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Leader Development at UP Spring 2015

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Leader Development at UP Spring 2015

  1. 1. Leader Development at University of Portland 1 Franz Center for Leadership, Entrepreneurship & Innovation Spring 2015 4/12/2015
  2. 2. The University of Portland Framework / Model Head / Instruction / Know (cognitive / knowledge) Heart / Reflection / Value (affective / attitudes) Hands / Practice / Demonstrate (psychomotor / skills) Blessed Basil Moreau’s Big Idea Forming the whole person (The art of bringing young people to completion.) Raise to new life (Education raises people up to new life.) Congregation of Holy Cross Values Minds and Hearts (cultivate) Zeal (spare no expense or sacrifice) Communities (in the context of family/ familial) Hope (how we deal with set-back and suffering) Blessed Basil Moreau’s Big Idea: Education is a work of resurrection. It is more than education it is transformation. 2 Charisms (The components of Holy Cross Spirituality) Providence, Zeal, Cross, Fidelity, Compassion, Community, Family, Interdependence, Formation, Church, Hospitality, and Hope Our Foundation 4/12/2015
  3. 3. Our Purpose “The University of Portland develops ethical leaders.” 34/12/2015
  4. 4. Our Definition “Leadership is the intentional process of inviting others to join together in addressing vital needs and goals within our relationships and communities.” Subcommittee for Leadership 44/12/2015
  5. 5. Our Vision “Develop leaders that embody core values that model, motivate, and engage others to make right and just choices for the common good.” Subcommittee for Leadership 54/12/2015
  6. 6. Practice Reflection Instruction Head Hands Heart An intentional process of instruction, practice, and reflection in which experimentation and failure are part of the iterative experience to increase students’ confidence to lead through the development of the 7 leader character habits. Our Models Intentional process and iterative experience Discern Decide Act Habit What? Virtue / Vice So What? Now What? The 7 Leader Character Habits Resilient Courageous Reflective Prudent Motivational Empathic Purposefully Engaged Leader Character Habit DevelopmentLeader Development Programs 64/12/2015
  7. 7. Academic Core Goals Goal I: Develop the foundational knowledge and skills necessary for informed inquiry, decision- making and communication. Goal II: Develop the knowledge and skills for acting ethically every day. Goal III: Examine faith, its place in the one’s life, and in the lives of others. Goal IV: Critically examine the ideas and traditions of western civilization. Goal V: Learn to live and contribute in a diverse and interdependent world. Leader Character Habits Resilient Courageous Reflective Prudent Motivational Empathic Purposefully Engaged Leader Competencies Displays drive and purpose Manages change well Demonstrates authenticity and integrity Takes risks and innovates Makes a habit of assessing Increases capacity to learn Integrates lessons learned Sees what needs to be done and takes initiative Sets vision and strategy Solves problems and makes ethical decisions Is a collaborator Is a team-builder Communicates effectively Demonstrates self-regulation and self-awareness Respects others Builds and maintains relationships Demonstrates inclusivity and intercultural effectiveness Utilize personal gifts in the community Our Language The7LeaderCharacterHabitswewantall UPgraduatestopossess 4/12/2015 7
  8. 8. 8 Coach Coach students through their developmental leadership journey (LDR 325) as part of the Leader Certificate Program and the Faith-Based Leader Program. Qualifications for the coach are completion of the Strengths Based Educator and Strengths Based Coaching courses offered by Gallup (SBED 100 and SBED 200) and appropriate leadership experience. Teacher Teach the courses (LDR 225, LDR 425, and LDR 324) that make up the Leader Certificate Program and the Faith-Based Leader Program. Qualifications for the professor of record are a minimum of a Masters degree, and at least one of the following: 1. Scholarly study in leadership 2. Significant professional experience in leadership 3. Published scholarly research in leadership The Franz Center deploys Dexheimer Leadership Fellows in support of Leader Development at UP. Purpose Encourage, develop, and help prepare students for tomorrow. Leadership Fellows 4/12/2015
  9. 9. Our Success Criteria • Recruiters view our graduates as effective leaders. • Measurable impact on student outcomes and the 7 leader character habits and leader competencies. • Our graduates achieve vocational success demonstrated by delivering results with character. 9 We lead with our credentials; Our graduates are our credentials 4/12/2015
  10. 10. What’s In It For You Instruction: You will take leadership courses immersing you in cutting edge leadership theory and research all accessible through a digital leadership library. Practice: You will complete leader experiences that build your leader character habits, competencies and confidence to lead in complex situations, which will place you ahead of your peers as you enter the workforce. Reflection: You will engage in developmental conversations throughout the duration of our programs with a coach that is invested in your development as a leader. 10 Intentional Leader Development Ecosystem for Student Success 4/12/2015
  11. 11. Leader Certificate Program 11 25% Instruction (Head) 25% Reflection (Heart) 50% Practice (Hands) Students take two leadership courses and have access to digital leadership resources. Students complete three real-world leader experiences. Students are coached along their leader development journey. Make Excellence a habit…. An intentional process of instruction, practice, and reflection in which experimentation and failure are part of the iterative experience to increase students’ confidence to lead. An experiential journey focused on preparing the next generation of leaders with the knowledge, tools, and mindset that model, motivate, and engage others to make right and just choices for the common good. 4/12/2015
  12. 12. Faith-Based Leader Program 12 25% Instruction (Head) 25% Reflection (Heart) 50% Practice (Hands) Students take one course and have access to digital leadership resources. Students complete an internship in a Faith- Based or Not-For-Profit with an Executive mentor. Students reflect , pray, and are coached along their leader development journey. Put your faith into action…. An experience for faithful young men and women to discern how God is calling them to a vocation by learning first-hand from organizations that can best put their talents and gifts to use. An intentional process of instruction, practice, and reflection in which experimentation and failure are part of the iterative experience to increase students’ confidence to lead. 4/12/2015

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