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2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
2014 Gulf South Summit Conference Work on Purpose
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  • 1. 2014 Gulf South Summit Conference  Creating Purpose Catalysts: Connecting Dispositions, Intentions                       and Learning Outcomes Auburn University Auburn, Alabama  Peter H. Hackbert, Cheyanna R. Johnson, Richard C. Cohran Berea College Entrepreneurship for the Public Good Program March 27, 2014 2:15 – 3:30 pm
  • 2. Please obtain a name tag Instruction: Please fill out a nametag, writing one  thing ‐ “A Value – A Cause” that you have a heart for. 
  • 3. Agenda Problem/Need What this Workshop Can Do For You Suggested pre‐reading Two Workshops Version Work on Purpose Curriculum Development Why I Have Adopted the Model What is Work? What is Purpose? Examples and Explanations of WoP Exercises
  • 4. H + H = H Biggest Failure Lifeline Discovery Three Big Questions Uncle Ralph The 10 Year Reunion Examples and Explanations of Exercises
  • 5. Intercultural Skills / Humanitarianism  71% of employers want teamwork in diverse groups 67 % of employers want more emphasis on intercultural  knowledge 79% of AAC&U member institutions name intercultural skills as  learning objectives Source: Employer statistics are taken from Raising the Bar: Employers’ Views on College Learning in the Wake of the  Economic Downturn, a survey of employers conducted for AAC&U by Hart Research Associates and published in 2010. Civic Engagement and Service Learning Skills 
  • 6. Ethical Reasoning 75% of employers want more emphasis on ethical decision‐ making 75% of AAC&U member institutions name ethical reasoning as  learning objectives AAC&U identified ethical reasoning as one of four member  institutions’ learning outcomes in the “Personal and Social  Responsibility” category Source: Learning outcomes for all students were identified in the data gathered by AAC&U’s 2009 LEAP survey,  Learning and Assessment: Trends in Undergraduate Education—A Survey Among Members of the AAC&U and Hart  Research Associates. Civic Engagement and Service Learning Skills 
  • 7. Civic Engagement  52% of employers want colleges to place more emphasis on civic engagement,  community participation and engagement. 68% of AAC&U member institutions name civic engagement as a learning objective  for all students.  NASPA and ACPA both recommend civic engagement as a key learning  outcome.  AAC&Uidentified civic engagement as one of the member institutions’ four  learning outcomes for all students under the category “Personal and Social  Responsibility.” Source :Identified by the NASPA and ACPA 2004 report Learning Reconsidered: A Campus‐Wide Focus on the Student  Experience. From Raising the Bar: Employers’ Views on College Learning in the Wake of the Economic Downturn.. Civic Engagement and Service Learning Skills 
  • 8. • Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Competence  NASPA and ACPA recommend interpersonal and  intrapersonal competence as a key learning outcome. This includes  realistic self‐appraisal and self‐understanding and personal  attributes such as identity, self‐esteem, self‐awareness, and  confidence. Source: One of AAC&U member institutions’ four learning outcomes for all students, which were identified in the data  gathered by AAC&U’s 2009 LEAP survey, Learning and Assessment: Trends in Undergraduate Education—A Survey  Among Members of the AAC&U and Hart Research Associates. Civic Engagement and Service Learning Skills 
  • 9. Knowledge Integration and Application  NASPA and ACPA recommend knowledge acquisition,  integration, and application as key learning outcomes. This  includes connecting knowledge to other knowledge (integration);  relating knowledge to daily life (application); and pursuing lifelong  learning and career decidedness. Source: One of AAC&U member institutions’ four learning outcomes for all students, which were identified in the data  gathered by AAC&U’s 2009 LEAP survey, Learning and Assessment: Trends in Undergraduate Education—A Survey  Among Members of the AAC&U and Hart Research Associates. Civic Engagement and Service Learning Skills 
  • 10. 1. Intercultural Skills / Humanitarianism 2. Ethical Reasoning 3. Civic Engagement 4. Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Competence 5. Knowledge Integration and Application  Source: Employer statistics are taken from Raising the Bar: Employers’ Views on College Learning in the Wake of the  Economic Downturn, a survey of employers conducted for AAC&U by Hart Research Associates and published in 2010. Learning outcomes for all students were identified in the data gathered by AAC&U’s 2009 LEAP survey, Learning and  Assessment: Trends in Undergraduate Education—A Survey Among Members of the AAC&U and Hart Research  Associates. Also identified by the NASPA and ACPA 2004 report Learning Reconsidered: A Campus‐Wide Focus on the  Student Experience. One of AAC&U member institutions’ four learning outcomes for all students, which were  identified in the data gathered by AAC&U’s 2009 LEAP survey, Learning and Assessment: Trends in Undergraduate  Education—A Survey Among Members of the AAC&U and Hart Research Associates. Civic Engagement and Service Learning Skills 
  • 11. What Can Work on Purpose Do For You ?  …exists to inspire and equip  people to create purposeful  and socially impactful lives
  • 12. Suggested Pre‐reading, Chapter 3
  • 13. Nametag Pre‐Activity  5  5  Activity Part 1  15  15  Story  10  10  Activity Part 2  10  8  Small Group Share  35 — Large Group Discussion  5  5  Closing  10  7 Full Version         Short Version        EPG  Work on Purpose Workshop Versions 
  • 14. Work on Purpose Stories Development 
  • 15. EPG Model for the Transitioning Appalachian Economies  Collaborative  Partnerships Strategies Promising Economic  Sectors  Indicators of Success Long Term  Objectives Trust and Relationships Across Partners and Sectors Common Values, Ethics, Vision and Analysis Increased Capital  Rise in New Businesses Access to Small  Expansion of Existing  Businesses Businesses Education for Growth of New Ventures Entrepreneurs Expand Digital Knowledge Market Access Raise Living Wage Job Increase in Youth ProgramsAdvance Justice More Public & Private  System & Policies Investments & Support for  Transition Strategies Strengthen  Engaged Communities Community Effective Local Leaders Capacity High Performing Firms  Social Enterprises            Non‐Profits        Private                  Public  Renewable Energy and  Energy Efficiency Local Food Systems  Health  Digital Technologies Arts, Culture and Tourism  Source: Modified from the Appalachian Funders Network Working Framework Model, 2014   A Thriving  and  Sustainable  Eastern  Kentucky  Economy 
  • 16. Berea College Entrepreneurship for the Public Good Program Entrepreneurial Leaders  currently in the Echoing Green Facilitators “certification program”  
  • 17. HEART
  • 18. HEAD
  • 19. HUSTLE
  • 20. What Do We Mean By Work? …work as something much larger than  a job – it’s not just the 9 to 5. It is the  intersection of how your self‐identity  and how you spend your time. 
  • 21. What Do We Mean by Purpose?  Purpose is a stable and generalized intention  to accomplish something that is at the same  time meaningful to the self and  consequential for the world beyond the self. 
  • 22. Distribute the cardstock  with the Echoing Green  Principles. 
  • 23. Work on Purpose  Heart + Head = Hustle
  • 24. Work on Purpose  Heart + Head = Hustle
  • 25. Work on Purpose  Heart + Head = Hustle
  • 26. Storyteller share 
  • 27. Clarifying question  and answers 
  • 28. Response from  group members 
  • 29. Other Exercises 
  • 30. Biggest Failure
  • 31. Lifeline Discovery Low Points High Points Excitement / Enjoyment Learning to  ride a bike Falling in  the mud  after my  first ride  w/o  training  wheels Forgetting mom's  signature on the   detention slip Failing my OAT’s Losing the Spelling Bee  on rhythm Got my license Wrecked my car Made Varsity Accepted to college Hit 1st Home Run Grandmother passed  away My 1st detention Being the 1st to pass  the times tables test Learning to  whistle Reading to my  Grandma for the  first time Graduated Top 10% Had a poem  & short  story  published  Made Little Caesar's manager Made Dean’s List Walked on BC Softball teamGot  Little  Caesar's job Being the 1st to pass the  states/capital test 11. Won 1st Place  Science Fair  Winning softball  season & voted MVP  Getting speeding ticket Didn’t Make  Dean’s List 2nd semester
  • 32. Lifeline Discovery Low Points High Points Excitement / Enjoyment Instructions: 1) Plot the highs and lows: 2) Describe the  event; 3) Recognize the interests; 4) Recognize the patterns;  5) Distinguish mentors and coaches traits; 6) Spot the  transitions and key decisions regarding change. 
  • 33. The Four Big  Questions 
  • 34. Uncle Ralph
  • 35. 10 Year Reunion
  • 36. 10 Year Reunion
  • 37. Summary  Problem/Need What this Workshop Can Do For You Suggested pre‐reading Two Workshops Version Work on Purpose Curriculum Development Why I Have Adopted the Model What is Work? What is Purpose? Examples and Explanations of WoP Exercises
  • 38. H + H = H Biggest Failure Lifeline Discovery Three Big Questions Uncle Ralph The 10 Year Reunion Examples and Explanations of Exercises
  • 39. Closing 

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