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TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
The Nature of
Group Leadership
Phase One: A Case for Good Company
Week 2:
Good Company
ARRIVAL NOTES
● Welcome!
● Sit in groups of 4-5.
Mix it up!
● Set up your name
placard.
● Respond to this
week’s reflection
prompt.
TODAY’S AGENDA
● Reflections from the
SOUL journey.
● SOUL names.
● Week 2 lecture.
● SOUL reintroductions.
● SOUL scenario #2
● Wrap-up / SOUL creed.
REFLECTIONS FROM THE
SOUL JOURNEY
● Rate your week.
● Explain your rating for the
week. How are you?
● React to this week’s reading.
How did you approach the
reading?
● What are your top two
takeaways from this week’s
reading?
Remembering SOUL Names
Activity Led By SAMs
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2: Good Company
Where will I use this week’s material?
● Small groups.
● Talking with students and families.
● Strength and conditioning process.
● Asking for help.
● Storytelling.
● Creating strong team connections.
As a SOUL:
● Workplace connections with peers
and supervisors.
● Asking for help.
● Understanding others.
● Close relationships.
In life:
Week 2 Lecture
Synthesis and Takeaways
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways
● Questions about the EDL 290F syllabus and SOUL Handbook should be
sent to Liz and Andrea or discussed after class. Both documents are fair
game for the first checkpoint after week 3.
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways
● Questions about the EDL 290F syllabus and SOUL Handbook should be
sent to Liz and Andrea or discussed after class. Both documents are fair
game for the first checkpoint after week 3.
● What stood out to you about this week’s learning materials?
○ Shout them out!
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Emotionally Intelligent Leadership - 10 Leadership Truths
(Brown, 2010, p.50)
● Leadership is art and
science.
● Leadership is available to all. ● Leadership is more than the
leader.
● Leadership can be learned
and developed.
● Leadership does not require
a title or position.
● Leadership involves
bringing about positive
change.
● Leadership is an
interpersonal activity.
● No theory is the best theory. ● Leadership can be stressful,
difficult, and even
dangerous.
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Emotionally Intelligent Leadership - 10 Leadership Truths
(Brown, 2010, p.50)
● Leadership is art and
science.
● Leadership is available to all. ● Leadership is more than the
leader.
● Leadership can be learned
and developed.
● Leadership does not require
a title or position.
● Leadership involves
bringing about positive
change.
● Leadership is an
interpersonal activity.
● No theory is the best theory. ● Leadership can be stressful,
difficult, and even
dangerous.
● Leadership requires inner work.
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company
“Successful journeys, even short ones,
require good company.”
(Baxter Magolda, 2002)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company
“Successful journeys, even short ones,
require good company.”
(Baxter Magolda, 2002)
What is good company?
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company
(Baxter Magolda, 2002)
What is good company?
mutual partnership
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company
(Baxter Magolda, 2002)
What is good company?
mutual partnership
knowledge is complex and
socially constructed
self is central to knowledge
construction
authority and expertise are
shared in the mutual
construction of knowledge
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company
(Baxter Magolda, 2002)
What is good company?
mutual partnership
knowledge is complex and
socially constructed
self is central to knowledge
construction
authority and expertise are
shared in the mutual
construction of knowledge
Validate
learners
capacity
to know
Situate
learning in
learners’
experience
mutually
constructing
meaning
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company
(Baxter Magolda, 2002)
Who is good company to you?
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Learning Partnerships
(Baxter Magolda, 2002)
Back of Bike
● Supervisors
● SAMs
● Professors
● Parents/Family
● Mentors
● Workplace
Wellness Coach
Front of Bike
YOU
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Learning Partnerships
(Baxter Magolda, 2002)
Back of Bike
SOULs
Front of Bike
First-Year
Students
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Learning Partnerships
(Baxter Magolda, 2002)
Back of Bike
SOULs
Front of Bike
First-Year
Students
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Growth vs. Fixed Mindset
In order for learning partnerships to
work well, we must understand
growth mindsets.
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: Growth vs. Fixed MIndset
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection
● Embracing imperfection allows us to be the best version of
ourselves.
(Brown, 2010)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection
● Embracing imperfection allows us to be the best version of
ourselves.
● “Shame hates it when we reach out and tell our story.” (p. 11)
(Brown, 2010)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection
● Embracing imperfection allows us to be the best version of
ourselves.
● “Shame hates it when we reach out and tell our story.” (p. 11)
● “When we’re looking for compassion, it’s about connecting with the
right person, at the right time, about the right issue.” (p. 13)
(Brown, 2010)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection
● Embracing imperfection allows us to be the best version of
ourselves.
● “Shame hates it when we reach out and tell our story.” (p. 11)
● “When we’re looking for compassion, it’s about connecting with the
right person, at the right time, about the right issue.” (p. 13)
○ How does this idea connect to the idea of good company?
(Brown, 2010)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection
“Authenticity is the daily practice of letting
go of who we think we’re supposed to be
and embracing who we are.”
(Brown, 2010, p. 50)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Week 2 Learning Materials
Synthesis and Takeaways: How Does Vulnerability Feel?
(Brown, 2010, p.50)
● Taking off the mask and
hoping the real me isn’t too
disappointing.
● So awkward and scary, but it
makes you feel human and
alive.
● Halfway across a tightrope,
moving forward and going
back are both just as scary.
● Not sucking it in anymore. ● Going out on a (very, very
high) limb.
● Letting go of control.
● It’s where courage and fear
meet.
● Being all in. ● Like free falling.
● Sweaty palms and a racing
heart
● It feels like fear, every single
time.
● A lump in your thought and
a knot in your chest.
● Scary and exciting; terrifying
and hopeful.
● Infinitely terrifying, and
achingly necessary.
● Freedom and liberation.
SOUL Reintroductions
Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do
In order to be good
company for one
another, we must be able
to let people see who
we are instead of what
we do.
In order to let people
see who we are, we
must practice
vulnerability and
imperfection. In order to guide
first-year students, we
must lead with who we
are, invite vulnerability,
and be good company.
SOUL Reintroductions
Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do
Busywork
SOUL Reintroductions
Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do
Busywork
SOUL Reintroductions
Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do
Busywork
● Inviting good company.
● Practicing vulnerability.
● Storytelling.
● Public speaking.
● Concisely sharing
information in a time
limit.
SOUL Reintroductions
Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do
Busywork
● Inviting good company.
● Practicing vulnerability.
● Storytelling.
● Public speaking.
● Concisely sharing
information in a time
limit.
● Lead with who you are
instead of what you do.
● 90 seconds, timed -
you may not go over.
● Present your top 3.
● Write notes for
mailboxes while
listening.
SOUL Scenario #2
SHOULD JOE EVEN BE HERE?
Joe just attended the first EDL 290F class for SOULs. He was motivated to become a SOUL because he
really connected with his SOUL last summer at orientation, plus the summer pay is pretty good.
During class, Joe noticed how accomplished and poised the other SOULs seemed. They all seem to know
each other and know what’s going on. SOUL is Joe’s first leadership experience, and he hasn’t been
involved with any clubs or organizations on campus. Should he even be here? Joe thinks about how he feels
out of place.
The EDL 290F instructor, Liz, has assigned reading about good company, authenticity, vulnerability, and
imperfection. It sounds more like a self-help class than a leadership class or SOUL training. Plus, it’s a lot of
work! Joe shakes his head to himself and wonders what he got himself into.
Using what you know from experience and the learning materials, what advice would you give Joe?
SOUL Check-Ins
Consultations with the Leadership Team
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
The Nature of
Group Leadership
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR NEXT WEEK
Week 2:
Good Company
NOTES
● Study groups for extra credit.
● You will need to complete employment
paperwork this week. Look for the links
on Canvas.
● Reminder: you need to read before your
strength and conditioning feedback
meeting.
● Deep dive videos. Scenario responses.
DUE NEXT WEEK
● Reading (56 pages).
● Cycler thoughts #1.
● Attend your SOUL strength and
conditioning meeting.
● Prepare for Checkpoint #1 (available after
next week’s class).
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.

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EDL 290F Week 2 - Good Company (2024).pdf

  • 1. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. The Nature of Group Leadership Phase One: A Case for Good Company Week 2: Good Company ARRIVAL NOTES ● Welcome! ● Sit in groups of 4-5. Mix it up! ● Set up your name placard. ● Respond to this week’s reflection prompt. TODAY’S AGENDA ● Reflections from the SOUL journey. ● SOUL names. ● Week 2 lecture. ● SOUL reintroductions. ● SOUL scenario #2 ● Wrap-up / SOUL creed. REFLECTIONS FROM THE SOUL JOURNEY ● Rate your week. ● Explain your rating for the week. How are you? ● React to this week’s reading. How did you approach the reading? ● What are your top two takeaways from this week’s reading?
  • 3.
  • 4. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2: Good Company Where will I use this week’s material? ● Small groups. ● Talking with students and families. ● Strength and conditioning process. ● Asking for help. ● Storytelling. ● Creating strong team connections. As a SOUL: ● Workplace connections with peers and supervisors. ● Asking for help. ● Understanding others. ● Close relationships. In life:
  • 5. Week 2 Lecture Synthesis and Takeaways
  • 6. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways ● Questions about the EDL 290F syllabus and SOUL Handbook should be sent to Liz and Andrea or discussed after class. Both documents are fair game for the first checkpoint after week 3.
  • 7. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways ● Questions about the EDL 290F syllabus and SOUL Handbook should be sent to Liz and Andrea or discussed after class. Both documents are fair game for the first checkpoint after week 3. ● What stood out to you about this week’s learning materials? ○ Shout them out!
  • 8. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Emotionally Intelligent Leadership - 10 Leadership Truths (Brown, 2010, p.50) ● Leadership is art and science. ● Leadership is available to all. ● Leadership is more than the leader. ● Leadership can be learned and developed. ● Leadership does not require a title or position. ● Leadership involves bringing about positive change. ● Leadership is an interpersonal activity. ● No theory is the best theory. ● Leadership can be stressful, difficult, and even dangerous.
  • 9. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Emotionally Intelligent Leadership - 10 Leadership Truths (Brown, 2010, p.50) ● Leadership is art and science. ● Leadership is available to all. ● Leadership is more than the leader. ● Leadership can be learned and developed. ● Leadership does not require a title or position. ● Leadership involves bringing about positive change. ● Leadership is an interpersonal activity. ● No theory is the best theory. ● Leadership can be stressful, difficult, and even dangerous. ● Leadership requires inner work.
  • 10. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company “Successful journeys, even short ones, require good company.” (Baxter Magolda, 2002)
  • 11. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company “Successful journeys, even short ones, require good company.” (Baxter Magolda, 2002) What is good company?
  • 12. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company (Baxter Magolda, 2002) What is good company? mutual partnership
  • 13. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company (Baxter Magolda, 2002) What is good company? mutual partnership knowledge is complex and socially constructed self is central to knowledge construction authority and expertise are shared in the mutual construction of knowledge
  • 14. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company (Baxter Magolda, 2002) What is good company? mutual partnership knowledge is complex and socially constructed self is central to knowledge construction authority and expertise are shared in the mutual construction of knowledge Validate learners capacity to know Situate learning in learners’ experience mutually constructing meaning
  • 15. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Good Company (Baxter Magolda, 2002) Who is good company to you?
  • 16. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Learning Partnerships (Baxter Magolda, 2002) Back of Bike ● Supervisors ● SAMs ● Professors ● Parents/Family ● Mentors ● Workplace Wellness Coach Front of Bike YOU
  • 17. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Learning Partnerships (Baxter Magolda, 2002) Back of Bike SOULs Front of Bike First-Year Students
  • 18. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Learning Partnerships (Baxter Magolda, 2002) Back of Bike SOULs Front of Bike First-Year Students
  • 19. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Growth vs. Fixed Mindset In order for learning partnerships to work well, we must understand growth mindsets.
  • 20. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: Growth vs. Fixed MIndset
  • 21. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection ● Embracing imperfection allows us to be the best version of ourselves. (Brown, 2010)
  • 22. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection ● Embracing imperfection allows us to be the best version of ourselves. ● “Shame hates it when we reach out and tell our story.” (p. 11) (Brown, 2010)
  • 23. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection ● Embracing imperfection allows us to be the best version of ourselves. ● “Shame hates it when we reach out and tell our story.” (p. 11) ● “When we’re looking for compassion, it’s about connecting with the right person, at the right time, about the right issue.” (p. 13) (Brown, 2010)
  • 24. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection ● Embracing imperfection allows us to be the best version of ourselves. ● “Shame hates it when we reach out and tell our story.” (p. 11) ● “When we’re looking for compassion, it’s about connecting with the right person, at the right time, about the right issue.” (p. 13) ○ How does this idea connect to the idea of good company? (Brown, 2010)
  • 25. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: The Gifts of Imperfection “Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we’re supposed to be and embracing who we are.” (Brown, 2010, p. 50)
  • 26. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Week 2 Learning Materials Synthesis and Takeaways: How Does Vulnerability Feel? (Brown, 2010, p.50) ● Taking off the mask and hoping the real me isn’t too disappointing. ● So awkward and scary, but it makes you feel human and alive. ● Halfway across a tightrope, moving forward and going back are both just as scary. ● Not sucking it in anymore. ● Going out on a (very, very high) limb. ● Letting go of control. ● It’s where courage and fear meet. ● Being all in. ● Like free falling. ● Sweaty palms and a racing heart ● It feels like fear, every single time. ● A lump in your thought and a knot in your chest. ● Scary and exciting; terrifying and hopeful. ● Infinitely terrifying, and achingly necessary. ● Freedom and liberation.
  • 27. SOUL Reintroductions Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do
  • 28. In order to be good company for one another, we must be able to let people see who we are instead of what we do. In order to let people see who we are, we must practice vulnerability and imperfection. In order to guide first-year students, we must lead with who we are, invite vulnerability, and be good company.
  • 29. SOUL Reintroductions Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do Busywork
  • 30. SOUL Reintroductions Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do Busywork
  • 31. SOUL Reintroductions Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do Busywork ● Inviting good company. ● Practicing vulnerability. ● Storytelling. ● Public speaking. ● Concisely sharing information in a time limit.
  • 32. SOUL Reintroductions Leading With Who We Are Instead of What We Do Busywork ● Inviting good company. ● Practicing vulnerability. ● Storytelling. ● Public speaking. ● Concisely sharing information in a time limit. ● Lead with who you are instead of what you do. ● 90 seconds, timed - you may not go over. ● Present your top 3. ● Write notes for mailboxes while listening.
  • 33. SOUL Scenario #2 SHOULD JOE EVEN BE HERE? Joe just attended the first EDL 290F class for SOULs. He was motivated to become a SOUL because he really connected with his SOUL last summer at orientation, plus the summer pay is pretty good. During class, Joe noticed how accomplished and poised the other SOULs seemed. They all seem to know each other and know what’s going on. SOUL is Joe’s first leadership experience, and he hasn’t been involved with any clubs or organizations on campus. Should he even be here? Joe thinks about how he feels out of place. The EDL 290F instructor, Liz, has assigned reading about good company, authenticity, vulnerability, and imperfection. It sounds more like a self-help class than a leadership class or SOUL training. Plus, it’s a lot of work! Joe shakes his head to himself and wonders what he got himself into. Using what you know from experience and the learning materials, what advice would you give Joe?
  • 34. SOUL Check-Ins Consultations with the Leadership Team
  • 35. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. The Nature of Group Leadership ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR NEXT WEEK Week 2: Good Company NOTES ● Study groups for extra credit. ● You will need to complete employment paperwork this week. Look for the links on Canvas. ● Reminder: you need to read before your strength and conditioning feedback meeting. ● Deep dive videos. Scenario responses. DUE NEXT WEEK ● Reading (56 pages). ● Cycler thoughts #1. ● Attend your SOUL strength and conditioning meeting. ● Prepare for Checkpoint #1 (available after next week’s class).
  • 36. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.