Student Development Model

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I have a vision to enhance the student athlete experience using the model that has been successful for minority students studying business. If interested in adding to my model, comment below.

I have a vision to enhance the student athlete experience using the model that has been successful for minority students studying business. If interested in adding to my model, comment below.

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  • 1. LEADERSHIP & DEVELOPMENT MODEL FOR STUDENTS Tayah Butler, MBA
  • 2. OVERVIEW Background  Prototyping an early engagement leadership model for Lundquist College of Business since 2009  Model for leadership & development connects pieces of the student experience for optimal growth in curricular and non- curricular areas.  Built a methodical process to capture value in all areas of student identity: personal, professional, academic and athletic Goal:  Bridge high- performance culture from athletic arena into personal and pre-professional development to enhance women’s athletic experiences. Key Indicators of Success:  Degree completion rates  Student leadership roles  Pre-professional experiences  Alumni engagement  Donor engagement
  • 3. THE CHALLENGE : PackedThanksgiving Baskets as an “O-Hero”… What did I learn about my character and what motivates me? Met former Athletic Alum who has had a successful career… What did I learn about the direction I want to go? Participated in “The Program” with my team- mates… What did I learn about my personal strengths and weaknesses? Led my athletic team as Captain… What skills did I develop that are transferable to my career? HOW DO I PULLTHESE PIECESTOGETHER?
  • 4. PROCESS FOR CONNECTION Discover Experience Redefine Explore Connect Reflect (& Repeat)
  • 5. PROCESS FOR CONNECTION I heard there is such a thing as operations management… I will pursue a degree that trains me to run operations of an organization that I am passionate about… to do that I will… Class? Informational Interview? Project? Event? Reflect on what learned Networking Event + Informational Interview Connect options
  • 6. SOLUTION  Customize a deliverable end-product  Customize workbook for student use  Showcase for networking and launching students for post collegiate futures  Method deliverable in multiple ways -one to one coaching -workshops for teams -seminars  Measurable enhanced value
  • 7. TESTIMONIAL “Tayah’s process was more valuable than any one individual piece of my collegiate experience. Her steps helped me bridge my college years to being a professional.” Nick Fearn, Class of 2012 UOregon Basketball “Tayah is doing something no one else has tried; to pull the pieces of “our story” into one place that I can feel proud of.” Mayan Schexnayder, 2012 UoregonTrack & Field