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Nciia Gus

  1. 1. Institute for Academic and Experiential Leadership NCIIA Enterprise Systems Center Lehigh University March 19, 2009
  2. 2. Integrated Learning Experience Leadership Innovation
  3. 3. Developing Leadership Habits Experience Knowledge Skill Understanding Change in Behavior
  4. 4. Elements of Proposed Institute for Academic & Experiential Leadership Academic Offerings  Leadership Engineering Minor  Leadership Development Capstone Course  Experiential Component  Industry Projects  Layered Mentoring  Non-Academic Linkages  National Leadership Society  Dean of Students- Office of Student Leadership Development  Industry-Led “Residency” program  Technical Support  Collaboratory  Agility 2.0: Business applications of social computing  technologies
  5. 5. Leadership Minor Objectives Knowledge of self and others (understanding your customer)  Teamwork  Leading change – sponsoring/participating in change  Mentoring/coaching  Verbal and written communication skills  Breakthrough thinking  Ethics/morals  Diversity/globalization  Core values  Dealing with ambiguity  Use of case study method  Use of technology 
  6. 6. Leadership Minor Curriculum Leadership Development  Leadership Project  Engineering Economy and Decision  Analysis Organizational Planning and Control  Ethics elective 
  7. 7. Leadership Development Capstone Body of knowledge  Guest leaders  Company project  Personal strategic plan 
  8. 8. Elements of Proposed Institute for Academic & Experiential Leadership Academic Offerings  Leadership Engineering Minor  Leadership Development Capstone Course  Experiential Component  Industry Projects  Layered Mentoring  Non-Academic Linkages  National Leadership Society  Dean of Students- Office of Student Leadership Development  Industry-Led “Residency” program  Technical Support  Collaboratory  Agility 2.0 (Business applications of social computing  technologies)
  9. 9. Project Work & Mentoring Innovative Evaluative Applicative Inferential Learning Literal Progression “Attitudes are Caught and not Taught”
  10. 10. Layered Mentoring Undergraduate Student Faculty Oversight Graduate Student Experienced Consultant Industry Manager Alumni Faculty
  11. 11. Value to Company Extra Pair of Hands Training & Education Special Skills & Expertise Three-legged Stool
  12. 12. Elements of Proposed Institute for Academic & Experiential Leadership Academic Offerings  Leadership Engineering Minor  Leadership Development Capstone Course  Experiential Component  Industry Projects  Layered Mentoring  Non-Academic Linkages  National Leadership Society  Dean of Students- Office of Student Leadership Development  Industry-Led “Residency” program  Technical Support  Collaboratory  Agility 2.0 (Business applications of social computing  technologies)
  13. 13. National Leadership Society All three colleges  All years  Specific requirements for membership  Student led  Sponsors leadership/innovation  initiatives
  14. 14. Dean of Students, Office of Student Leadership Partnership P.E.E.R. Leadership Training Tools: DiSC Personal Profile System© VIA Signature Strengths Survey© Who Moved My Cheese? Interview Project Leadership Style and Skill Assessments: Beyond the Valley of Kings - Team Adventure® Campbell Leadership Discriptor® DISC Personal Profile System® Earthquake Leadership Practices Inventory® Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Personal Style Inventory® STARPOWER Simulation StylePlay® Tall Ships: Building Effective Teams® quot;Whole Brain Approach to Leadership Stylesquot;®
  15. 15. Industry-Led “Residency” Venture Capitalist partner  Immersion in process: real-time  Working with actual start-ups  Extra-curricular 
  16. 16. Elements of Proposed Institute for Academic & Experiential Leadership Academic Offerings  Leadership Engineering Minor  Leadership Development Capstone Course  Experiential Component  Industry Projects  Layered Mentoring  Non-Academic Linkages  National Leadership Society  Dean of Students- Office of Student Leadership Development  Industry-Led “Residency” program  Technical Support  Collaboratory  Agility 2.0 (Business applications of social computing  technologies)
  17. 17. Callaboratory Technology-enabled
  18. 18. Participation & Testimonials “I got a better grasp on how to Society: ~ 300 students  work both as part of a team, and as a leader. Industry Projects: ~ 200 students  Senior, Ind. Eng. “Students must differentiate themselves along the “I have learned how to apply lines of leadership skills, interpersonal skills, broad classroom knowledge to real world (global) experiences and teambuilding skills. problems. Now I have an insight Leadership is the single biggest differentiator and is into how the business world works. uniquely taught in the Leadership Institute. Senior, Ind. Eng./Economics Corporate CEO, Global producer of industrial gas and chemicals. “I learned not only design for manufacturing and complex finite element analysis but also project management skills “I have learned supply chain management and through directing other students in a real streamlining of production and manufacturing life engineering project.” process. I have also improved my presentation, time Graduate Student, Mech. Eng. management, and leadership skills.” Graduate, Ind. Eng.
  19. 19. Elements of Proposed Institute for Academic & Experiential Leadership Academic Offerings  Experiential Component  Non-Academic Linkages  Technical Support 
  20. 20. Thank you

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