President's Leadership Academy

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  • 1. President’s Leadership Academy
  • 2. Overview
    • Benefits of PLA involvement
    • Curriculum
    • Timeline
    • Time Commitment
    • Selection Process
    • Q and A
  • 3. Class of 2007 Class of 2008
  • 4. Why be involved in the PLA?
    • Learn more about Morehead State University
    • Learn more about theories and styles of leadership
    • Learn more about federal, state and local issues of higher education
    • Learn more about planning, budgeting and assessment
  • 5. Curriculum
    • Orientation
      • Hosted by the President
      • Held in spring following announcement of PLA class
    • Readings
      • Begins in the summer
      • Small discussion groups meet to discuss readings
      • Books include: Good to Great by Jim Collins; The World Is Flat by Thomas Friedman; Leadership in Place by Jon F. Wergin; and The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick M. Lencioni
  • 6. Curriculum
    • Interaction
      • Blackboard site for materials, calendars, etc.
    • Seminar Sessions
      • Internal and external leaders on topics
      • Frankfort Visits
      • Case Study
      • Meyers-Briggs test
      • Impact of Technology
      • Many more…
  • 7. Curriculum
    • Training Sessions
      • Mini sessions conducted by campus departments
      • Self select from two to three choices
    • Internship
      • Gain a more global understanding of the University while making connections
      • Internships are offered in campus departments and through an external educational organization
      • Takes place during the spring semester
      • Internship = 45 hours in assigned area + 15 hours attending meetings and/or events in areas not previously experienced
  • 8. Curriculum
    • Meet with the Dr. Andrews
    • Field Trip
      • Trip to another university
      • Members meet with their counterparts
  • 9. Timeline
    • Spring Semester
      • Interviews, selection, and notifications
      • Orientation – Kick Off
    • Summer
      • Readings and Discussion Groups
    • August
      • Visit to Frankfort
    • Fall Semester
      • Readings, Seminar Sessions, Training Sessions
  • 10. Timeline
    • Spring Semester
      • Internship
      • Readings, Seminar Sessions, Training Sessions continue
      • Field Trip
      • Graduation
    • Sessions are scheduled around participants schedules
  • 11. What time commitment is expected?
    • Readings
    • Two day seminar session in August
    • Half day curriculum modules each month.
    • Field visits – 2 to 3 night trip
    • Internship – Total of 60 hours
    • TIP: Talk to a PLA member.
  • 12. Selection Process
    • Application
      • Application available at www.moreheadstate.edu/pla
      • Section I completed by Nominator
      • Section II completed by nominee’s immediate supervisor and Dean/Vice President
      • Section III and Section IV completed by nominee
      • Nominee completes the all nomination materials to the Office of the President by January 31, 2008
  • 13. Selection Process
    • Application – Tips
      • Complete all sections of the application
      • Keep profile sections brief and to the point
  • 14. Selection Process
    • Interview
      • Notified by email if selected for interview
      • Respond to email with interview time/date choices
      • Nominees are randomly assigned to interview committees
      • Interview committee consists of external leaders from the community
      • Interviews will be held in February
      • Interview committee ranks nominees
      • Rankings are reviewed by the President and Steering Committee for final selections
  • 15. Selection Process
    • Selection
      • Interview committee ranks nominees
      • Rankings are reviewed by the President and Steering Committee for final selections
      • 10 – 20 members are selected for each class