85% 24%Policy News & Analysis 92% 34% Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • Occurring Need / Highly Need 47%Direct Action (service) 92% 19% Capacity Building 89% 28% Convening 87% 25% CBR 85% 24%Policy News & Analysis 92% 34% Community Info Hub 88% 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups
  • CAPACITY BUILDING METRICSOrganizational Infrastructure & ResourcesTechnology Database development | Knowledge management | Social mediaFinancial Resources Fundraising plans | Committee recruited | Resources identifiedVolunteer Generation Roles defined | Plan developed | Volunteers recruited | RecognizedOrg. Management & Operations Improve internal operation systems | Improved service deliveryCommunity Assessment Plan designed | New data collected & analyzed | Findings reportedCommunity Awareness PR media plan developed | Articles, PSAs & social media developedPartnership and Collaboration Networking meetings held & systems created | MOUs developedCommunity Leadership Trainings offered | Leadership recruited for new/expanded projectsProgram Development, Delivery & EvaluationProgram Development & Delivery New programs piloted | Existing program expanded | AssessmentsOutreach Plan developed targeting beneficiaries | Communication tools madeMaterials Development Training manuals created | Staff trained | Materials assessedPerformance Measurement Systems piloted | Logic model established | Staff trained Corporation for National & Community Service, Draft Capacity Building Achievement Measures, May 2011
  • Capacity Building Teams• Volunteer management• Fundraising• Social media• Tech team (websites, database)• Issue forum• Networking —> campaign• CBR intern
  • Breakout Brainstorm• Example Community Partners (starting points)• Position Description• Training Needed• Resources Needed ($, people, etc.)
  • Report Back• Feedback on Strategy• Implementation Ideas• Challenges• Opportunities
  • Bonner BusinessNew SchoolsUpdates: • High Impact update • AmeriCorps update • PolicyOptions update • Summer FellowsBonner ScholarshipDirectors Advisory Council
  • Campus Infrastructure: Effort & Reach• Session Introduction• Management Assessment Activity• Reporting Back
  • Observations from High Impact Initiative• Campus centers have a lot on their plate• One-day campus-wide events take considerable time• “Deep” partnership strategies can be primary goals, but secondary priorities
  • Effort + ReachPrograms Effort Reach 3 2 5 1 3 4 Range is 1(low) - 3 (high)
  • Covey Matrix URGENT NOT URGENT preparation, crises, deadline- prevention,IMPORTANT driven projects planning, relationship building interruptions, NOT trivia, busy work, popular activities,IMPORTANT irrelevant mail some mail/calls
  • Management Assessment• Think about your current workload — as an individual and as an office/center• What percentage of your time is spent on various program functions?• Now think about strategic plans, priorities, and goals — for both your individual role and for the office/center• What is the relationship between the time you spend and the goals you set? How might you make adjustments?
  • Management AssessmentA. Staffing and Governance Managing Center/Office/Department Managing BWBRS, Federal Work-Study,B. Program Administration AmeriCorps, & other reporting Managing Bonner meetings, training &C. Student Development enrichment activities Managing Bonner Recruitment, Orientation,D. Co-Curricular First Year Trip, Second Year Exchange, Senior Presentations of Learning Holding One-on-One Meetings and otherE. Advising individual student supportF. Community Partnerships Managing community partnershipsG. Curricular Managing faculty training & support Managing collaborations across campus,H. Campus-Wide Service including one-time service projects, other service clubs, awards events
  • Management Assessment2011-12 2012-13% Time Priorities % Time