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Lessons learnedfor bsi


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Lessons learnedfor bsi

  1. 1. Rose ASera<br />BSI Leadership Institute <br />June, 2010 <br />I never think it’s my problem alone: the power of networks<br />
  2. 2. Lessons Learned from SPECC <br />Action research design: strengths and limitations<br />Flexibility: make space for learning and change <br />The balance between guidelines and creativity <br />Fostering community <br />
  3. 3. Why a network? <br />The power of community : <br />The problems we are addressing are bigger than any one person <br />In isolation (classroom/office/campus) you can’t see the dimensions or magnitude of the problem <br />You understand more about your context by seeing other contexts <br />
  4. 4. Faculty leaders: a network on campus and beyond <br />Building relationships and trust <br />Learning from experiences <br />Connecting the big picture and fine-grained details<br />Knowing incentives to engage participation <br />Identifying and mentoring potential leaders<br />
  5. 5. Mapping your network <br />Who (think organizations and individuals) on your campus -- <br />Has relevant knowledge or skills? <br />Needs to be actively involved ? <br />Needs to be aware of what is happening? <br />Could stop it? <br />Could be helpful?<br />What already exists that you could build on or extend? <br />Where are dragons? Gaps? <br />
  6. 6. Network beyond campus<br />Who in the state can help you? Who in this room can help you? <br />What questions would you ask? What stories would help you? <br />How would you find individuals you don’t (yet) know who could be a resource? <br />
  7. 7. Last thoughts <br />How do you nurture a network? <br />